This report, stemming from three months of intensive research and building on research conducted in 2022 in Kenya, delves into post-production stages of the agricultural value chain. Discover ten key findings, including the lowering of entry barriers, the role of social media in traditional and newer value chains, and the untapped potential for rural agripreneurs. The study compares Senegal’s experience with social agriculture against Kenya, Ghana, and Nigeria, highlighting unique insights and challenges. Uncover the strategies employed by women agripreneurs, the financial mechanisms like crowdfunding gaining traction, and the collaborative learning facilitated by social networks. Concluding with recommendations from agripreneurs and for broader stakeholders, this report provides valuable insights for those interested in fostering sustainable agricultural growth in Senegal and beyond.