How ICS helps farmers flourish
We believe in a structural development cooperation with farmers. Not by trying to solve their problems, but by handing them the means to do so themselves. By trusting their independence and sense of responsibility.Read more on our approach
Give about growth
With your investment we are able to create economic growth for farming families in Kenya and Tanzania. By providing them agricultural inputs like seeds, fertilizer and chickens on credit, in combination with agronomic training.
With your help ICS works on creating a healthy, safe and stimulating living environment, together with families and schools. With your money we train parents, teachers, and children. That way, we ensure future generations will be able to develop to their full potential.
Farmers made work
of their harvest
chickens found their way to farming families
solarlights lighten up
the lives of farming families
With your support and the effort of about 80 employees in The Netherlands and Africa we can make a huge difference for thousands of farming families in Kenya and Tanzania. Will you support our work and become a donor?
Agri-wallet and Geodatics have been awarded 125,000 euro prize money from the Innovator’s Challenge of NpM, Platform for Financial Inclusion.
The success of the ICS parenting training has not passed unnoticed by other development organisations. Karuna Foundation, a ngo that works in Nepal, has adopted our method. In the past year the first 332 parents have been trained here.
The harvest of sunflower seeds offers great potential for farmers in Northern Tanzania. Agrics, our social enterprise, has supplied 1,250 farmers with a one-off quantity of free seeds that is sufficient to cover one hundred square meter of soil. To get to know this new crop and to try out.
Caroline Abels, portfolio manager of our Skilful Parenting program, recently traveled to Ivory Coast. Together with colleague Maureen from Kenya she resided in the West-African country for ten days to educate new trainers on how to deliver our SP training. Read along her personal experiences.