Agilis is a food and agriculture enterprise that exists to empower Ugandans to feed Africa.
Our mission is to empower Ugandans to feed Africa
To feed Africa, we grow, transform and partner
Agilis is the largest producer of grains and oilseeds in Uganda through Asili Farms, the group's farming division.
We acquire and develop idle land, unlocking the potential of Uganda's rich soils.
We produce maize, soybeans and other grains and oilseeds on 13,500 acres according to high-yielding sustainable farming practices.
Agilis is unleashing human potential through agricultural commercialization.
We introduce, adapt and transfer agricultural practices that increase yield potential, improve long-term soil health and strengthen producers' climate-change-resilience. Our work impacts over 15,000 farmers annually.
We are a leading employer of Ugandans, especially women and youth. In a subsistence-dominated industry, we are equipping Ugandans with the technical and business skills for a flourishing industry. We employ over 650 people.
Agilis is a vital partner to agricultural commodity producers and users.
Through the Joseph Initiative, the group's grain management and trading division, we source, aggregate, handle and store produce. We unlock high value markets for smallholders.
We are a commodity supply partner to hundreds of food manufacturers and protein producers across the region. These customers depend on Agilis to reliably and affordably feed hundreds of thousands of East Africans annually.
Agilis produces, outsources and markets grains and oilseeds
leading grain and oilseed producer in uganda
Asili Farms is the largest grain and oilseed producer in Uganda on 13,500 acres of land in Northwestern Uganda.
Grain and Oilseed Origination & Distribution
Leading grain and oilseed WHOLESALER in Uganda
Joseph Initiative (JI) is Uganda's leading grain and oilseed aggregator and wholesaler. Through JI, Agilis aggregates grains and oilseeds from Asili Farms and smallholder farmers. JI supplies food manufacturers, aid markets and protein producers.
Developing Business Skills for an Agriculture Economy
Empowering Ugandan Women through Agricultural Skills
Transforming Lives through Personal and Career Growth