Grow Africa partners will convene the annual Grow Africa Investment Forum from 2-4June in Cape Town, South Africa and feed into the 2015 World Economic Forum on Africa. Guests of the World Economic Forum's Africa Regional Summitt may access the same information on the Toplink Engagement Platform. Inquiries about participating in the Grow Africa Investment Forum may be sent to info@growafrica.com. The Grow Africa Investment Forum is the premier annual gathering of partners, investors and stakeholders in the Grow Africa network. The event will convene over 350 leaders of business, government, civil society, international organisations, farmer associations and other to advance progress on specific agriculture investment projects and partnerships in the 12 Grow Africa countries.  Participation in the Grow Africa Investment Forum is by invitation only, at the discretion of the convening partners. Invitation to the Investment Forum is independent of and does not imply participation in the World Economic Forum on Africa. Guests of the World Economic Forum's Africa Regional Summitt may access the same information on the Toplink Engagement Platform Inquiries about participating in the Grow Africa Investment Forum may be sent to info@growafrica.com
Third Business Advisory Working Group In-person Meeting to take place at the Southern Sun Maputo Hotel  08:30 - 14:00 on  Wednesday 25 February, 2015 .  Help us in preparing for the meeting by completing a short Labor Survey here
Marking the historic opportunity of the Year of Food Security and Nutrition in Africa, and following successful events in Addis Ababa in 2012 and Cape Town in 2013, this year’s Grow Africa Investment Forum will provide an opportunity for companies, farmers and governments to further accelerate sustainable agricultural growth in Africa.  The Grow Africa Investment Forum in Abuja in Sheraton Conference Centre will discuss how to attract investments, meet the challenges and design for the 21st Century focusing on the role of the private sector in the year of food security and nutrition.  Grow Africa works to advance sustainable agricultural growth by facilitating alignment and partnership among all relevant stakeholders including African governments, farmers, the local and global private sector, international organizations and development partners, and civil society.