Thanks to advances in renewable energy and digital technologies, Africa can leapfrog the stages of technological development that other regions have had to go through, making its mechanization process both fast and extremely lucrative.
With our partners,
BASSAM INVESTMENT GROUP offers a private investment that could accelerate the technology transfer for Green Africa.
The first step is always to develop a strategy based on the legal, economic, social and territorial realities.
Depending on the needs, we offer innovations training Program and mechanization of the agriculture sector, linked with an international network.
Currently, levels of mechanization of farms in Africa are very low, the number of tractors in sub-Saharan Africa ranging from 1.3 per square kilometer in Rwanda to 43 in South Africa, compared with 128 in India and 116 in Brazil. Without mechanized agriculture, productivity suffers greatly, reducing farmers' incomes.
Africa is currently spending an exorbitant $ 35 billion a year on food imports, according to the African Development Bank (AfDB), which predicts that, if the current trend continues, these imports could reach up to $ 110 billion. dollars by 2050. The technologies that would enable Africa's green revolution to come TRUE do exist.
Expected results must respond to the problem of sustainable development that must be understood without sacrificing current generations.
The results must meet the needs of the territories without having a lasting impact on the cash position of the states.
The results should include a large share of technology transfer and focus on systems that can be maintained under local operational conditions (focus on local recruitment and training).