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Find information below on over 30 open opportunities from donors, grant programs, foundations, impact investors, and other programs for agricultural innovators and technology development. If your organization provides funding opportunities for agriculture technology, please email us to be added to these features.
Debt or equity investments from $250,000 to $3 million along with management support services to early-stage companies providing access to agricultural markets, education, clean energy, healthcare, housing, or drinking water.
Provides competitive grants and interest free loans of up to US $2.5 million to private sector companies based on eligibility and selection criteria. Competing business ideas should be commercially viable, innovative and have a large development impact.
Cash prizes up to $100,000 to university teams who identify food security solutions for the world's population. The competition invites business plans focusing on a process, product, service, or technology.
An acceleration program designed to discover, fund and help scale Africaâ€™s brightest startup companies and social enterprises, including companies and non-profits, with up to $10,000 in funding and additional mentorship.
$50,000 to $500,000 funding to early-stage businesses, helping to 'kick start' commercially-viable agriculture in the Beira corridor region of Mozambique. Businesses must demonstrate direct benefits for smallholder farmers and local communities.
CTA is a joint international institution which seeks to strengthen ACP states' agricultural and rural development strategies as well as enhance their agricultural value chains and information capacities.
Provides farmers' cooperatives and associations the long-term loans they need to renew their farms or adopt new technologies and equipment. Focus regions: Latin America and will expand into Africa and Asia in a second phase.
Seed stage equity financing from $100,000 to $500,000 to for-profit impact ventures serving an underserved population in emerging markets and working in mobile technology, alternative energy, or agricultural technology.
Investments up to $25000 with further independent funding, an assigned Kukua mentor, and access to business developers and the RLabs Incubation and Acceleration program for mobile and internet focused startups.
Grants of $25,000 or more in support of agricultural communities and organizations for projects that address farmers' education and training, food security, community water and sanitation, and other local needs.
An alliance of universities, research institutions, investors and entrepreneurs which works to address common problems in technology-startup business development as well as facilitating financing, management and collaboration.
by aiming to invest $10 million, the initiative's goal is to spur innovations that accelerate the creation of promising, high growth, and sustainable entrepreneurial ventures. Areas of focus: food security, health, and energy access.
helps emerging and venture ready clean and green tech companies gain visibility and make connections as well as provides a showcase to demonstrate competitive returns and technology solutions for investors.
Provides grants of up to ₤500,000 per year between 2014-2017 to support projects that help some of the world's poorest countries and fit within the Scottish Government's International Development Policy.
Opportunities for mentorship funding, and access to IIM Calcutta's Incubation Center for promising social enterprises in India related to agriculture, water and sanitation, energy, and other thematic areas.
Equity or quasi-equity investments from €100,000 to €1,000,000 with a preferred focus on investments from €500,000 to €1,000,000 for eastafrican businesses that are late start-ups or early to mid-stage companies.
UC Davis administers a research program addressing questions of poverty and development with emphasis on agriculture and rural livelihoods. Grant sizes average $700,000 for research projects up to four years.