DAPP is a platform for all Dutch stakeholders interested in the African poultry sector and enables companies to explore the African poultry sector and share expertise.
From the 1st of January 2019, NABC and 6 NABC members have started a 3-year program, Seeds4Change (S4C) in North Nigeria on improved inputs. Please click on the button below for more information.
HortiFresh West Africa is a programme supported by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands which has prioritized commercial agriculture in its strategic plan of moving from aid to trade. The programme’s mission is to establish “a sustainable and internationally competitive fruit and vegetable sector that contributes to inclusive economic growth, food and nutrition security” in Ghana and Ivory Coast.
From the 1st of January 2019, NABC and 7 Dutch companies have started a 3-year program, Kukua na Kuku (KnK) in Tanzania on strengthening the poultry sector in Tanzania. Soon more information will be available via this website.
From the 1st of January 2019, NABC and 5 Dutch companies have started a 3-year program, New Sustainable Spices Origins in Tanzania and Madagascar on improving the spices sector in specific regions in both countries. Soon more information will be available via this website.
The Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso program was initiated in 2016. You can download a 24-page brochure about the program here.
The Roundtable Oil & Gas is a strong partnership representing the cornerstone of international excellence in the oil and gas industry. Several Dutch companies join efforts to discover new markets.
Building upon the successful Dutch Dairy Development Partnership, the Dutch Dairy Africa Platform will enable Dutch companies develop and strengthen their presence in local and regional African dairy markets. By working with Dutch dairy value chain actors and local stakeholders we contribute to the continued growth of the dairy sector in Africa. The Dutch Dairy Africa Platform plays a catalyzing role among the Dutch Africa oriented dairy sector players and supports them to enter new African markets.
The aim of this project is to develop a framework and tools for designing integrated and sustainable ports in Africa in which environmental, economic and public benefits are balanced.
Business models need to become inclusive in order to gain competitive advantage and to provide your license to operate. This programme aims to formulate best practices and will give insights in new inclusive business models.
The NABC is run by a young and dynamic team. Find out who the people are that work hard every day to provide the best service to our members. You can meet each employee through their own personal profile.
The Netherlands-African Business Council organizes a great variety of activities for its members. Click on the title above for an overview of activities offered by NABC and for more detailed information .
The Netherlands-African Business Council has an extensive and diverse network of nearly 300 members, which continues to grow every day. Click here to find out more about our current members as well as the benefits of becoming a NABC member.