Sponsor a Farmwella Farm

A sustainable and low risk agricultural real estate investment that provide good returns and the opportunity to partake in the mission of empowering the next generation of African farmers.

Sponsor a Farmwella Farm

Farmwella is partnering with individuals and organizations to sponsor our Two-Acre farms initiative, a network of agricultural real estate investment across Africa. These farms offer the sponsors a sustainable and low risk investment with good returns and the opportunity to partake in the mission of empowering the next generation of African farmers.

Empower the next generation of African farmers

Combat global hunger through improved farming methods and marketing tactics

Reduced risk and create highly profitable farming system

Provide high return real estate investment for sponsors

Why you should sponsor a Two-Acre Farm

Long-lasting sustainable impact needed in Africa will be funded through mutually beneficial financial systems where all involved members profit from collective success. Here are some of the reasons you should partner with us on this mission

Lucrative Business Opportunity

A relatively low risk investment with a consistent and sustainable returns over time.

Reduced Risk

The farm infrastructure and the farming operations within the Two-Acre farms will be insured. Farmwella's farm monitoring technology and physical monitoring help ensure farmers implement sustainable agricultural practices. The guaranteed market for the harvest also reduces risk.

Opportunity to Empower

Each unit of the Two-Acre farm is designed to empower at least ten farmers in a year. It is a unique opportunity to partake in the mission of empowering the next generation of African farmers.

Active Monitoring

In combination with our proprietary farm monitoring technology, we have physical monitoring and a logistics team for the administration of the Two-Acre farm. Likewise, sponsor will have an account through which regular updates on the status of the farm is provided.

Foster Sustainable Farming

In combination with our proprietary farm monitoring technology, we have physical monitoring and a logistics team for the administration of the Two-Acre farm. Likewise, sponsor will have an account through which regular updates on the status of the farm is provided.

How Two-Acre Farm Works

1.

Indicate Interest

Indicate interest by submitting application online.

2.

Payment

Pay for your farm upon approval of your application.

3.

Farm Setup

Farmwella will help setup the farm,sign management agreement with you, and recruit farmers into the farm.

3.

Get Returns

Start receiving rental income every 4 months on the farm infrastructure.

Frequently Asked Question

A Two-Acre farm is a agricultural real estate owned by a SPONSOR(s) and optimized for intensive agricultural production of Farmwella. This farm is managed by Farmwella and made available for rent by trained agricultural entrepreneurs in Africa.

A sponsor is any individual or organization interested in building a profitable agricultural real estate but also interested in empowering farmers in Africa. If you are interested in building a long-term and sustainable real estate asset in Africa, or interested in empowering African farmers, or just want to own a low risk investment asset, then, you are probably a potential sponsor for our Two-Acre farms.

The first step to becoming a Two-Acre sponsor is to indicate your interest by submitting an application of interest on our website. The application will undergo a review before final approval.
Once your application is approved, we will get in touch with you with further details about payment, terms of agreement, farm setup and all the critical steps involved.

Farmwella will purchase farmland and set up the Two-Acre farm on
behalf of the sponsor. Thereafter, a five-year management agreement
will be signed between Farmwella and the sponsor. Once the farm is fully setup, the sponsor begin to receive regular rental income on the Two-Acre farm infrastructure.

Each unit of the Two-Acre farms operates as a cluster farm engaging
farmers in intensive vegetable production and giving them access to
training systems, farming infrastructure, credit facilities, monitoring
technologies, and guaranteed markets for their produce. This improves
productivity and profitability, while reducing prevailing uncertainty with
agricultural activities in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The collaboration with sponsors of our Two-Acre farms makes it possible for us to provide a multi-pronged solution that tackles the three difficulties in Africa’s unstructured agricultural sector:
Access to farm support services,
Efficient production systems, and
Access to profitable market.

The actual cost to sponsor a Two-Acre farm varies depending on the location and the level of optimization a sponsor wants. However, we have found the cost of a typical Two-Acre farm to range between $6500 and $10,000. The current offering are located in the Southwestern part of Nigeria.  We hope to expand to other countries in the coming years.

Yes. We allow a maximum of two people to co-own a Two-Acre farm. Each person will have their separate accounts for monitoring and rental
income payment.

Every sponsor will have an account on our website through which MONTHLY updates will be provided. This will include pictures and videos and progress report on your specific Two-Acre farm. In addition, there will be a general monthly newsletter made available to you on the state of things with the whole Two-Acre initiatives.

There are two level of insurance on every Two-Acre farm. Each farm operation within the Two-Acre farm will be insured. In addition, the whole Two-Acre farm infrastructure will be insured. The insurance creates a low risk for all the parties: farmers, sponsors, and Farmwella.
The Two-Acre farms are also fenced. This protect the farms against other insecurity common to farm operations in Nigeria.

We have boots on the ground for each unit of Two-Acre farm. In combination with our proprietary farm monitoring technology, we have physical monitoring and a logistics team for the administration of the Two-Acre farm.

Want to sponsor a Two-Acre farm?