Abdullah Abyad Raied
Last Update: 8 March 2020
Raied’s passion to empower rural farmers led him to start Khamar-e, an agritech firm based in Bangladesh that works to improve dairy farming through technology. Among many services, Khamar-e enables data-driven farming by predicting fertility times and diseases in dairy cattle, improving efficiency and drastically reducing costs. Within the next five years, Raied and his team aim to revive this struggling industry and create more jobs as dairy farming gets easier, particularly for rural women. Ultimately, affordable pure milk will help solve the nutrition crisis as Bangladesh moves towards becoming a healthier nation.