AWILI provides improved farm inputs paid back in harvest to rural “un-bankable” women farmers.

Market Opportunity/ Problem

Due to the high upfront cost for improved agro-inputs, most rural women smallholder farmers cannot purchase improved farm inputs, resorting to traditional inputs (e.g., local seeds, etc.), leading to reduced productivity. AWILI’s model is making a tremendous difference amongst women and youth who usually do not meet the criteria amongst lending institutions/banks due to their strict conditions. In addition, the company’s model considers the farming calendar, which allows the farmer to produce without succumbing to the pressure of paying back loans.

Company Information

Years of operation


Type of organization

Private company

Stage of the business


Agribusiness focus

Provision of inputs

Agriculture value chain(s) focus?

Cash Crops

Primary country of operation


Other country(ies) of operation


How many employees does your business have?


Does the business have more than 30% women ownership?


Does the business have more than 30% youth ownership (under 35 years)?


Financing and expansion overview

How much capital is the company currently fundraising (US$)?


What is the split between equity and debt?

20% equity and 80% debt
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