Over the last 14 years Agricane has been involved in the implementation of some of the largest agricultural development projects in southern and central Africa and completed assignments in the following:-
BABATOR PROJECT, Ghana (2012-13)
Feasibility to develop a green fields agricultural project of 6,000ha of irrigated area for the purposes of producing food crops to include commercial, outgrower and small-grower components. Model farm currently under construction.
TALISIMA ESTATE, Angola (2014)
Feasibility study to rehabilitate this 5000ha estate for mixed row cropping and irrigation development.
SAVANNAH ESTATE, Nigeria (2013-14)
Feasibility study to rehabilitate the 6,000ha sugar cane plantation and to expand by another 4,000ha.
METUCHIRA ESTATE, Mozambique (2013)
Feasibility study for the development of 4,500ha of centre pivot and MDL sugar cane irrigation, off river storage, bulk water supplies and farm infrastructure.
HIPPO VALLEY SMALL GROWER DEVELOPMENT, Zimbabwe (2012)
Feasibility study of development options for the expansion of sugarcane area of 4,000ha to be divided into 200 small scale farm units.
COFAMOSA, Mozambique (2010)
Feasibility study to develop 29,000ha of irrigation land primarily with sugar cane in the Moamba and Magude districts.
SISILI-KULPAWN IRRIGTION PROJECT, Ghana (2012-13)
Feasibility study to develop a green fields agricultural project of 18,000ha of irrigated area for the purposes of producing food and sugar crops to include commercial, outgrower and small-grower components.
BAGAMOYO, Tanzania (2007 – 2010)
Feasibility study and bankable project document for a project planned to develop 10,000ha of sugar cane in the Bagamoyo region for ethanol production and then subsequently revised for sugar and power production.
TRIANGLE DEVELOPMENT OPTIONS, Zimbabwe (2009 - 2010)
Feasibility analysis of development options for the Zimbabwe sugar industry - using existing & projected water supplies. Work included project analysis from soil surveys to semi-detailed block design and cost analyses for 5,000 ha of cane on Triangle and Mwanezana.
XINAVANE SMALL GROWERS, Xinavane, Mozambique 2009
Feasibility study to raise funds for the development of 1,200ha of small grower cane using a consortium of funds from EU to commercial banks. This project was implemented in 2010 and 2011.
MARKALA SUGAR DEVELOPMENT, Mali (2006 - 2007)
Commissioned to carry out a Feasibility Report to for Phase 1 (4,500ha) and extrapolate costs to develop from virgin land 15,000ha of irrigated sugarcane development off the Niger River.
MASSINGIR ETHANOL DEVELOPMENT, Mozambique (2006)
Carried out a Pre-feasibility study to develop 15,000ha of sugarcane for Ethanol production and Co-generation situated South East of the Massingir Dam in Gaza Province, Southern Mozambique.
LOMAZ Small Holder Sugar Project, Zimbabwe (1997)
Feasibility for the Development of a 1,000ha of Small Grower Cane in various communal and resettlement areas in the Bindura district.
TICA BLOCK, Mozambique (1995/6)
Feasibility study to develop 2500ha of Sugar cane on land attached to the Mafambisse Sugar Mill in Mozambique. This included 500ha of Small Growers and 1,500ha of large private growers and some Miller-cum-Planter cane.