‘Excellent’: Management Hails Digifarms Africa Staff Performance For 2021; Promises Alluring Innovations In 2022

“For the first time since creation, we opened our doors to interns and student volunteers from around the world. Our Partner engagement program also brought on board four new trading partners unto our operations. We began procuring required for the eventual launch of Digifarms milling this year and more than ever before since the creation of the enterprise, we distributed more than six thousand different commodities using our online purchasing platform.”

These and a lot more are some of the landmark achievements outlined by the management of Cameroonian based Pan-African agri-commodity production and distribution enterprise Digifarms Africa at the Friday December 30th 2021 at the company 2021 end of year evaluation meeting summoned this year virtually.

Addressing stakeholders and management team members at the virtual gathering last week, Company founder and Chief executive, Mr. Che Azenyui described the year just ending as eventful, productive and profitable, He outlined some of the landmark achievements that have animated the year 2021 in the enterprise adding that 2022 will just be another opportunity to record more milestones and achievements both for the enterprise and the African continent as a whole.

“Thanks to the amazing work we are doing here and the lives we touch everyday this year May 2021, I was listed among the top 50 entrepreneurs to connect with in Africa by the Tony Elumelu Foundation, Digifarms Africa was selected as one of the few agribusiness enterprises that received technical, financial and material support from UNDP Cameroon within the framework of its SYIB Program, we expanded our operations into the North West, West, Centre and Littoral regions of Cameroon and still this year, we launched our International Research and Volunteering Program (IRVP0 for students and academicians from around the world. Our database of Digifarms suppliers (Digifarmers) grew from 900 suppliers in 2020 to 2100 suppliers in December 2021 and we successfully listed 12 additional commodities to our product distribution portfolio. The Agribus program through which we seek to provide financial and input support to our farmers and suppliers has also been validated and we will be reaching out to our investment partners for financing and implementation as from January 2022” he said.  

“If anything, then the global economic disruptions triggered by COVID-19 only served as an opportunity for us to prove our resilience, endurance and innovation potential here at Digifarms.  Thanks to our digital innovations and tech platforms most our partners and clients were able to order and monitor the delivery of their packages from our online marketplace accessible at digifarmsafrica.com. We are upgrading the platform as from 2022 to permit our partner companies and organizations to hire the best agricultural expertise from our Digifarms Africa talent pool.

We are on our way to becoming the biggest force to reckon with in Africa’s agribusiness ecosystem. Our partners have always come through for us every time we go knocking and we are even more hopeful about new partners and investors this coming 2022.” He revealed.  

“For 2022, we are prioritizing, agricultural input and equipment manufacturing, our online talent pool will also go operational this to permit persons with skill and expertise to registered and get hired by our partner companies and organizations around the world.

Our Project Management and resource mobilization unit is also being upgraded into a full-fledged department and will as from 2022 focus its activities on seeking investments and mobilizing finances for the execution of our ambitious projects here at Digifarms”

Founded in 2018 with head office in Buea, South West Region of Cameroon, the agro-industrial enterprise currently has representation in six of Cameroon’s ten regions with product distribution network that cover 40 African countries. its principal mission as a Pan-African enterprise is ensuring food self-sufficiency for every African citizen. The enterprise runs both an offline commodity trading market and an online commodity shop accessible from its website at www.digifarmsafrica.com

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