Did you know?

  • 1/5 people suffer from starvation (<1600kc/day) in Africa

  • An average smallholding family in Kenya earns $1.4 per day

  • The Paris Climate Agreement challenges us to limit global to 1.5 degrees celsius 

  • Slash and burn agriculture techniques contributed to the 136,000ha of natural forest lost in 2020 

  • 60% of sub-Saharan Africa consists of small hold farmers (23% GDP comes from agriculture)

​Here at BIOSORRA, we are driven by dual goals; to boost agricultural output while removing carbon from the atmosphere. In doing so, we tackle some of the world’s most pressing issues, such as climate change, deforestation, starvation and poverty. We want to provide solutions to these problems by helping local farmers in sub-Saharan Africa increase their yield, and capture carbon in the process. We strive to build productive relationships and make a positive impact in all our endeavours


What We Do

Furthering our cause is the most important goal of our organization. We seek to support, empower, and provide high quality resources to our community in a safe and secure environment. Our success isn’t measured in terms of wealth or profit margin, but by the value we provide to those we serve.


Our Product


We provide a soil improver, BIOCHAR, to boost your crop yield and replenish your soil.


One Step at a time

At BIOSORRA, we are dedicated to providing yield increases for farmers in Kenya. Currently, average yields are not at their potential, but through cooperation and community empowerment we hope to change this. We are striving to make a difference, and invite you to learn more and lend your support.

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Helping the Community

Climate & Socio-economical benefits

We aim to promote opportunities for smallholders and farming cooperatives. Biochar improves farmers' livelihoods and increases average food production.

Sequesters CO2

Meet the goals set by the Paris Agreement

Biochar does not only increase crop yields through soil enhancement, but also sequesters carbon and reduces CO2 emission in the atmosphere. If you find our sustainability strategy in line with the vision of your company please contact us. We are able to offset your CO2 emissions.


"Out of the long list of nature’s gifts to man, none is perhaps so utterly essential to human life as soil."

Hugh Hammond Bennett

Who we Are

We are a group of graduate students from IESE Business School passionate about creating opportunities for smallholder farmers and with a strong belief in creating a more sustainable future for all. Coming from different backgrounds and countries, we aim to impact +10M people across the globe, reduce malnutrition and poverty while offsetting CO2 emissions through carbon sequestration.

Our dedicated team of experienced professionals are ready to create impact, using their unique skills and passion to move the work of our Agricultural Support Service forward. Meet some of our core team members below.

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Inés Serra

CEO (Chief Executive Officer)

Inés co-founded BIOSORRA and has shown unwavering commitment to its mission from day one. With her architectural and consulting background at McKinsey, she aims to ensure BIOSORRA's growth and see it expand across sub-Saharan Africa in the coming 10 years.

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Meet our advisors

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Logistics & Supply Chain professor IESE Business School, Africa expert

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Frederik Ronsse

Biochar expert, professional Guidance, Ghant University

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Justina Mutale

African Ambassador Best African Woman of The year


Valued Partnerships


Hult Prize and United Nations

Hult Prize Accelerator phase ongoing finalists


IESE Business School

Best selected idea from IESE Business School



Organization that provides educational farming in Ghana