NABC contributes to an Africa that is economically thriving and globally competitive in trade and investment. Our focus is on building consortia with Dutch companies that jointly enter the market, while developing the local private sector with local partners in our 15 focus countries. We do this in close cooperation with our 250 member companies.
The World’s Poultry Science Association is a long established and unique organization that strives to advance knowledge and understanding of all aspects of poultry science and the poultry industry. Its major role is to encourage, and help facilitate, liaison amoung research scientists and educators, and between those in research and education and those working in the many diverse sectors of the industry. As a non-profit marking organization, it relies for its income almost entirely on membership subscriptions, although a number of poultry ompanies around the world provide generous sponsorship to help meet some of the production costs of the World’s Poultry Science Journal.
TRAIDE Rwanda is a trade facilitation program that aims to increase sustainable trade and investments between the Rwanda and the Netherlands. The program is funded by the Dutch government. The program is active in Rwanda since 2019 and works in different sectors such as agriculture, renewable energy and digitalization. TRAIDE Rwanda provides on-the-ground and practical support for new and existing businesses, for example with identifying business opportunities or matchmaking. Are you working with the Netherlands, or a Dutch company with an interest in Rwanda? Do get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org, follow us on LinkedIn or visit our website.
The Africa Agribusiness Academy (AAA) stimulates and supports entrepreneurship toward increased food security in Africa. Founded in 2010, the AAA is a pan-African business platform for small and medium-sized agrifood enterprises (SMEs). These AAA member companies share and pool their knowledge and experiences, collaborate and form partnerships, support one another and provide inspiration and guidance for current and up-and-coming agribusinesses, inside and outside of the network. AAA is currently active in 6 countries; Uganda, Malawi, Kenya, Rwanda, Ethiopia and Tanzania.
Vetworks is an independent team of selected veterinary experts with broad international expertise in poultry production.
We maintain a broad network in Belgium and abroad consisting of key opinion leaders and decision-makers including individuals from industrial, academic, veterinary and pharmaceutical communities. Vetworks aims for an integrated approach to poultry production.
Our consultants are specialized in auditing smaller and larger breeder, layer and broiler operations, with focus on management and veterinary aspects of the production. Vetworks provides technical support, business development support to the poultry Industry.
We provide helpful and timesaving resources for meeting planners while promoting the services of the local MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences/Conventions, and exhibitions/Events) infrastructure and facilities. We are a one-stop solution for assistance, information, and objective guidance on hosting and organizing MICE / business events in addition to operational assistance at every step of event planning.
Roodbont Publishers is an international publishing house that specialises in custom-made knowledge for farmers, agricultural advisors, veterinarians and leading companies in the agricultural sector worldwide. Our best known books are those of our ’Signals’ series, such as Cow Signals, Pig Signals and Poultry Signals.
We work with a carefully selected team of specialist authors and educationalists. Our authors, who are all experts in agriculture such as veterinarians, agronomists and agroscientists, know the challenges farmers encounter in their daily work. Our authors produce practical knowledge based on the farmers’ needs and our educationalists translate this knowledge into easily digestible information.
Today we are proud to deliver our knowledge to farmers, their advisors and their suppliers in more than 50 countries and in more than 30 languages.
The Dutch Africa Poultry Platform (DAPP) is a platform that brings together Dutch companies active in Africa’s poultry sector. DAPP members are desirous to contribute to the growth and development of Africa’s poultry sector in partnership with both public and private sector entities across Africa.
DAPP members represent the entire value chain, from farm to fork, and are as such well equipped to address all your poultry needs.
Rwanda Development Board (RDB) is a government institution whose mandate is to accelerate Rwanda’s economic development by enabling private sector growth.
The Rwanda Development Board is under the supervision of the Office of the President and is governed by a Board of Directors made up of global entrepreneurs and experts.
Currently, RDB’s key services are; Investment Promotion, Export & SEZ Development, Investment Deals Negotiation, Tourism and Conservation, Skills Development and One Stop Center services (business and investment registration, visa facilitation, EIA, tax incentives management, etc.)
RDB is here to provide support throughout the entire investment journey and to ensure that Rwanda remains one of the best places to do business in Africa and the World.
Are you active in the poultry sector and looking for innovative solutions? Do you want to take advantage of the superior knowledge of the Dutch companies in the sector? Do you want to use state-of-the-art technology and share knowledge on a high level? In short, do you want to orientate yourself towards the suppliers in the poultry sector with which you want to do business?
If so, we’re pleased to meet you. We’re the Dutch Poultry Centre.
We help you to quickly find the right business partner. Our partners are internationally oriented companies of excellent repute. Organisations that have a reputation to protect when it comes to knowledge, quality and innovation. Together they have made the Netherlands into the leading poultry country that it is today. Windmills, wooden clogs, tulips and poultry.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources (MINAGRI) has the mission of promoting the sustainable development of a modern, efficient and competitive agriculture and livestock sector, in order to ensure food security, agriculture export and diversification of the productions for the benefit of the farmer and the economy of the Country.
The vision of the Ministry, as defined by the National Agricultural Policy (2018), is for Rwanda to become “a nation that enjoys food security, nutritional health and sustainable agricultural growth from a productive, green and market-led agricultural sector.”
The World Veterinary Poultry Association (WVPA) is a global professional association for poultry veterinarians and other avian health professionals.
WVPA is run by an elected Executive and holds a Global Congress every two years. Its members come from all around the world and are in academia, research, government, industry and practice.
The Rwanda Poultry Industry Association (R.P.I.A) is a non-profit organization, founded in 2012 by the Poultry Value Chain (private sector) actors. It is a member of the Chamber of Agriculture and livestock (RCAL) of Rwanda Private Sector Federation (PSF).
R.P.I.A was founded after realizing that the poultry industry in Rwanda was still young and faces many challenges while it has huge potential to transform the livelihoods of many Rwandans in terms of food security, nutrition, and income.
As an independent charity the International Egg Foundation uses the nutritional, environmental, social and economic power of the egg to unlock human potential.
We aim to create an independent and sustainable food supply by developing local knowledge, expertise and entrepreneurship in protein deficient populations, increasing the consumption and local production of high-quality protein through eggs. To achieve this , IEF projects concentrate on eggs and egg production development with projects focusing on the following:
Improved nutrition: The end result of our projects is the increased availability of high-quality protein in areas of nutritional need, by increasing the availability of eggs.
Technology: We believes in the ability for the latest technology to dramatically increase productivity levels within emerging commercial egg producers.
Education & training: We are continually committed to sharing the egg industry’s collective knowledge and expertise.
Entrepreneurship: By encouraging entrepreneurship, our projects aim to enable those in need to improve the lives of their families today and in the future.