Having grown up in a farming family, Japhet loved farming since he was a boy. After highschool, however, Japheth moved to Nairobi to support himself and his family as a hotelier but ultimately made the decision to farm full-time. Japhet spent 6-8 hours per day collecting water manually and yet produced very little yield. He
Jamleck is 63 years old and is a reverend and farmer, living on his farm with his wife and son. This season they are growing sukuma, cabbage, carrots, chilis, and bananas. They also have a dairy cow and chickens on the farm. Jamleck purchased the SunCulture ClimateSmart Battery plus RainMaker2S with TV add-on in October
Josephine is 52 years old, married and has four children. She is living on a farm located in Sagana of approximately three acres. Her main source of livelihood is farming and she supplements this with knitting. Since buying SunCulture’s solution in September 2019, she reports that the primary benefits of the RainMaker2 pump include time
Globally, agriculture continues to be a prominent part of the economy. While many processes in agriculture have been mechanized, there are still some that remain dependent on manual labor, making them tedious and time-consuming. One such process is water pumping, which still relies on intensive labor for ensuring that irrigation can take place in fields.
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In his TEDx talk, Samir Ibrahim, CEO and co-founder of SunCulture explained, “There are 1.4 billion people in the world who live in rural areas and rely on agriculture and related activities for their livelihood.” He added, “It is an important group of people to think about in terms of addressing the world’s largest problems.