3D printing models of tools will facilitate work of female farmers in Africa
By means of new investments 3d4AgDev is going to make tools simplifying work for female farmers in Africa. The program on fund raising started thanks to efforts from Bill and Melinda Gates’s fund, also to the first step of financing from the Center of Agrarian and bioscientific researches at Municipal institute of Ireland Galway. Financial support will allow 3d4AgDev to develop the program 3D of the printing prototypes intended for simplification of work of female farmers, working in heavy aspects: specially for earth processing.
Small farmers very often feel an acute shortage of the innovative tools, capable to reduce time, work and cost. The purpose 3d4AgDev is to provide to the ladies working in malekhanky grounds, more operating methods of maintaining a farm that they became competitive in comparison with big farms. Such insignificant contribution has more long-term prospect for the farmers, earning on itself on bread manual skills. By data 3d4AgDev more than 1000 million small farms suffer from important costs of labor, I use work of ladies and children. The model is intended to reduce these costs by means of innovative instruments of fast prototyping that these ladies could make without the aid of others tools in coordination with aspects of their work.
3d4AgDev provides to the African farmers, and directly ladies in the region Sub-Sakharnom, possibility to make models of tools which local handicraftsmen and smiths can make. Anything unusual that such initiative will find eminent sponsors. Not essentially what blasting development as 3D the press, can essentially affect economy of Third World countries, and respectively on an economic condition of the advanced countries that is a quite good sign for innovator. Because globalization to a descent compresses and expands our world, perfectly know that people work over destruction of economic or geographical boundaries to help another simply to get access to the human benefits.