Rockflower is pleased to announce a partnership with KickStart International to fund a program to empower women farmers through innovative agricultural technology. To realize this goal, Rockflower has committed to help fill KickStart's funding gap of $250,000 for their new program in East Africa.
"Our internal and external studies from highly regarded institutions have proven time and time again that our irrigation tools offer a promising path out of poverty for farmers across the African continent," says Anne Otieno, former Tanzania Country Manager.
Rockflower agrees with KickStart that small-scale irrigation holds the power of transformative change for millions of farmers in Africa, especially women.
Find out more about Rockflower's and KickStart's partnership on the Empower Women Farmers Through Innovation project page.