Qui sommes-nous

The USAID-funded West Africa Trade & Investment Hub (Trade Hub) is a 5-year, $116 million trade and investment facilitation activity designed to improve private sector productivity, profitability, and competitiveness in West Africa through market-based approaches.

By working in partnership with the private sector and fostering co-investments through our Co-Investment Fund, the Trade Hub generates new private-sector capital investment in key sectors to create jobs and increase trade between the United States and West Africa.

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pays d'opérations


Co-Investment Partners & Counting


in Co-Investment Grants Awarded & Counting


in Private Capital Mobilized & Counting


in Exports & Counting


Jobs Created & Counting

Les secteurs que nous soutenons

Services agricoles

Transformation agricole



Industrie légère




Les Dernières Actualités

Blog | Nigeria

USAID West Africa Trade & Investment Hub Hosts Partnership Summit in Abuja

By Michael Adaji, Communications Specialist The USAID-funded West Africa Trade & Investment Hub convened a landmark Partnership Summit on June 24, 2024, at the Abuja Continental Hotel in Abuja, Nigeria. The event, themed “Collaborating for Enhanced Food Security in Nigeria-Fostering Competitiveness, Sustainability, and Resilience,” brought together Trade Hub grantees, private-sector experts, government representatives, industry leaders, […]

juillet 3, 2024

The Trade Hub Learning Event Showcases Insights from Financial Institutions and Advisors on Blended Finance Mechanisms

By Nana Akua Mensah, Communications Specialist In West Africa, where socio-political conditions and heavy reliance on agriculture and extractive industries make private-sector financing difficult to attract, governments and donors must invent innovative approaches to secure the investments needed for social impact projects. One such approach is blended finance, which uses catalytic capital from public or […]

juin 28, 2024

Celebrating Fonio’s Revival: AMAATI’S Inauguration Ceremony

By Tia Swain, Communications Specialist The ceremony on Wednesday, May 29, 2024, to inaugurate AMAATI’s newly constructed fonio processing factory in Tamale (Northern Region, Ghana) was attended by dignitaries whose very presence marked the factory’s significance for the community, region, and the nation. These guests of honor included: the Paramount Chief of Nanton, Nanton Naa […]

juin 4, 2024
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