In the aftermath of Britain’s decision to exit the European Union, Dr. Hippolyte Fofack, Chief Economist of the African Export-Import Bank, weighs in on Brexit’s economic and financial impact on African economies.
IGD President Mima S. Nedelcovych moderated a panel on “Africa’s Agribusiness Revolution” at a June event, sponsored by the U.S.-Africa Chamber of Commerce in Washington, DC.
For registrants attending the U.S. Roadshow Tour, IGD has selected preferred hotels for the New York City, Des Moines, and Houston roadshow stops.
Unique online platform helps smallholder farmers in Africa finance their agricultural projects Ivorian entrepreneurs Serge and Fred Zamblé are changing the way that Africa— and the wider global community— supports and bolsters agricultural entrepreneurship. In 2016, they officially launched Seekewa, an internet platform dedicated to financing small agricultural… Read More
Read the latest “Word from Washington”, a periodic blog post highlighting news and legislative updates from IGD’s Governmental Affairs Office.
With the Millennium Challenge Corporation’s approval for Senegal to move forward in developing a new compact, U.S. and African private sector leaders gathered on Feb. 16, to weigh in on proposed projects for the West African nation’s second compact at the “Power of Senegal” event in Washington, D.C.
Touting Africa’s long-term economic outlook, Grant T. Harris, CEO of Harris Africa Partners LLC, makes a compelling case on why U.S. companies need to map out how Africa’s dynamic markets fit into their company’s business plan, in a blog on the Africa Investment Rising platform.
In order to maximize participation with private sector leaders and investors in the energy and power sectors and deliver an action-oriented forum, the date for the Houston roadshow stop date has changed to April 30 – May 1.