Since 2015, Safi Organics has worked with more than 10,000 farmers to build long-term sustainable farming practices, by sharing best practices in small-scale agricultural production and manufacturing and providing organic fertilizer that meets farmers’ needs. Our farmers have chosen us because we care about the food grown, the resources we use, the people we employ, the communities we serve and the planet we all share. 
The positive impact of organic fertilizer continues to be essential. Over the last two years, international supply chain disruptions have caused price spikes by as much as 100% and the unavailability of fertilizers in rural communities. The result is an acute food security crisis in many communities. However, locally produced organic fertilizer has remained in stable supply and at a less expensive price.
Our farmers are proof positive of the benefits of using organic fertilizer and the impact we are creating every day. We hope their stories inspire action towards greater sustainable farming solutions



Jepkering Singoei is a very busy farmer, mother and grandmother. She often works alone on the farm but looks forward to the times when her grandchildren are at the farm and they work the fields together.

When she was young, farming was good. “While we waited for the rains to come, we planted our maize and beans. The harvests were bountiful, and pests were never seen on the farm. Over time, the farm became polluted with the use of synthetic fertilizer with harvest yields decreasing year over year.” Like some other micro-farmers, Jepkering was skeptical. “I am now a strong supporter of organic fertilizer. It is cheaper than synthetic fertilizer and now I look forward to harvesting my crops.”


Joyce Kamande’s personal experience dealing with the effects of soil degradation and resulting food insecurity has fueled her enthusiasm and passion to empower rural smallholder farmers through sustainable agricultural practices.

As Chief Operations Officer, Joyce knows the “start-up” culture of Safi Organics encourages team members to take risks and be creative and innovative. Being part of the Safi team has expanded her knowledge of circular economies and systemic solutions to climate change. Joyce has big dreams for Safi’s future “I envision the establishment of many more Safi Organics production facilities in Kenya,
providing 200,000+ farmers with organic fertilizers.”


Stephen Too describes himself as a businessman, farmer, and father of five. On his 3-acre farm, he grows maize. While Stephen only recently switched to organic fertilizer from synthetic fertilizer, he had been looking forward to the change for a long time. He comments that “climate change has demanded that farmers be extremely vigilant about their choices.” He knew the benefits of Safi Organic fertilizer from friends
who are also farmers.

They too see organic fertilizer as a far more effective choice. Not only is organic fertilizer cheaper than synthetic fertilizer, but Stephen has also already seen an improvement in the soil structure and a reduction of crop “pests”. In just a short period of time, his crops already look healthier. Stephen says he “looks forward to progressive increases in harvest yields with added health benefits for consumers and with no added pollution!”


Titus Kipkoech is a sales and marketing representative with Safi Organics. As a new employee, Titus is quick to point out that he joined Safi Organics because he shares the same vision; he too wants to eradicate poverty among rural farmers.

Titus believes that the positive team-centered culture at Safi has given him the confidence and the
motivation to work with farmers to improve crop yields sustainably. Titus knows that managing
expenditures while increasing yields is always top of mind for farmers. He often finds that potential
customers are interested in using organic fertilizer, but it takes time for farmers to trust the results.

He takes the time to show customers that organic fertilizer is truly the best fertilizer and is sustainably produced. The facts speak for themselves.