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AWILI has partnered with the Centre for Agricultural Transformation (ATI) for 2 years to transform more “unbankable” rural women farmers.

The stated aim of CAT is to support smallholder Malawian farmers in diversifying their incomes and livelihoods to reduce their reliance on tobacco farming.

Empowering rural women farmers across Malawi

Providing certified and improved agro-inputs on loan to rural women farmers who are usually considered “unbankable” in a bid to improve their productivity.

Interface Meeting With the Minister

AWILI de-brief meeting with the Minister of Agriculture Hon. Lobin Lowe-MP (Left) and Deputy Minister Hon. Agnes Nkusankhoma (Third from Left)

Our Model

AWILI deliberately targets women and youth by providing seed capital in-form of improved farm inputs (as opposed to cash) at much fairer interest rates (paid back in kind).

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1. Integrity
Engaging and working with honesty, respect and transparency to build a foundation for growth with farmer communities and business partners
2. Innovation
Promoting creativity, tailor made business synergy options that are realistic and fit within the framework and environment of smallholder farmers
3. Passion
We are passionate with going an extra mile for smallholder farmers by providing practical and sustainable agribusiness approaches that steadily improves their household economy
4. Equality
Recognizing the critical role that women play in farming economy and deliberately targeting them with innovative ways of doing business
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OUR CORE VALUES

Our Core Values are integrity, innovation, passion and equality.  These values are the foundation of Agwenda’s work ethics and culture in fulfilling our responsibilities with the communities we support: 

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We support women farmers with improved agro-inputs on loan paid back in kind in a bid to improve productivity, food security and incomes

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AWILI has partnered with the Centre for Agricultural Transformation (ATI) for 2 years to transform more “unbankable” rural women farmers. 

The stated aim of CAT is to support smallholder Malawian farmers in diversifying their incomes and livelihoods to reduce their reliance on tobacco farming.

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