It is a promising Palestinian company led by two young women who have already tested their product. The team aspires to create a complete production line for energy mix of organic fertilizers with bacteria that provides plants with more growth, endurance and most importantly, chemical fertilizer replacement. The desired result is an increase in productivity per dunum, provision of organic and healthy products, and environmentally friendly use that protects natural resources.
The idea is to develop an online platform to connect farmers with consumers. This platform will contact farmers and allow them to market their agricultural products on the platform, while the company’s team will do all necessary marketing and promotion operations including taking pictures of the products.
An emerging entrepreneurial company that won the best entrepreneurial idea award and was incubated from the Business and Technology Incubator of the Islamic University - Gaza. It works on the dates value chain by converting date seeds and dates into caffeine-free coffee, as well as producing many different types of coffee, and is one of the pioneers in adding flavors to coffee, as well as working on forming dates and producing chocolate. The idea has won many different awards and is growing.
The idea is to create an integrated system for managing and marketing livestock farms, in addition to creating a platform for managing investments in the livestock sector. The team of two young entrepreneurs are working on the idea but they don't have any prototype yet. The support required is the development of the electronic system as well as the work of a supply chain with small producers.
Reuse of sewage sludge from stone cutting to produce calcium nitrate as an inorganic fertilizer for agricultural use: the wastewater from sewage sludge will be converted into fertilizer that can be used to improve agriculture in Palestine, thus getting rid of harmful substances and providing nutrients to plants that will produce a good return. It is good to mention that these fertilizers are not allowed to be imported into Palestine by Israel, so this will provide an alternative to locally producing these fertilizers. The team, made up of researchers and chemists, is still in the study stage and needs more tests before moving on to the next stage.