Crossborder women traders sorting beans.


Improved seed variaties and increased fertilizer use leads to better yields for farmers

Sorghum Farmer in Tharaka Nithi County

Soya beans trader at Namanga Border

Agricultural Field Days

AGMARK in partnership with MOA, and Taita Taveta County Government is currently conducting an Agricultural Field Day and Exhibition in Taveta County. Seed comapnies, Fertilizer companies and all agricultural stakeholders are present

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KCEP-CRAL Field Days

As part of the agrodealer development under KCP-CRAL, AGMARK together with relevant county departments are spearheading demand creation and learning activities for famers.

Field day and Agricultural Exhibition currently ongoin in Taita Taveta County

Argus Added Value Fertilizers Africa

The Argus Added Value Fertilizers Africa conference on 11-13 September 2019, Nairobi, Kenya, is the only event in the region to focus on enhanced efficiency and specialty fertilizers, micronutrients, biostimulants and other bio-based products.

Conference on Africa’s Agricultural Productivity (CAAP)

The objectice of this conference is to map out a route in which Africa can attain 100% food security, and delegates shall engage in deeper convesrations and share impactful and replicable research based solutions that will lead to increase in food productivity in effort to achieve zero hunger in the continent.

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Agricultural Market Development Trust (AGMARK) is an international not-for-profit development organization with headquarters in Nairobi and currently with a regional presence in 18 countries in Eastern, Western and Southern Africa. AGMARK is a member of the AFAP (African Fertilizer and Agribusiness partnership) supporting smallholder fertilizer delivery projects in Africa.