Locally operated agribusinesses create jobs and help farmers build sustainable livelihoods. These businesses are reliable, long-term buyers for local produce and offer farmers a buffer against the price fluctuations that are endemic to the market. The Clinton Hunter Development Initiative (CHDI) and Rwandan co-investors established Mount Meru Soyco Limited, a large soy processing business that will produce cooking oil. Soyco will supply the Rwandan market, create jobs, and expand export opportunities. The company is a reliable buyer of smallholder crops for more than 24,000 CDI smallholder project participants. With a focus on improving soil health and climate resilience, CDI is partnering with the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa, working with more than 24,000 farmers across Rwanda.