Oct. 31, 2016

SunCulture has sold over 1,000 solar-powered irrigation kits in Kenya. Their next focus will be on Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda, where regular droughts lead to food shortages. In addition, they're working with the Norwegian Refugee Council to set up 150 acres of solar-powered irrigation in Somalia.

Sep. 13, 2016

Powering Agriculture innovator SunCulture is a finalist in the Ocean Exchange's Gulfstream Navigator & Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics Orcelle Award competition! They're proud to be in such great company, and look forward to presenting their solution and competing for one of two $100,000 awards.

Jul. 26, 2016

SunCulture, a Powering Agriculture Innovator, was featured in the Financial Times recently! The story highlights Alice Migwi, a farmer who's seen her revenues grow 10% in the three years she's used SunCulture's solar irrigation system. This has enabled her to expand and diversify her business.

Jul. 2, 2016

SunCulture, a 2015 Powering Agriculture Innovator, has been invited to participate in this year's Unreasonable Institute accelerator, Project Literacy Lab. They were chosen for this honor because the tools they create help farmers earn the revenue they need to send their children to school.

Solar and Wind Energy Help Farmers, Small Households
Jun. 9, 2016

Sustainably harvesting solar and wind energy used to require a large initial investment. Falling equipment prices means increased accessibility to new technologies, so energy can now be generated on a small budget. Homeowners in India and farmers in Africa are seeing the benefits.

Jun. 6, 2016

At USAID’s Ag Innovation Investment Summit, innovators share strategies for addressing food security, water access and energy needs in developing countries. The goal: to turn local and regional projects into sustainable business ideas with a broad and long-lasting reach around the world.

Jun. 3, 2016

Mandera is one of the poorest parts of Kenya where 88% of the population live below the poverty line. By cooperating to spread one innovation together, the two innovators SunCulture and Islamic Relief Kenya have been able to reach many of the poorest farmers in Mandera.

SunCulture Announces Mist
May 4, 2016

SunCulture announces their newest product, Mist irrigation, which will finally make irrigation within the budget of millions of farmers across Africa. At only $390 per acre, Mist gives subsistence farmers access to irrigation for the first time ever.

Apr. 23, 2016

Harnessing the sun’s power is once again at the forefront of energy technology as an increasingly affordable method of generating electricity. In developing regions of the world, solar is not only a clean energy solution but sometimes the sole source of power for smallholders.

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