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Israel is facing harsh climatic conditions and has been able to develop well-adapted technologies in the fields of agriculture, agro-industry, livestock and irrigation. From 10 to 13 December, African entrepreneurs working in the agribusiness sector will have the opportunity to visit companies using cutting-edge technology to increase production: water irrigation systems, improved seeds, postharvest treatment, greenhouse technology…

The Africa-Israel Agricultural Trade Mission is organised by EMRC, in collaboration with Israel Export & International Cooperation Institute.

> Interested? Contact our team:
Office number: +32 26 26 15 15
WhatsApp number: +32 475 59 51 11

This is a unique opportunity for African entrepreneurs working in the agribusiness sector to expand their international network and discover new business opportunities.

You will ACCESS and receive INSIDE KNOWLEDGE about:

- CINADCO and its agricultural training centre
- Improved seeds
- Greenhouse technology
- Drip irrigation systems
- Dairy and poultry farming; aquaculture
- Postharvest treatment and packaging of fruits and vegetables
- treatment/ purification of water and waste water

**The visit can be arranged according to the priorities of the participants. Do not hesitate to communicate your interests to our team.
Office number: +32 26 26 15 15
WhatsApp number: +32 475 59 51 11


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We seek to empower the spirit of entrepreneurship in Africa

  • Facilitate access to finance
  • Connect businesses horizontally and vertically
  • Create an exchange of know-how
  • Engage the relevant Public-Private dialogue
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