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West Africa Fertilizer Forum

Mark your diary for the West Africa Fertilizer Forum

The West Africa Fertilizer Forum, organised by the West African Fertilizer Association and Argus, will bring together all links in the fertilizer supply chain in this region, as well as global producers, technology developers and investors.The Forum will take place on 9-10 May in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire.

As a collaboration between the leader in global fertilizer trade conferences and the unrivalled local contacts and expertise of the West African Fertilizer Association, this conference will be the first choice for anyone who wants to expand in this dynamic market.

West Africa is witnessing rapid growth in the development of its fertilizer market and this conference is your chance to find the insights and the contacts you need to expand your business.

Discounted rates are available for delegates based in ECOWAS member states – If you qualify, simply select the ECOWAS rate when booking online. Register here.


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At the West African Fertilizer Forum you will be able to:

  • Hear about new financing mechanisms to increase access to fertilizers in West Africa
  • Assess prospects for new production capacities in West Africa
  • Network and do business with the leading players in this region
  • Discuss how an enabling business environment can inform policy and subsidy programs
  • Analyse demand and respond with quality and balanced fertilizer blends 

Secure your place at the West Africa Fertilizer Forum – register here.

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For further information about the West Africa Fertilizer Forum, please contact us using the details below:

phone icon +44 (0) 20 7780 4340
email icon fertconferences@argusmedia.com


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Organised By


West African Fertilizer Association

Argus

Supported By

USAID

IFDC

AfricaFertilizer.org

Ecowas

Fertilizer Focus