Feb. 13, 2019

Futurepump and their solar-powered water pump are among the African AgTech startups highlighted as changing the agricultural landscape with their clean energy solution.

Jan. 22, 2019

KickStart, Futurepump and SunCulture have developed affordable and effective technologies that are part of a movement toward farmer-led irrigation in sub-Saharan Africa. Combined with accessible financing, technical know-how and community buy-in, these tools help farmers toward sustainable success.

Jan. 18, 2019

Once again, Futurepump and SunCulture have been selected by the London Stock Exchange Group as Companies to Inspire Africa. This pioneering report identifies Africa’s most inspirational and dynamic private, high-growth companies to a global market. Congratulations to them both!

Dec. 4, 2018

As the impact of climate change increases, climate neutral solutions like Futurepump's are likely to prove increasingly attractive to investors and customers. With appropriate financing, the solar pump could help smallholder farmers better cope with water scarcity.

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Dec. 3, 2018

Futurepump's SF2 video is a shortlisted entry in the African Technology for Good category of tvebiomovies 2018. Each view counts as a vote, so share this with your friends to help Futurepump bring home the prize. Voting closes on December 21st.

Nov. 21, 2018

This month, Futurepump visits Papua New Guinea, where more than 82% of citizens over the age of 10 work small farms, largely growing food crops on land of less than two hectares in size. The abundant surface water resources there are perfect for micro irrigation systems like the Futurepump SF2.

Nov. 16, 2018

Nigeria's Minister of State for Agriculture and Rural Development, Senator Heineken Lokpobiri, reports that the government is interested in working with Futurepump to meet the needs of smallholder farmers. Durable and affordable, Futurepump's SF2 is a sustainable solution to a pressing problem.

Oct. 19, 2018

In Kenya, over two thirds of the population work in agriculture. Most are smallholders, and they produce 60% of the food eaten in Kenya. Frequent droughts make irrigation a necessity, so Futurepump found a sustainable and inexpensive way for farmers to be productive, even in a dry climate.

Oct. 11, 2018

Sukuma wiki (kale) is a tasty and popular part of Kenyan cuisine. It's in particular demand during the dry season, when fewer farmers are growing it. Using Futurepump's solar irrigation pump technology means that farmers can grow kale year-round, which is both profitable and delicious.

Aug. 14, 2018

Futurepump and SunCulture are part of an exciting group of companies making farming more connected and tech-centered in rural Kenya. Innovation, coupled with reliable IT infrastructure, has broadened the reach of new technologies into the countryside, solving everyday problems for rural families.

Jul. 4, 2018

Futurepump is promoting "future-proof" farming in Mozambique, where smallholder farmers are facing increasing temperatures and less predictable rainfall. Solar irrigation helps farmers to make the most of every growing season, giving them more security in a changing climate.

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