About Us

Who Are We?

Irri-Hub Ke is an agriculture company that leverage technology to develop affordable, efficient, and sustainable irrigation products that help smallholder farmers increase agricultural productivity and build resilience toward climate change

We supply rainwater harvesting technology with solar-powered irrigation systems accompanied by other products like greenhouses, shade houses, screen houses, mulching technology, and various agricultural nets (Birdnets, shade nets, insect nets).

Our solution enables them to produce more quality food to improve nutrition security and boost incomes.

They also reduce vulnerability to drought, pests, diseases, and other climate-related risks and shocks; and improve the capacity to adapt and grow in the face of longer-term stresses like shortened seasons and erratic weather patterns.

Our products’ package includes consultation, farm visits, installation services, training, and ongoing customer support

We also offer flexible payment options enabling our customers to pay for the systems in easy monthly installments

Corporate Direction

Our Vision

To end hunger and any form of malnutrition in Africa by 2025.

Our Mission

To provide affordable, sustainable and durable climate-smart irrigation systems/services to our farmers.

Our Values

Excellence

To deliver the best services at all times.

Transparency

Clarity and transparency in all our transactions with our clients

Integrity

Doing the right thing at the right time.

People

We are passionate about supporting and growing people.

Why We Do What We Do

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!

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

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


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

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

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

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.

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.

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Head office address:

Hurlinghum - irrigation Hub Ke, marcus garvey road

Call for help:

+254 732 957 984
+254 112 148 880

Mail for information:

info@irri-hub.com