The AfricaFertilizer.org (AFO) initiative is the premier source for fertilizer statistics and information in Africa. It is hosted by the International Fertilizer Development Center and supported by several partners key among them being the International Fertilizer Association, Argus Media, and Development Gateway. Since 2009, AFO has been collecting, processing, and publishing fertilizer production, trade, and consumption statistics for the main fertilizer markets in sub-Sahara Africa. AFO has an extensive network of fertilizer industry players in the main fertilizer trade corridors, and maintains key information on major producers, their production facilities and capacities, importers/suppliers, various distribution channels, and agricultural service suppliers.
Fertilizers Europe represents the majority of fertilizer producers in Europe and is recognized as the dedicated industry source of information on mineral fertilizers. The association communicates with a wide variety of institutions, legislators, stakeholders and members of the public who seek information on fertilizer technology and topics relating to today’s agricultural, environmental and economic challenges
Hellenic Fertilizers’ Association (also known with the Greek akronym SPEL) is a professional association founded in 1995 and based in Athens, Greece. SPEL represents the manufacture and trade companies that are active in the sector of fertilizers and plant nutrients. The Association counts 58 members, covering 98% of the Greek fertilizer market. Our member companies represent all activities related to the production, trade, transport and distribution of all types of fertilizers, complying with the requirements of National, European and International laws.
IFDC is a public international organization active in 20 countries in Africa, Asia, and America. IFDC uniquely approaches the global issues of food security and poverty by bridging the gap between research and impact, combining science-based innovations, holistic market systems development, an enabling policy environment, and strategic partnerships to assist farmers and countries to identify and scale sustainable agricultural solutions, including improved nutrient use efficiency. These approaches are needed to boost soil health and crop productivity while reducing the environmental impact of fertilizer use. IFDC translates research into action by using locally driven, environmentally sound, and impact-oriented solutions. With our partners, we seek to close the yield gap, eradicate global hunger, safeguard the soils on which our lives depend, and generate economic resilience for farming households and the countries in which they live