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Use Case

Imagine farmers in a Buwate village in Uganda growing different types of foods all in plenty. These farmers work so hard till harvesting but when that all good are ready for sell, there is no way to reach to the final customers. This happens because these farmers lack transportation of their goods to the final customer hence the crops rot and get wasted or the value of the crops drops because they are fresh no more.

Potential

Our focus is on building an efficient infrastructure for agri supply chain and hence reducing wastage. We aim to create a bridge between farmers and consumers and this will attract direct collaboration between the two parties hence reducing wastage, increase farmers revenue, stable prices of goods.

Business Case

LinqThem is an infrastructure that is going to act as a connector between farmers and potential buyers of the goods. We are take up a commission of 5% per sell of produce made.

Objectives:

  1. To reduce wastage of crop produce by farmers
  2. To increase farmers revenue by eliminating exploitation by middle men
  3. Create direct collaboration between farmers and buyers

Team LinqThem

Kampala, Uganda

Our Team

Our Mission

Our focus is on building an efficient infrastructure for agri supply chain and hence reducing wastage. We aim to create a bridge between farmers and consumers and this will attract direct collaboration between the two parties hence reducing wastage, increase farmers revenue, stable prices of goods.

Our Background

We are passionate about agriculture and we believe that this alone can redeem or is the solution to the big problems of food insecurities, poverty. This challenge give me an opportunity to plate our idea so it can be of use some day to solve the above world problems.

Our Team

Our Mission

Our focus is on building an efficient infrastructure for agri supply chain and hence reducing wastage. We aim to create a bridge between farmers and consumers and this ...Read More

Our Background

We are passionate about agriculture and we believe that this alone can redeem or is the solution to the big problems of food insecurities, poverty. This challenge give ...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.