Promoting investments of rural MSMEs

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Who we are

The Agri-Business Facility for Africa (ABF) is a programme of German Development Cooperation launched in 2020 and designed as a pan-African knowledge and advisory hub. Our interdisciplinary and international team of advisors is based in Germany, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, and South Africa.

We support interested development programmes, African organisations, and companies to introduce, implement, and manage tried-and-tested agribusiness trainings in large scale. In addition, we advise on demand on digitalisation and sustainable anchorage of these trainings and develop innovative solutions for and with our partners. During COVID-19, we further improved our digital advisory portfolio and can now proudly call us “digital pioneers” in the agribusiness sector. Our services help to foster the knowledge, skills of rural micro, small and medium entrepreneurs (MSME) operating in African agro-food value chains and to unfold their potential as suppliers, investors, and employers, and to manage risks.

Your objectives and what we do

Your objective is to improve performance and skills of such rural MSMEs and their professional organisations? Please contact us. We manage and provide knowledge, approaches, tools, and networks in 3 areas:

We work for your impact

Upon demand, we advise partners – development programs, national or regional organisations and companies – in more than 25 African countries and via our expert network in 4 Asian countries on more than 40 value chains.

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Please contact us if you are interested in our advisory or have any questions.

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Agri-Business Facility for Africa (ABF)

Team leader: Dr. Annemarie Matthess
Deputy team leader: Veronika Kling

Deutsche Gesellschaft für International Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Dag-Hammarskjöld-Weg 1-5
65760 Eschborn
Germany

For inquiries:
info@agribusiness-facility.org

Please visit for additional information:
Agribusiness Facility for Africa: promoting investments of small rural entrepreneurs (giz.de)