Grow Africa, a programme of the African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD), today announced the signing of 7 term sheets that will result in a total of over $200,000,000 of new investment in...
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Grow Africa works to increase private sector investment in agriculture, and accelerate the execution and impact of investment commitments. The aim is to enable countries to realise the potential of...
Grow Africa and the African Development Bank signed, on Wednesday, 12 June 2019, a grant agreement of US$1 million to implement Grow Africa’ African Agribusiness Engine, which is a private sector i
The Country Agribusiness Partnership Framework stocktaking validation meeting and launch was officially held in Abuja Nigeria on the 16thMay 2019.The event specifically served to validate the stoc
Grow Africa, through Country Agribusiness Partnership Framework (CAP-F), is a unique model for forging the connections between the public and private sectors needed to support the growth of the agr
Uganda Animal Industry Investment Facilitation Conference – Partnering for Agricultural transformatio
In the next 30-40 years the demand for animal source foods will grow rapidly in the African continent due to growth in human population, increasing consumer purchasing power and urbanization.
“Private sector including farmers are expected to co-finance activities amounting to 46% of the total National Agriculture Investment Plan (NAIP) budget in Malawi. With such responsibility resting
“Eswatini is open for business!” That was the resounding message coming from the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Eswatini, His Excellence, the Right Honourable Mandvulo Ambrose Dlamini during an e
Grow Africa and the Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN) for Africa both operate in the agriculture space.
African banks, insurance institutions and investors have been challenged to relax their stringent requirements for the funding of emerging agribusiness ventures on the continent.
The Grow Africa programme has embarked on a drive geared at reaching out to the South African agri-business community with the intention of establishing meaningful partnerships and raising its prof