Nairobi Based Climate Tech Startup Secures $4 M Seed Funding’s commitment to innovation extends beyond technological advancements, aiming to benefit both people and the planet.

Nairobi Based Climate Tech Startup Secures $4 M Seed Funding

Nairobi’s climate-tech startup,, is making significant strides in addressing Africa’s environmental data gap through the innovative use of artificial intelligence (AI) and satellite technology.

The company has successfully secured $4 million in seed funding, led by Salesforce Ventures, the investment arm of Salesforce, and supported by Female Founders Fund, a venture capital firm dedicated to empowering women-led businesses. Previous investors, including Pale Blue Dot, Superorganism, and Satgana, also participated in this funding round, marking a pivotal moment for’s expansion into new markets.

Founded by AI innovation and technology expert Kate Kallot, is on a mission to confront Africa’s environmental data challenges and drive large-scale natural capital regeneration across the continent.

“We are developing technology tailored specifically for Africa to lead an economic transformation for the continent’s one billion people. Through our efforts to reduce risks in the initial stages of the global agricultural value chain, we focus on enhancing transparency, facilitating data access, and promoting greater economic inclusion for farmers. This presents a unique opportunity to initiate positive feedback loops that can reshape global food systems,” stated Kallot.’s commitment to innovation extends beyond technological advancements, aiming to benefit both people and the planet. The company seeks to empower corporations, farmers, and regulators by revolutionizing value chains.

With a particular focus on addressing climate risks within supply chains, climate-tech startup’s recent funding injection will expedite the expansion of its business and data infrastructure platform, facilitating sustainable growth and supporting broader business expansion.

Claudine Emeott, Vice President of Salesforce Ventures Impact Fund, expressed enthusiasm for supporting as a trailblazing company at the forefront of AI innovation and climate technology.

“’s advanced technology is positioned to redefine industries and drive transformative change. We are convinced that Amini is positioned for remarkable growth because of its innovative staff and dedication to expanding the frontiers of climate AI,” said Emeott.

Looking ahead, aims to empower the resilience of one billion people by 2030, establishing a single, reliable source of environmental data across Africa. The company has developed a comprehensive solution leveraging large-scale AI and space technologies, aiming to bring about systemic change, enhance supply chain resilience throughout Africa, and foster economic inclusiveness for farmers.

As climate change and environmental sustainability take center stage globally,’s work not only addresses Africa’s unique challenges but also positions the continent as a key player in the intersection of technology, climate, and economic development. The successful seed funding round signifies a vote of confidence in’s mission and paves the way for the company to make a lasting impact on the continent’s environmental landscape.