Providing low-cost, solar-powered irrigation to African farmers, increasing yields by more than 300 percent.

Up to 1.5 billion acres across the African continent are fit for farming, and yet most farmers must rely on rain, limiting their yields and what they can earn. SunCulture works to increase farmers' profits and the productivity of their land by designing, manufacturing, selling, and distributing solar-powered irrigation solutions that make it cheaper and easier for farmers to grow high-value fresh fruits and vegetables. SunCulture's AgroSolar Irrigation kit is a highly efficient drip-irrigation system that delivers the perfect amount of water to each crop and can increase yields by more than 300 percent.

FOUNDED
2010

AREAS OF IMPACT
Water and Sanitation Hunger Health Clean Energy Sustainable Cities

HEADQUARTERS
Kenya

COMPANY SIZE
101–200

Samir Ibrahim

Samir Ibrahim (CEO & Co-Founder at SunCulture) has been an Unreasonable Fellow since July 2016 after participating in Project Literacy Lab 2016.

Project Literacy Lab 2016
BCFN Foundation

Fixing Food 2018 Report

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