We provide data, insights and de-risking finance to businesses and banks. So, that they can develop viable business models that deliver finance and other services to smallholder farmers.

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Farmfit Business Support provides tools to analyze the viability and effectiveness of businesses and banks engagement with smallholder farmers. It helps to identify areas for innovation and match-makes to the most suitable finance, to take innovations to scale.

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Farmfit Intelligence shares key insights on how to make smallholder value chains more efficient and effective. Its benchmarking database enables open access to insights from 100’s of businesses also engaging with smallholders,  supporting partners to innovate on topics like technology and gender.

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Farmfit Fund offers affordable and appropriate financial resources to start, sustain and grow businesses that sustainably engage with smallholders. If the cost efficiency and impact of a smallholder business model is positive, we will work with you to scale up your business and monitoring impact over time.

 

Read our latest Insights Report

Learn about how our partners are getting sustainable returns for their business, while empowering farmers through service delivery.

This report shares our latest findings on the drivers of farmer resilience, cost reduction and financial sustainability.

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Individual SDM Case Studies

Featured Partnership

IDH is proud to be working with the Mastercard Foundation Rural and Agricultural Finance Learning Lab to create reliable data on the profitability of financial institutions’ smallholder finance activities.

This first case study on the SDMs of financial institutions, looks at the monthly Climate Smart Agriculture Dairy Loan established by ECLOF Kenya. The SDM analysis helped ECLOF think through how to share the costs and risks of serving smallholders and quantifies the profitability and impact for their investors.

Through better data that shows how risky investments in smallholders can translate into meaningful financial returns and impact, investors and funders will become better equipped to mobilize private capital and unlock the smallholder finance market.

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