USAID/West Africa Trade Hub and African Partners Network


Across 21 countries, the USAID's Trade Hub supports West Africa's regional and global trade, including apparel manufacturing in Ghana (left) and cereals production in Côte d'Ivoire (right). Photo credits: Victoria Okoye and Jean-Didier Nacoulma, Trade Hub and African Partners Network.

With funding from USAID, we work with West African businesses to boost regional and global trade by improving the capacity of West Africa's private sector and business enabling environment.

The Trade Hub promotes more regional trade in key commodities like maize, livestock and rice to address food security, and reduces poverty by boosting globally traded value-added exports like cashews, mango, shea, and apparel.

The Trade Hub works through and in collaboration with a network of regional African partners, including:

Complete this brief survey to join our contact database. By completing this form, you will give permission to the Trade Hub to contact you and send you information, including our quarterly newsletter.

While our website is under construction, please find more information here: Trade Hub and African Partners Network – Abt Associates

You can also access the previous West Africa Trade Hub (2005-2013) website here.

You can reach the Trade Hub at: info@watradehub.com