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25 - 26 June 2024, Landmark Centre, Lagos, Nigeria

Market Access Africa 2024 to Feature Key Nigerian Agricultural Associations

Market Access Africa (MAA) 2024, set for June 25-26 at the Landmark Centre, is expected to be a significant event for the agricultural sector. This year’s event will see the presence of key Nigerian agricultural associations, offering unparalleled opportunities for networking and business relationships through the Value Chain Connect platform.

  • Potato Farmers Association of Nigeria (POFAN): POFAN represents the interests of potato farmers across Nigeria, advocating for better farming practices, access to markets, and the overall development of the potato industry.
  • Association of Nigerian Exporters (ANE): ANE promotes Nigerian exporters by providing support and resources to enhance their access to international markets, helping them navigate export challenges and opportunities.
  • Commercial Dairy Ranchers Association of Nigeria (CODARAN): CODARAN focuses on the interests of commercial dairy ranchers, working to improve dairy production, market access, and the development of the dairy industry in Nigeria.
  • National Ginger Association of Nigeria (NGAN): NGAN is dedicated to the promotion and development of Nigeria’s ginger industry, supporting farmers with resources, training, and market access to enhance ginger production and export.
  • Rice Farmers Association of Nigeria (RIFAN): RIFAN advocates for rice farmers, promoting improved farming practices, access to quality inputs, and better market opportunities to boost Nigeria’s rice production and food security.
  • National Cashew Association of Nigeria (NCAN): NCAN represents cashew producers, focusing on improving cashew cultivation, processing, and export, while also addressing the challenges faced by farmers in the cashew value chain.
  • Farmer’s Development Union (FADU): FADU is committed to the empowerment and development of farmers in Nigeria, providing support in areas such as capacity building, access to finance, and market linkages to enhance agricultural productivity.
  • Nigerian Association of Women in Agriculture (NAWIA): NAWIA focuses on empowering women in agriculture, advocating for their interests, providing training and support, and promoting gender equality in the agricultural sector.

“Market Access Africa 2024 is set to be a transformative experience for the agricultural sector,” said Ben Leyka, CEO for the African Agri Council, the event’s organizer. “This event offers a unique platform for buyers and sellers to connect, network, and explore new business opportunities. We are excited to see the impact of these interactions on the growth and development of agriculture in Africa.”

MAA 2024 promises to be a hub of activity and innovation, offering opportunities for trade and collaboration. Don’t miss the chance to connect with these key agricultural associations through the Value Chain Connect platform. Mark your calendar for June 25-26, 2024, and join us at the Landmark Centre in Lagos.

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