African Greeneurs (Pty) Ltd ("AG") is a multifaceted organisation within the EARN that focuses on the development of Agripreneurs and primary agriculture production. AG uses modern farming methods, infrastructure, and the latest technology to help agripreneurs produce flowers and food to generate income, create jobs and contribute to the betterment of their communities and later to the world.
It is projected that by 2050, the planet’s population will have grown to approximately 9,7 billion people, and therefore global food production will have to increase by at least 60% to meet demand.
Our aim at AG is to produce and distribute healthy, nutritious food while to contribute to alleviating the world’s food crisis, through the development of Africa’s youth.
African Greeneurs (AG) aims to create a world full of hope with a renewed sense of purpose through business opportunities that impact people's livelihoods. This is achieved through Agripreneurship, skills development programmes and participation in the mainstream supply of healthy and nutritious food and high-quality fresh cut flowers.
AG is committed to creating job opportunities for young men and women in the agricultural sector and contribute to the overall goal of increasing food security while creating jobs and increasing levels of prosperity in South Africa and on the African Continent.
Our intervention is a comprehensive Agripreneur and skills development programme that focuses on capacity building through business training and development, coaching and mentoring, provision of extension and advisory services, and a 360 degree Farm enterprise management toolkit.
We provide agripreneurs with modern farming techniques and business training to ensure success.
Aiming to be the leading producer of nutritious food and fresh-cut flowers starting in South Africa and internationally.
A working farm that grows real food nurtured by nature, driven by a dream and proven in fact.
Facilitated through our operational commercial farms, our Agripreneur Development Programme seeks to build capacity and develop competitiveness, aimed at achieving meaningful and long-term participation in the mainstream food supply value chain by most of the people in South Africa and on the African continent, while supplying nutrient rich food to our communities.