Team ABRIDGERS

Chitwan, Nepal

  • App / Game / Technology
  • Food Waste / Consumer Issues
  • Asia

Our Team

workspace (our team collecting stuff from farmer and data input)

team interaction with consumer and tracing response

workspace (our collection) / Published October 10, 2014 by Shiva Dhakal

workspace (our collection)

our collection from connected farmer

workspace(planning room) / Published October 10, 2014 by Shiva Dhakal

workspace(planning room)

one of our team member sharing his views

workspace (our team collecting stuff from farmer and data input)

our team plans to abridge multiple middle man and input single digital middle man for which we input data on media

workspace(planning room) / Published October 10, 2014 by Shiva Dhakal

workspace(planning room)

our team members on planning discussion for further action

Our Mission

Our mission is to regulate the marketing channel to subside the interference of middleman, to well-organize the agricultural market value chain where producer/farmer and consumer gets the reasonable price for the agricultural commodity. We will cut off the channels and using Information Communication Technology we will stand as one single professional middle man between producers and consumers.

Our Background

Our group comprise of highly motivated students of agriculture and Information Technology (IT) sector. What we intend to do to feed the nation/world by the year 2050 is to establish a high-tech community-driven agriculture service (CDAS) whose job is to regulate the agricultural activity of a community. Like that of agricultural co-operatives’ its job is to collect the food products from the fields of the farmers, providing the farmers with a reasonable price of the products, and channel it to the consumers through a direct link i.e. home delivery service. Use of SMS service along with android app to subscribe the producer or the consumer would be useful and pragmatic. Once the subscribers are fixed the CDAS sends its own vehicles and provides delivery at home according to the demand from the consumers that we receive into our system. We have enough food to feed the country/world, the problem is with affordability and accessibility. The food is only reached to consumer by passing through many middle mans which is sole reason for consumer not able to afford the daily food. Our concept breaks the channel of marketing and directly supplies the products from farm to the consumer where farmers can increase the farm profitability and consumer can easily afford the food. Moreover it promotes organic and supply the fresh food to the consumer within short time. We will design the system where consumer and farmer can subscribe into our system and as per need we could supply the products. Here ICT acts as a bridge between producer and consumer.

workspace (our team collecting stuff from farmer and data input)

team interaction with consumer and tracing response

workspace (our collection) / Published October 10, 2014 by Shiva Dhakal

workspace (our collection)

our collection from connected farmer

workspace(planning room) / Published October 10, 2014 by Shiva Dhakal

workspace(planning room)

one of our team member sharing his views

workspace (our team collecting stuff from farmer and data input)

our team plans to abridge multiple middle man and input single digital middle man for which we input data on media

workspace(planning room) / Published October 10, 2014 by Shiva Dhakal

workspace(planning room)

our team members on planning discussion for further action

Our Team

Our Mission

Our mission is to regulate the marketing channel to subside the interference of middleman, to well-organize the agricultural market value chain where producer/farmer and consumer gets the reasonable ...Read More

Our Background

Our group comprise of highly motivated students of agriculture and Information Technology (IT) sector. What we intend to do to feed the nation/world by the year 2050 is ...Read More

The information contained here represents student project ideas developed as the result of brainstorming activities during Round 1 of the TFF Challenge. It does not represent any final business plans or commercial products.