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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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Jobs Created & Counting

Les secteurs que nous soutenons

Services agricoles

Transformation agricole



Industrie légère




Les Dernières Actualités

Advancing Gender & Social Inclusion | Blog

Empowering Healthcare Heroes: The NEST Story

In Senegal, where access to affordable and quality healthcare is limited for women and children from low-middle income families, Nest for All (NEST) is changing lives through its co-investment partnership with USAID’s West Africa Trade & Investment Hub (Trade Hub). Three remarkable women—Florence Sambou, Ndeye Fatou Diouf, and Bigué Ndiaye—are at the forefront of this […]

avril 4, 2024
Improving Food Security | Success Story

Lasting Impact, Transformed Lives – The Results of Successful Private Sector Partnership

By Michael Adaji, Communication Specialist Utilizing a combined market-driven approach and blended finance solutions to tackle a variety of locally unique challenges, the USAID Trade Hub (Trade Hub) has been positively impacting the region’s economic clime. A notable example of this comes from the collaboration with WACOT Rice Ltd. (WRL) in Kebbi State, Nigeria. Confronted […]

mars 26, 2024
Success Story | Trade & Export

Hiving Success: The USAID Trade Hub and Koster Keunen West Africa Collaboration

“USAID/Trade Hub partnership was an accelerator to scale our social but profitable business model across West Africa to make KKWA self-reliant, meet customer need through export, notably to the U.S., benefit farmers, and improve biodiversity.” Sylvain John Cattin, MD KKWA KKWA’s professionalizing over 1,200 beekeepers in eight countries in West Africa includes equipping them with […]

mars 15, 2024
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