African Fisheries and Agriculture
Shuraako facilitates investment into African fisheries and agriculture, two important sectors that are key to growing the economy and improving livelihoods.
Dur Dur is a small scale fishing operation based in Berbera, Somaliland with a retail store in Hargeisa.
Goljano is an organic farming project involving mainly horticulture and livestock fattening production. Goljano seeks to produce goods locally, thereby eliminating the complete reliance on the import economy. Hence Goljano has a diversified range of activities that include: sesame farming and sesame oil production, poultry farming, beekeeping, camel dairy production, and livestock fattening.
Soo Godol (“let us milk camels” in Somali) is a camel dairy production and livestock fattening operation in Puntland. Learn more at: http://shuraako.org/portfolio/u-soo-godol
Al Fatxi Fishing Company began with a $150 investment to buy fish in Berbera, Somaliland and resell them in Hargeisa. After six months, Mr. Adam opened his first fish shop in Hargeisa and purchased a small fishing boat from which he launched his company’s growth. Today he has three stores – in Hargeisa, Burao, and Berbera – and supplies a fish store in Borama. Learn more at: http://shuraako.org/portfolio/al-fatxi-fishing-company
This video is about Al Nur Mix Farm in Puntland, Somalia. The Farm produces nearly 15 types of cash crops year-round and has a supplementary small-scale dairy operation.
SMPC is a medium-sized fishing processor and wholesaler. It is a prominent fishing corporation in Mogadishu supplying fresh and frozen fish and seafood products to domestic and international markets, including China and Turkey.
22 Mixed Farm is situated in Jibgale, a fertile location east of Garowe. The farm provides the surrounding community with an assortment of fruits, vegetables, and dairy milk. Funds were used to dig a deep borehole for consistent water supply and to establish an irrigation system.
Al Nur Mixed Farming (“Al Nur”), established in 2005, is located in the fertile Jibgale Valley, outside of Garowe, Puntland. The farm produces nearly 15 types of cash crops year-round and has a supplementary small-scale dairy operation.
Founded in 2011 and harvests, processes, and markets fresh fish. Financing enabled Buruuj to increase its harvesting and processing capacity by doubling its fishing fleet and building out its cold chain.
Barwaaqo Marketing and Catering Services (BMCS) is a crop collection, storage, and marketing service serving farmers in six villages throughout the Gabiley District.