The Problem- Motivation
The busy schedules, limited skills, and time constraints among people in the diaspora, working class, and urban residents motivate our establishment and growth. Over the years, resources including the money of the Ugandans in the diaspora have been misused and some stolen by their relatives. Some businesses belonging to working groups and the Ugandan diaspora have collapsed due to poor supervision and management team. To address this problem, AGRIBANKS Ltd established an AGIIP system. We define AGIIP as a means that enables our clients to invest their capital for sustainable income and food security.
The main goal of AGIIP is to invest on behalf of our clients and to establish a fleet of farmers and investors. AGRIBANKS uses a multisectoral approach to mobilize and attract people to invest in agribusiness or sector of their choices, and these include;
- Sensitization, public awareness, and training
- Investment, teamwork, and partnerships
AGRIBANKS Investment Inclusion Platform – AGIIP
- Investor(s) Account with a maturity period of 12 months.
- Farmer(s) Account with a maturity period of 6 months.
For inquiries or request our Terms of AIIP via our contacts or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
At least a minimum of UGX2 million and or a maximum of UGX50 million to invest with us., i.e., the client(s) decide when to terminate his/her contract with us, but we encourage a lifetime investment. All our activities are insured against any risks or loss.
Why invest in Agriculture with Us?
Because; the agriculture sector is a free enterprise, food, business, engineering, science, energy, technology, information, health, jobs, and wealth. The agricultural sector has for so long been abandoned by elites, people in the diaspora, working-class, and urban residents on the pretext that they lack sufficient time, required skills, and knowledge. These groups find it difficult to participate in the agricultural industry, yet they have the startup capital and are willing to invest. Other people think it’s an activity meant for local people or peasants.
It's just simple. The investors may or may not directly engage in any of the farming activities. More importantly, AGIIP leverages the power of willingness, readiness, and commitment to invest.