Agri-Impact Consult is a private consultancy firm with a rich experience in agricultural advisory services, and the provision of support to agriculture and agribusiness related fields.
Agri-Impact offers unparalleled agri-business solutions to agricultural challenges in Sub–Saharan Africa. Our areas of expertise include but not limited to; Agricultural Project Development & Agribusiness Management; Value Chain Analysis & Market Assessment; Trade Facilitation & Market Linkages; Development of Export Strategies; Development of Agribusiness Investment Plans and Capacity Building of Professionals and Farmer-based organizations.
Our team comprise Agribusiness, Value Chain, Finance, Food Quality Systems, Development Planning and Organisational Development Experts.Their expertise is drawn from working with various international institutions including USAID, ECOWAS, UNDP, GIZ, Millennium Challenge Corporation, Public Institutions and Private Sector Companies. They have a proven track record of working in agribusiness consultancy services in over 20 African
Countries with a good understanding of the agri-business industry and international markets. The team has also managed agricultural and agribusiness projects in over ten (10) African countries and trained professionals to enhance their productivity and competitiveness.
Agri-Impact has tremendous experience working with the input dealers; farmer based organisations, national and multinational processing firms, supermarkets and documenting African successful inclusive market development models as well as engaging the private sector to deepen investments in the agricultural sector.
The following are our key strengths:
- Strong relationship with chains of supermarkets.
- A wide experience in the agribusiness industry in Sub-Saharan Africa.
- Development of successful lead-farmer models for production and marketing of agricultural produce
- In-depth understanding of agribusiness industry requirements, trends and issues.
- Ability to build public-private partnerships and work with multi-sectoral institutions.
- Strategicl linkages with international organisations.
- Ability to build capacities of smallholders to access export and formal domestic markets.