Advancing the agenda of African women and youth in agribusiness

Africa Women Agribusiness Network(AWAN) Afrika is a non profit organization limited by guarantee. Its network that comprises of individual members’ businesses including producers, processors, aggregators, export companies and input suppliers among others across the continent and globally. The organization provides women-owned and youth-owned agribusinesses with an E-Hub, which is a repository of information on agriculture along value chains and supply chains. AWAN Afrika Under 30 champions are the youth of either gender engaged in agribusiness.






Prof. Ahmed


We are very pleased to partner with the best experts on the continent in this venture, African Women Agribusiness Network (AWAN) -Afrika

Julia Klöckner

What a great job AWAN-Afrika is doing by incorporating women in this whole discussion and bringing their concerns and issues to the fore" during her keynote speech this morning, at the German-African Agribusiness Forum.

Ebla Hassan,

Kenya Champion

I'm grateful that AWAN Afrika has considered even young people like me who are from rural and marginalized areas. I'm motivated to even mobilize others to join the network.

Francesca Opuku, Ghana Champion

AWAN Afrika is very relevant because compared to ten years ago, women and youth are doing much more than the basics in agriculture.

Sarah Ngwenya,

Zambia Champion

AWAN Afrika has been able to link us with other markets across the continent. They have made it easy for us to network and their training on quality standards was important for me.

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