Fertilizer Association of South Africa (FERTASA)
The Fertilizer Society of South Africa was established in 1959. It was restructured in 2014, when it became known as the Fertilizer Association of Southern Africa (Fertasa). The Association represents the fertilizer industry in Southern Africa, with its members producing, trading, blending and distributing fertilizer products across this region. Fertasa’s purpose is to act as the recognised and preferred body that promotes the image of the fertilizer industry by 1) Promoting the integrity of its members and building preferential trust for their products and services; 2) Enhancing and protecting the interests of its members through effective engagement with government and organised agriculture.
International Fertilizer Association (IFA)
The International Fertilizer Association (IFA) was founded in 1927 and is the only global fertilizer association with a membership of 480 companies in 68 countries. 45% of IFA's membership is based in developing economies. IFA Members represent 75-80% of global fertilizer production.
International Fertilizer Development Corporation (IFDC)
Since 1974, IFDC has focused on increasing and sustaining food security and agricultural productivity in over 100 developing countries through the development and transfer of effective and environmentally sound crop nutrient technology and agribusiness expertise.
International Zinc Association (IZA)
The International Zinc Association (IZA) was created in 1991 by a group of leading zinc producers and is guided by the principal of undertaking actions that positively influence the market and image of zinc. The Association’s primary goal is to deliver value to its Members through innovative programs in its strategic focus areas of Environment and Sustainable Development, Technology and Market Development and Communications.
West Africa Fertilizer Association (WAFA)
The West African Fertilizer Association (WAFA) was born from the will of the fertilizer sector players in the region to join forces to meet the fertilizers challenges and it represents all ECOWAS countries member. The association companies members are sharing common opportunities and difficulties and think together to find sustainable solutions by combining their means and their energies in order to promote a sustainable agriculture and as an environment favorable to the farmers.
Since 2009, AfricaFertilizer.org encourages and coordinates partnerships and data-sharing mechanisms that provide information in two main areas:1. Fertilizer statistics, such as production, trade, consumption, prices, production capacities and fertilizer use per crop. 2. Fertilizer market intelligence, including fertilizer policies and regulations, subsidy programs, business and product directories, publications and news.
Agro Dealers Association of South Africa (ADASA)
The Agro input dealers Association of Southern Africa (ADASA) is the national apex organization for all agro-input dealers in South Africa. It was established in 2017 for the purpose of empowering the most disadvantaged Agro dealer SMMEs to render Agro dealer businesses next to the Agricultural SMMEs entrepreneurs farming locations in order to cut travelling costs and save time. We the members of ADASA believe that the private sector input dealers are the engine of growth for the Southern Africa agricultural sector and are a prime force behind the modernization of South Africa Agriculture and the achievement of national food security resulting from improved yields.