About Us


We Take the Challenge

Goal: To Stimulate economic activities by Providing economic and social solutions in improving the lives in Africa.

Objectives: To Light Up, Industrialize Smallholder Farmers, Turning Indigenous Plants into Phytomedicine, provide a skilled and knowledgeable workforce to Strengthen the Economy.

Rural women in particular, preyed upon by poverty and a lack of alternatives, are extremely vulnerable to deals in which they sell their produce below cost for the sake of having any income at all. They had no access to capital to grow their businesses, to information and no access to markets. During that period, considerable number of requests and enquiries were received from these producers, seeking investment opportunities, newer technologies and partnerships to scale up, grow their businesses and to increase productivity and efficiency.

Likewise, German small & medium business-communities were seeking to access and explore African markets through partnerships and investments…. and that was my starting point- to bridge the business gaps and bilaterally offer various services – Thus SAIMS was founded.

This was followed by an essential step, in-depth research to identify economic and social needs in the Sub-Saharan region, as well as pin-pointing industries that would serve as enablers, catalysts and stimuli to rural economic development. We identified agriculture, solar energy, water resources as sectors holding the key but, in desperate need for investment, partnerships and innovation. Our objective was and still is today, to find investors, innovation and partnerships to unlock the economic potential and social activities in the rural areas In economies perceived as “hopeless”, we saw GREAT potential and an opportunity to make the difference!

That sea levels are rising rapidly, extreme weather events that are no longer uncommon to most parts of the globe are destroying homes, medical facilities and other essential services? These disasters are resulting in over 60 000 deaths annually, mainly in developing countries.

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