About A.V.N

Agriculture Value-Chain Network (A.V.N)

Re-designing Existing Food Systems
through Circular Economics & Social Innovation.

A.V.N is a circular platform that leverages data and smart tech to organise and coordinate farmers though full Agri-chain involvement, financial access, responsive governance and markets, based on data analytics.

Our ecosystems create industrial sized food production in the global south by empowering small holder farmers and informal sector workers. We inspire women and young people to start careers in hybrid farming through upskilling creating new opportunities in vocation and technology for the 21st century.

We use waste to develop farming structures, tools and IOT tech from E-waste to modernise farming across the whole spectrum.

We designed A.V.N to rethink and redesign our food systems, because the future of food means making it resilient and regenerative. A.V.N integrates circular economics, Web 3.0, and social innovation to create food production ecosystems.

We are using tech to organize and coordinate subsistent and smallholder farming, modernizing their relationship with nature and B2B markets.

We apply real-time responsive digital governance and incorporate hybrid designs unique to the farmers environment and biodiversity. Allowing us to learn from nature and increasing the quality and collective quantities of crops while reducing waste, optimizing the use of human labor and tech. A.V.N formalizes a 5-year contract based on land use rights and tiered revenue streams.

Mission

Our mission is to disrupt negative food systems that exploit the 500 million small-scale farmers across the world. A.V.N empowers the value chain’s invisible small-scale farmers, making them more productive, climate resilient and visible to B2B markets in blocks.

Goal

Our goal is to re-design the concept of modern farming through locational intelligence and hybrid agriculture, developing new opportunities and careers in the global south food production systems.

Our key objectives

  1. Create fair economic opportunities that are crucial for inclusive food economies and green industrial development
  2. Make food production value chains more connected, productive and profitable, led by entrepreneurial small-scale farmers
  3. Develop smart foods products by creating new ingredients utilizing crops that would normally be wasted