OCP AFRICA is committed to helping smallholder farmers in Senegal increase productivity and crop quality; access technical, commercial and agronomic support; secure fair market prices and increased access to products during scarcity seasons; and build strong distribution networks. Our customers in Senegal include smallholder farmers, distributors, bulk fertilizer importers and outputs buyers – including agro-industrial companies working hand-in-hand with farmers’ cooperatives.
In Senegal, our partnerships with public and private institutions and NGOs,helps develop efficient distribution channels that will reach smallholder farmers across the country and surrounding countries.
Number of employees: 11
Key Local Partners: Association Sénégalaise pour la Promotion du Développement à la Base, Copeol Senegal, Société Nationale d’Aménagement et d’Exploitation des Terres du Delta du Fleuve Sénégal et des Vallées du Fleuve Sénégal et de la Falémé, Institut Sénégalais de Recherche Agricole (ISRA), Institut National de Pédologie (INP), le PSEM/CLUSA (Projet de Services des Entreprises du Mil), SEDIMA, Mamelles Jaboot, La Laiterie du Berger.
In Senegal, OCP AFRICA’s Groundnuts Fertility Card Pilot has helped increase the yields and quality of Senegal’s primary exports. Additionally, our Soil Fertility and Crop Nutrient Management Platform works to evaluate soil fertility levels in the Senegal River Valley and will soon evaluate the River Valley’s ecology for better rice cultivation.
Through OCP AFRICA’s signature School Lab program, we are providing smallholder farmers in Senegal with a wide range of agricultural services, including interactive training sessions on best agricultural practices and soil-testing units demonstrating current technologies and innovations.
Business Services and Training
OCP AFRICA’s “Rice UP! Senegal” program in the Senegal River Valley integrates agricultural service offerings to 4,000 rice producers and smallholder farmers across the country. Additionally, our contract farming model was created as an inclusive and sustainable method for smallholder farmers to establish contracts with local and international producers as a means to increase their sales.
À PROPOS DU SÉNÉGAL
Consommation d'engrais par hectares de terres arables
Stanislas Gregoire Diouf
+221 78 638 31 72
Business Development Manager
Papa Djigane Cisse
+221 78 638 31 70