27 – 28 January 2016. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. This two-day interactive forum and exhibition brought together key public and private stakeholders from across the East African agricultural sector.
The 2016 conference programme included panel discussions and presentations such as access to markets and cross border trading, the promotion of livestock production and productivity to match
supply and demand and ensuring food security and commercial market viability.
- Juliet Kariuki, the Executive Director of the Tanzanian Investment Centre discussing the role of public and private partnerships
- Mark Blackett, the Regional Representative of Veco East Africa,
- Leonard Msemakweli, General Secretary from the Ugandan Co-operative Alliance,
- Johann Kotzé the Head of Agiculture Africa from First National Bank
The Agribusiness Congress East Africa analysed critical, strategic and practical issues, including actualising development and growth in agriculture, turning farming into a profitable business and decreasing post-harvest losses amidst the challenges posed by climate change.
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