We are a digital platform that connects farmers with a reliable means of transport for their either farm produce or inputs, agricultural farm inputs companies, and transporters in order to increase farmers’ income. We have pioneered an alternative system that replaces the use of middlemen in the agricultural ecosystem. The platform combines a logistics and market facilitation mechanism to enable the farmers to maximize return on their investment. On top of that, farmers also receive climate/seasons information which enables them to plan on when to start planting and what to plant to maximize their agricultural productivity. We have adopted partnerships approach in achieving this goal, such as the partnership with EBBO Sacco, Mbarara to help create awareness of our solution, and also integrate the financial solution.
Farmer Platform Market
Farmer uses the platform to search for available means of transport for their farm inputs and produce, requests for reliable means of transport to transport goods to the market and gains high income from selling his produce directly to the buyer
Ntuha currently runs its operations in Mbarara town with offices at Bam complex Building. The Mbarara office is the headquarters of Ntuha and offers online logistics and package delivery services to both drivers and commuters in Mbarara and surrounding areas. Physical Address: Bam Complex Building, High street.
Tel: +256 (0) 704 444 481 or +256 (0) 703 03 7087
Offices Opening up soon!
In an effort to extend the service to other parts of the country, ntuha is opening a new office in Kabale District at the end of July along Kabale - Kisoro road. We believe that the extension to Kabale district will enable extend our services to the people (farmers) that most need it and help Ntuha serve south western region better.
Ntuha plans to extend to Karamoja and Northern Uganda region. This is after the success of business in Mbarara. Karamoja office will be opened up in Moroto at the beginning of December and the northern Uganda office will be opened up in Gulu. The two regions pose a great need for Ntuha services.