PrAEctiCe project is funded by the HORIZON Europe programme under Grant Agreement number 101084248

Africa Agribusiness Academy (AAA), mapping African agroecology stakeholders and catalysing knowledge transfer.


Africa Agribusiness Academy

is known for stimulating and supporting entrepreneurship toward increased food security in Africa.

Founded in 2010, the AAA is a pan-African business platform for small and medium-sized agri-food enterprises (SMEs) in the sectors of Dairy, Poultry, Honey, Fruits and Vegetables and Agro-Inputs.

The expanding AAA network is currently operational in 6 African Countries – Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Malawi and Ethiopia.

The role of Africa Agribusiness Academy in the PrAEctiCe project is to engage in the mapping of relevant stakeholders involved in agroecology, leveraging existing networks and programmes in the nexus of agroecology. AAA will also bring on board information generated during the mapping study carried out earlier under the Youth in Agroecology and Business Learning Track Africa (YALTA) project that covered Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Ethiopia, which will now be extended to Tanzania.

Additionally, AAA, together with the other PrAEctiCe consortium members, will support the project to make an educated selection of relevant stakeholders across the countries and stimulate collaboration and co-creation of knowledge transfer and policies that will be integrated into the national frameworks and strategies. 

Charles Gitau, the Kenyan Country Director and Vice chair-Pan African Board member, explains the value of the PrAEctiCe project for their institution:

The project will support AAA in gathering further knowledge from the consortium partners who have carried out tremendous research, studies and practical experience as well as documented emerging innovations around AE. This will put AAA in a robust position in raising more awareness and strengthen stakeholders’ and existing coalitions’ knowledge on AE, more specifically, women and youth that are already or willing to engage in aquaculture.”

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