Bayer Foundations has nominated Zenvus, my agtech business, for Aspirin Award – an award honoring companies which are “innovating to solve humanity’s grand challenges in health and nutrition”. The foundation wrote us last week. We are very thankful for the honor of being considered in this award from the makers of Aspirin. A powerful statement that brings humility: “We want to honor the most powerful social changemakers in the world – people with new answers for the challenges of society in areas connected to health and nutrition.”
I am so excited to hear about a farmer in Zamfara state who after receiving his Zenvus Boundary report made a special safe to preserve the document. Of course, we are not government but he was simply happy to have a piece of document recording his farmland. As we expand our agent network, using young people to map farmlands, we believe the formalization of informal assets will take hold step by step.
We want to honor the most powerful social changemakers in the world – people with new answers for the challenges of society in areas connected to health and nutrition.
Therefore, we organize the award in strategic partnership with non-profit organizations and leading entrepreneurship networks.
Carefully selected nominations will come from these networks. Self-nominations with the Bayer Foundations are not possible.