The first resource centre which offers free services to breeders and livestock farmers and while promoting the advantages of Free (and Premium) Farm4Trade applications.

The goal is to provide the community and our clients with a comfortable and accessible experience, where they can take the information needed to manage their farms. Offering a physical space make it accessible to passersby, encourages walk-in and creates a buzz in the community. Namibia is the country chosen for the pilot project that will be operational by the end of 2018. The first Farm4Trade Resource Centre will be broadly supported by an agreement with the Faculty of Agriculture and Natural Resources of the University of Namibia (UNAM) to collaborate on the implementation of the project in this country. We will work together in preparation and execution of the training activity for farmers. In order to do that, we will involve and give job opportunities to students to promote the activities in their community.


Products and services with high technological value for the livestock sector.


We provide, in collaboration with the Faculty of Agriculture and Natural Resources (FANR) – University of Namibia (UNAM), training services for breeders which will take place in classroom.

WiFi & Workstations

Free internet connection and workstations to access Farm4Trade applications.


Consulting services for nutrition, disinfection, characterization and analysis.


A well stocked coffee bar.


Digitized training contents and distance learning courses with tutoring service and remote support.

The Farm4Trade Café will be a resource centre whose purpose is the implementation of a “Youth Entrepreneurship Development Program” with a vision for lasting, inclusive and sustainable economic growth.

Objectivies are:


Encourage youth entreneurship;

Modernize livestock sector through the introduction and promotion of new technologies;

Educate breeders on the management and economic aspects of the company;

Improve farm productivity by professionally managing reproductive and nutritional aspects and applying genetic improvement plans;

Prevent the abandonment of rural areas through the creation of new jobs;

Advance animal identification and traceability by improving food safety.

Project realized with the contribution of AICS