Partners | AgTech Africa

Supporting Organisations

We work with tea producers and smallholder farmers in our members’ supply chains. We help them meet internationally recognized social and environmental standards. We provide training on issues that many producers struggle with, e.g. factory health and safety, safe use of agrochemicals, human resource management, and environmental management. We also run projects that tackle sensitive, complex, and deep-rooted issues that cannot be addressed sufficiently well through auditing and certification. These include: reducing harassment and discrimination of female workers/minority groups in the work place; improving the lives of young people in tea communities and reducing exploitation; improving living conditions and nutrition on tea estates; working towards living wage and benefits, and increasing climate change resilience. Ultimately our work improves tea sustainability, the lives and livelihoods of tea workers and farmers, and the environment in which tea is produced.

Media Partners

Addleston is a tech-savvy and trend focused Kenyan PR boutique redefining the “Full-Service Agency” concept, helping connect your brand to the world. We work with local and international agencies on events ranging from CNBC, CTGN, CNN, Aljazeera, and BBC to CNN in enabling the East African Content.

We understand the importance of giving stakeholders and institutions a chance to engage with their customers, prospects, influencers, and the media to ensure optimal results in attendance, media awareness, and customer acquisition.

Addleston takes pride in partnering with institutions that are all about positive social and economic change.

For more than 30 years, ‘Afrique Agriculture’ is the reference publication for agribusiness in Africa. This bimonthly magazine follows and relays news on Agriculture, Fisheries, Livestock farming, Forestry and Agro-industry in Maghreb and sub-Saharan Africa.

Based in Paris, Afrique Agriculture is written by an editor in chief in collaboration with field journalists living in different areas of Africa, and highly involved in their agricultural domestic industry. Experts’ opinions and analysis are also comprised in the magazine content. is a Global Agriculture Community for all agriculture people – Farmers, Agriculture Students, Agriculture Teachers, Agriculture Universities, Agriculture Researchers, Agriculture Experts and Agriculture Entrepreneurs. You can discuss various topics related to Agriculture, Farming, Agri-business, Agri-Tech, Agricultural Research and more.

AsianNGO is the prime source of information on grants and funding opportunities, learning tools and knowledge resources, partnerships, news, events and policy updates in the development sector across Asia.

As a social enterprise venture of ASSIST (Asia Society for Social Improvement and Sustainable Transformation), AsianNGO is the first and only platform for Asia’s social sector and was initiated to address the three main issues that NGOs face today: finding funds, partners and relevant learning resources for better management.

International Bulk Journal (IBJ) has continually provided news and analysis to companies in the dry bulk industry on developments within the transport chain for 28 years. In addition, IBJ brings you personality profiles of leading industry figures, independent marine insurance data, expanded analysis of the global bunker fleet, commodity pricing and futures and extra coverage of the minor bulk trades. Whilst maintaining its roots in Europe and the USA, IBJ has continued to expand editorially into the Asian and Pacific markets providing its readers with a truly worldwide coverage.

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