Strawberry Fields

Who we are

Your Trusted Partner For All Your Irrigation Needs

We design and implement low-cost water management solutions that help small farmers increase yield and predictability of produce

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What's the challenge with Africa's agriculture?

97% of Africa's smallholder farmers rely on rain-fed agriculture for sustenance. They have limited access to modern irrigation systems and knowledge regarding optimal farming practices crucial for transitioning to sustainable, climate-resilient agriculture. This transition is crucial for maximizing productivity and building resilience against the impacts of climate change.

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How are we solving the problem?

At Irri-Hub Ke, we are changing this narrative by facilitating access to simple innovative water management solutions. Our approach combines rainwater harvesting pans with solar-powered drip irrigation systems, bundled up with full-stack services such as agronomy support and training in regenerative agriculture best practices. Additionally, we provide them with a variety of complementary products like solar dryers and actively connect these farmers with partners who offer reliable markets for their agricultural produce. By providing these technologies along with end-to-end support, we empower these farmers with a smooth pathway to enhanced productivity and increased income.


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We aim to reach 50,000 farmers by 2030 to revolutionize irrigation in Kenya.

Our Vision & Mission


To build an Africa that feeds herself and the world through innovative ways


To provide affordable farming solutions that help 33 million smallholder farmers in Africa to increase yield and predictability of produce.

Our Theory of Change


If we

Build a resilient farming community, by providing smallholder farmers with access to:

Innovative Irrigation tools
Data, information and knowledge
Structured markets for their produce


Smallholder farmers will have the resources necessary to produce high yield competitive crops, enabling creation of high quality jobs with reduced hunger and improved income


SDG Targets

We will have created a sustainable business model that is scalable and replicable across Africa

What We Value


To deliver the best services at all times


Clarity and transparency in all our transactions with our clients


Doing the right thing at the right time


We are passionate about supporting and growing people

Why We Do What We Do

Climate Change

Climate Change

Climate change's negative impacts are already being felt, in the form of increasing temperatures, invasive crops and pests, and more frequent extreme weather events. On farms, climate change is reducing crop yields, the nutritional quality of major cereals, and lowering livestock productivity. Adaptation is not only the right thing to do, but the smartest!

Food Security

Food Security

The number of people in the world affected by hunger continued to increase under the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is estimated that more than 800 million people in the world face hunger as of 2020. We need to produce about 70 percent more food by 2050 to feed an estimated 9 billion people.

Clean Energy

Clean Energy

Agriculture currently contributes 19-29% of total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Without action, that percentage could rise substantially as other sectors reduce their emissions Clean, renewable energy preserves the world's natural resources and also reduce the risk of environmental disasters.

Financial Inclusion

Financial Inclusion

500 million smallholder farming households that represent 2.5 billion people rely on agricultural production for their livelihoods. Through the use of technologies such as blockchain, centralized exchange hubs could enable data to be stored and shared securely, and ultimately scale financial inclusion for smallholder farmers.

Frequently Asked Questions

We charge a fee of Ksh 3000/= for a basic site visit, inclusive of the technician's round-trip bus fare to and from your farm. Notably, the cost of the site visit is refundable and will be deducted from the total project cost.