In 2019, B2R Scholars, Elias Kagabo (Trinity College) and Nadine Iradukunda (Ashesi University) founded Pellet Group, which seeks to increase crop yields and empower farmers by providing them with organic, affordable, and environmentally-friendly fertilizers.

Today, Elias and Nadine work alongside B2R Fellow, Larissa Isimbi Ndimbira (Hendrix College) and fellow colleagues, Eric Murwanashyaka (Earth University); Theoneste Niyomushumba (Ashesi University); and Jean Claude Nsengiyumva (Earth University), to collect organic waste from urban residences and restaurants and process them into organic fertilizer in the form of pellets. Their main objectives are to ensure that the fertilizers are produced in Rwanda, delivered on time,  affordable for farmers, and contain sufficient nutrients required for the growth of most crops grown in Rwanda.