About Us

PASARKITA is a Malaysia based technology company offering urban gardeners to grow and sell online pesticide free vegetables, fruits and herbs from garden to table. Our urban gardeners are from residents association, organizations, institutions, schools and home owners deliver fresh produce to buyers. PASARKITA was launch in early March 2018. The idea of PASARKITA was to assist bottom 40% income groups, retiree and housewife to earn extra income in urban areas.


Pasarkita emphasizes on addressing the importance of job creation as well as the collation and application of quality data trends for the benefit of users, communities and policymakers.

Our goal is to address urban food security through Pasarkita online community-supported agriculture platform.


Create an optimal knowledge sharing platform for like minded communities which provides a sustainable ecosystem for urban farming and addresses the needs of food security as well as stimulating the economy.


Team members

Founded by a group of technopreneurs with team members who love urban community gardening and healthty lifestyle.



Advisory services for Pasarkita decision making for innovation uptake precision farming.

Collaboration Partners


TOP 4, MaGIC Agritech Bootcamp 2021

Focusing on the goal of food sovereignty, safety and security – smart farming is ultimately an integral component of the solution. Agriculture is still one of Malaysia’s most important industries, contributing significantly to the country’s GDP. With climate change causing continuous disruption and volatility in weather patterns, increasing population, a surge in demand and supply for quality food, land degradation, sustainability, and regulatory pressures, further technological exploration and integration is unavoidable if the sector is to be developed effectively.


SEtia is a rigorous 4-week training programme that consists of entrepreneurship development modules as well as exposure to creative and innovative business strategies to maximise social impact and profit, active discussions and immersive visits to existing social enterprises. The programme will also provide opportunity for the social entrepreneurs involved to meet with successful and seasoned entrepreneurs and SMEs, who will share fresh perspectives, advice and tips. Application for SEtia will open from 13 January 2020 till 28 February 2020.


Selangor Accelerator Programme (SAP) is a top-tier accelerator that targets 30 local high-potential startups by providing an intensive 4 month programme. Qualifiers will receive through training by SAP to be an investor-ready company from idea validation to growth stage.

Hence, veteran mentors will share thier expertise in pitching, product-market fit, digital marketing, legal, funding and data analytics. It is a great opportunity for startups to enhance and receive constructive feedback from industry experts, professional trainers, along with industry peers and contemporaries.

1337 Accelaretor Program 2020

The 1337 Accelerator (pronounced leet accelerator) was formed to fund aspiring new and existing startups in the app development space. We love Mobile Games but we’re also open to apps that are pushing boundaries such as hardware integrated ones or even in verticals such as healthcare and education. If you think your ideas are breaking grounds, we want to hear them!


Local Agenda 21 (LA 21) is one of the programs decided at the United Nations Commissions On Environmnet And Development (UNCED) summit in 1992, otherwise known as the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

The conference has given the international awareness of the importance of focusing on development and environmental issues while keeping sustainable development a top priority. The highlight of the conference was the agenda of Agenda 21, a catalyst for a more serious sustainable development effort with the cooperation of 179 countries that officially signed it and nearly 12,000 local authorities expressing their commitment to implement sustainable development in national development strategies. As such, local authorities are responsible for working with other stakeholders, including local communities, the private sector, government agencies and non-governmental organizations to make this global agenda a success.