Today, over 150,000 small farms in Africa, Asia, and South America are proving that drip systems work. Small farmers are growing more food with less water—and making a profit doing it. But many farmers fail. Because it takes more than pipes and well wishes. It takes a comprehensive set of tools.
We’re a group of realists and idealists.
We’re excited about the pockets of progress we’ve already seen, but we’re also fully aware of the challenges to widespread adoption. What inspires us is the 500 million smallholder farmers that could dramatically increase their production. That’s why the Drip+ Alliance was formed, to collaborate on ways to break through the critical bottlenecks that have prevented drip technology from achieving its potential.