A greater way to farm

A story of hope, faith and success

A Vision for the Future

Apart from growing the agri-business on the farm, the following projects are in the pipeline:

Creating Entrepreneurs

Creating Entrepreneurs

Creating and setting up of formal buying posts for goats, in all areas of the province, which will be owned and operated by an entrepreneur.

Shop Network

Shop Network

Creating and setting up of formal small shops for supplying affordable cuts, fifth quarters and beans. These will be owned and operated by an entrepreneur.

Empower Women

Empower Women

Establishing a tannery and leather production factory, to be owned and operated by the women of the community

Safe Water

Safe Water

Providing boreholes for running water in many villages that currently do not have access to safe water.

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Investing in Progress

Moz-Agri’s achievements and performance as a responsible employer, with very high social and environmental standards, has attracted investments and grants from organisations such as leading agri-funder AgDevCo, GAIN (Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition) and FinAgro. These investments and grants have helped tremendously in growing Moz-Agri’s agricultural and community support activities.

Committed to our Community

Moz-Agri is absolutely committed to the development and support of its community. In addition to the electric maize mill and the subsidised shop, the health care centre has been a major boost to the community. After witnessing the plight of the local people with no access to health care, Chris and Filipa spent countless hours canvassing organisations for help. Eventually, with a wonderful grant from Czeck Republic, Moz-Agri built a medical health post on the farm.

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Investing in Progress

Moz-Agri’s achievements and performance as a responsible employer, with very high social and environmental standards, has attracted investments and grants from organisations such as leading agri-funder AgDevCo, GAIN (Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition) and FinAgro. These investments and grants have helped tremendously in growing Moz-Agri’s agricultural and community support activities.

About MozAgri

In November 2009, Chris and Filipa Serfontein arrived at Chuala Farm. Situated 120km from Chimoio, Mozambique, the farm had no electricity, no running water and no agriculture besides subsistence gardening – and for the first nine months, the couple lived very simply in tents, working alongside the local people to lay the foundations for Moz-Agri Lda.

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