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About

GoGettaz is part of the Generation Africa movement which seeks to inspire the next generation of African agripreneurs, connecting them to the resources they need to move their businesses successfully from idea to scale. The community is open to all value chain players in Africa’s food system; from production to agri-tech to value addition to market linkages to agri-finance… you name it; GoGettaz got it!

Agri-food entrepreneurship is the biggest opportunity in Africa today. In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, everyone on the planet understands that agribusiness truly is a critical industry.
Agriculture and food are essential for human life.

Generation Africa wants to #GrowEntrepreneurs and #TransformFood to build resilience, improve food security, and support small and medium businesses in Africa.

We want YOU to be a part of our GoGettaz Africa Community of agripreneurs. Let us grow and transform Africa’s food systems… together.

Our Partners

In 2019, Norwegian crop nutrition company, Yara International, and leading African telecommunications group, Econet, co-catalyzed Generation Africa.

This year our world is very different. We are fighting a global pandemic. The coronavirus is teaching us all that we cannot stand alone. We must work together.

In 2020 we are proud to bring on board inspirational co-founders to grow Generation Africa and strengthen the GoGettaz ecosystem.

Yara Internationalis a Norwegian chemical company. Its largest business area is the production of nitrogen fertilizer, however it also encompasses the production of nitrates, ammonia, urea and other nitrogen-based chemicals.

Econet is a privately held pan-African Telecommunications, Technology and Renewable Energy Group, focused on digitally connecting customers in the 28 markets – mostly in Sub-Saharan Africa – where it has operations and investments.

The Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa strives to grow agriculture on the continent to feed Africa and the world.

Corteva Agriscience harnesses cutting edge science to build flourishing farms.

The Southern African Confederation of Agricultural Unions represents the common interest of regional farmers.

The Syngenta Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture links small-holder farmers to Agri services, insurance, and quality seeds.

United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is an independent agency of the United States federal government that is primarily responsible for administering civilian foreign aid and development assistance.

Together we are building an ecosystem that supports Africa’s bold agripreneurs as they go from idea to full-scale businesses.