Partners

  • Supported by

    • Who we are:

      EACCIA is the apex Chamber with the mandate to facilitate the work of the national chambers of commerce and industry in the East African Community member states. It was legally incorporated in Nairobi, Kenya, on 22nd September 2005 and formally launched in Arusha, Tanzania, in February 2006. This was as a result of an MOU which had been signed in 2003 by the three chambers of commerce of the then East African Community member states.

      Membership:

      Our membership currently includes the Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (TCCIA), Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI), Uganda National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UNCCI), Uganda Allied Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (UACCIA), Zanzibar National Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (ZNCCIA), Private Sector Federation of Rwanda (PSFR) and the Chambre Federale de Commerce et d’Industrie du Burundi (CFCIB). We also collaborate very closely with the South Sudan Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (SSCCIA), Somaliland Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (SLCCIA), as well as the Pan African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PACCI), the continental chamber which is based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

      Our Goals:

      The main objective of EACCIA is to lobby for the creation of a conducive environment for cross border trade and investment, within the context of regional integration. Broadly speaking, our main objective is to lobby the regional governments for the creation of conducive business environment. As is the mandate of all chambers of commerce worldwide, the role of EACCIA is to facilitate trade and we do this by supporting our constituent chambers serve their members efficiently particularly in facilitating intra-EAC, intra-continental trade.

      For more information please visit: http://www.eastafricanchamber.org/

    • Farm Concern International FCI, is a highly specialized Africa-wide Agri-Market Development Agency that has graduated to be a leading strategic & direct implementing partner in Africa with a focus on; profitable smallholder commercialization & aggregation, value chain analysis, market access, trade and private sector alliances for sustainable rural economic growth. The Commercial Villages Model; developed and upgraded by FCI over a period of 12 years, is an innovative smallholder commercialization business model for market access and villages end-link delivery partnership. The model has been experientially applied in 8 Countries with 132 partners and currently being rolled out across Africa for scale-up of agricultural development initiatives and impact investments.

      For more information please visit: http://www.farmconcern.org

    • KENAFF represents the interests of over 2 million farmers with the objective of articulating issues affecting them through focused lobby and advocacy, targeted capacity building and promotion of sector stakeholders’ cohesiveness in dispensing and progressing uptake of agricultural innovations for enhanced socio-economic status of the farmers.

      For more information please visit: https://www.kenaff.org/

    • Town and County Planners Association of Kenya (TCPAK) is a professional organization of town planners and is registered under the Societies Act (Cap 108). TCPAK is a corporate body that exists to - advance sustainable, integrated & inclusive association for the benefit of the town and county planners; professional growth of members through professional practice; advancing planning knowledge & technologies and research; championing the rights of town planners; and conducting professional development programs. The association also promotes sustainable development, protection & conservation of the built & natural environment. 

      For more information please visit: http://www.tcpak.com

  • Media Partners

    • About Global Africa Network 

      Founded in 2004, Global Africa Network Media (Pty) Ltd (GAN) is a business-to-business print and digital media company based in Cape Town, South Africa.

      GAN publishes a series of 10 annual print journals profiling each of South Africa’s nine provinces as business and investment destinations, together with a national title, South African Business, an annual business and investment guide to the country. 

      Our regional titles include Western Cape Business, Eastern Cape Business, KwaZulu-Natal Business, North West Business, Limpopo Business, Mpumalanga Business, Northern Cape Business, Gauteng Business and Free State Business.

      Online publications include the monthly Frontier Invest newsletter, promoting investment in frontier markets, especially within sub-Saharan Africa.

      Website: www.globalafricanetwork.com

      For more information please visit: http://www.globalafricanetwork.com/

    • Farmers Review Africa is a bi-monthly Agriculture publication that gets distributed directly to various stakeholders within these industry decision makers in and around Africa as a trusted source for essential information on dairy, livestock, ranching, crops and more that will not only maintain and increase output of quality product, but also cultivate a successful business. FRA provides farmers with detailed, educational, experience-based content and professional insight to help them improve the efficiency and profitability of their operations. Our publication is also circulated during well targeted Agricultural events meaning you will also be talking to government and the other high level delegates that attend these events in currently very attractive countries.

      For more information please visit: http://www.farmersreviewafrica.com/

    • PlantAutomation-Technology is essentially a B2B online business and technology media platform that has under its wraps the largest global database of automation buyers and suppliers. It covers in-depth trends that shape industry dynamics and metamorphose global economics.

      For more information please visit: https://www.plantautomation-technology.com/

    • Landbouweekblad is South Africa's largest and most influential farming magazine and has been serving the agri community for almost a century. 

      For more information please visit: https://www.netwerk24.com/landbou/

    • Africanfarming.com serves Africa’s emerging farming sector, providing daily news updates, expert advice on farming issues and useful information on African agriculture. The Africanfarming.com team provides a knowledge-based resource that empowers farmers to grow.

      For more information please visit: https://www.africanfarming.com/

    • www.agriportal.co.za/www.farmingportal.co.za was developed for Africa and its farmers, as an international webportal for Agriculture. Africa can become the food store of the world, if we can stand together, and use the expertise of our Farmers and their workers. Africa is the continent of the future.

      For more information please visit: http://www.farmingportal.co.za/

    • ProAgri Zambia was launched in 2015 and we distribute 10 000 copies to farmers all over Zambia. We believe that access to free agricultural knowhow is crucial for the development of this vital sector in Zambia. In addition to our technical articles, we publish testimonials of satisfied customers, because a happy farmer is your best reference.

      For more information please visit: http://www.proagri.co.za/

    • Smart Farmer Africa Ltd is a social enterprise in Kenya. We pride ourselves in being the market leader in generating, managing and disseminating agricultural content. With over 7 years of providing real-life changing content, we are now a fully-fledged Media Company providing information through our magazines, online TV, and an interactive website. We also host agricultural events.

      For more information please visit: https://smartfarmerkenya.com/

    • We offer small scale farmers and agri-ventures a platform to showcase their produce and services. Agro commodity sellers, buyers and stakeholders can interact, network and get information on our online portal.Our team is made up of volunteers who are passionate about agribusiness development.

      For more information please visit: https://www.mkulima.online/market

    • A pull out magazine from the Saturday Nation Newspaper in collaboration with Egerton University educating farmers on the best farming practices.

      For more information please visit: https://www.nation.co.ke/