Stakeholders in the grain sector will gather in Dar es Salaam next month to lay down a 10-year strategy to address regional food challenges and trade barriers in African countries.
The summit will seek to drive tangible policy reforms for the grain sector to strengthen intra-regional trade in Africa, with the aim of driving industrialisation and propelling economic expansion on the continent.
The seventh Africa Grain Trade Summit, which is organised by the Eastern African Grain Council (EAGC) in partnership with the government of Tanzania and supported by the East Africa Trade and Investment Hub, comes at a time when the region is emerging out of a serious grain shortage. Read more. Source | Daily Nation