SHARE Africa Zambia (SAZ) is a locally registered company working with some of the most impoverished farmers in Zambia through value addition. The company produces instant soya porridge, corn soya blend, and peanut butter under the Share Africa Zambia brand. In addition, the organization implements projects and programs aimed at promoting economic growth in rural farmlands and suburban townships by ensuring that all profits are shared fairly across the supply chain (i.e., with producers, sellers, and consumers).

Market Opportunity/ Problem

School feeding programs have created a demand for corn soya blend, which is fortified and highly nutritious feed. The current demand stands at 50 tons per month (locally), against the company’s current production capacity of 5 tons due to inadequate raw materials and low machinery production capacity. In addition, the product has got a readily available export market in Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo with the potential of expansion to more territories in the region.

Company Information

Years of operation


Type of organization


Stage of the business

Growth stage

Agribusiness focus

Value addition/ processing

Agriculture value chain(s) focus?

Food 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?

100% debt
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