Investing into mechanisation in Africa has the potential to drive long-term sustainability in the agricultural sector, improve food production through increased agricultural yields, and enable further access and integration of the agriculture and food value chain.
The Pan African Housing Fund (PAHF) has entered into an agreement with Camland Estate Limited to develop a middle income residential property on 21 hectares of prime land in the fast-growing Makeni suburb of Lusaka.
Phatisa, the African development private equity firm with two sector-specific funds focused on food production and affordable housing, has committed funds to regenerate, plant and preserve an indigenous Miombo woodlands in central Zambia.
The Pan African Housing Fund (PAHF), managed by Phatisa, has entered into an agreement with Africa Reit Limited (Africa Reit) to secure a six-acre property located in the Karen-Lang’ata area of Nairobi.
The African Agriculture Fund (AAF), managed by Phatisa, has invested in General Plastics Limited (GPL), a leading manufacturer of packaging products servicing well-known brands mainly in the food, beverage and agro-chemical sectors in Kenya and the broader East Africa region.