In a country like Mali where weather conditions are unpredictable, and transaction costs are high, financing of the agricultural sector is considered a high-risk investment by financial institutions. Access to finance is a headache for farmers who have trouble getting a loan with the bank.To solve this challenge, Doun Ka Fa, a Malian company that produces and distributes improved seeds and fertilizers saw the potential of combining digital technology with inputs provision by launching a mobile savings platform called Dôni-Dôni that means “little by little” in Bambara language. The platform offers farmers the opportunity to save small amounts of money via their mobile phone and to use these savings to buy inputs packages. Three different products are available, depending on the size of the farm: ¼ ha (EUR 50), ½ ha (EUR 100) and 1 ha (EUR 200). Inputs are provided via convenience kiosks and agronomic advice is offered via a phone helpdesk and on-the-ground extension officers.