Advancing the agenda of African women & youth in Agri-Business.


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.




Wed, Sep 23
The Nairobi Hospital Convention Centre
Sep 23, 8:00 AM GMT+3 – Sep 25, 5:00 PM GMT+3
The Nairobi Hospital Convention Centre, Argwings Kodhek Rd, Nairobi, Kenya
Africa's Food Safety, Quality, Regulatory & Laboratory Management Conference & Expo
Poultry Africa 2020
Wed, Oct 14
Sarit Centre
Oct 14, 8:00 AM GMT+3 – Oct 15, 5:00 PM GMT+3
Sarit Centre, Sarit Centre, Karuna Rd, Nairobi, Kenya
Kenya is one of Africa’s largest production and consumption markets for poultry and eggs in the continent.
Agrofood & plastprintpack Kenya
Tue, Nov 24
Sarit Centre
Nov 24, 8:00 AM GMT+3 – Nov 26, 5:00 PM GMT+3
Sarit Centre, Sarit Centre, Karuna Rd, Nairobi, Kenya
International Agriculture, Plastics, Printing and Packaging Trade Show
Agrofood & plastprintpack Ivory Coast
Wed, Dec 09
Radisson Blu Hotel, Abidjan Airport
Dec 09, 8:00 AM GMT – Dec 11, 12:00 PM GMT
Radisson Blu Hotel, Abidjan Airport, Boulevard de l'Aéroport, Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire
The 7th edition of agro-food West Africa on 09 to 11 December 2020 at the Radisson Blu Hotel Abidjan Airport


Prof. Ahmed


Director: AU-IBAR

Nairobi, Kenya

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

Julia Klöckner, Federal Minister for Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection; Germany

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.

Eva Shitaala,

Namibia Champion


We have received training on access to markets which has helped me to prepare documentations for exports. I have also gained a pool of connections interested in buying my products. AWAN Afrika connected me to women in Agribusiness in Africa. It has exposed me to exhibition and networking events in Africa and abroad.  The programme enabled me to see what other women are doing and improve my products.

Alexis Juma,

Kenya Champion

Joining networks like AWAN AFRIKA helps to accelerate and facilitate the growth of small businesses to access information and opportunities. It is definitely a place I want to stay in.

Lamisse Kandil,

Morocco Champion

What impresses me is the strength of the network.  I developed my network in East Africa! I also got to understand that we have similar issues so we share solutions.

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