Abraham Omani Quaye
Agrocentry’s Ghanaian founder Abraham Nii Omani Quaye, built a system designed to end poverty and hunger in Africa. The startup’s online farmers’ market, Farmart, is a digital market that allows farmers to reduce post-harvest losses and consumers to have access to fresh produce from their mobile devices or computers.
It is practically creating the necessary market for farmers to reduce significantly post-harvest losses and as final consumers, getting access to fresh foodstuffs at the click of a button. Quaye was motivated to not just be a farmer but a digital farmer and to help other farmers have access to a ready market in other to increase their return on investments.
He holds a B.sc in Agricultural sciences from Kwame Nkrumah’ University of Science and Technology, Kumasi.
Quaye was Featured in Forbes Africa 30 under 30 in 2018 with its startup, Farmart also winning the 2017 Pitch AgriHack Africa award by Technical Centre for Agriculture and Rural Cooperation.