Review Poultry Africa 2017


Poultry Africa debut wins a high rating


Visitors to the first-ever Poultry Africa in Rwanda have recognised its high value to the leaders of Africa’s poultry businesses by awarding it eight points out of a possible 10 in a poll taken at the time of the October 2017 event.

Poultry Africa 2017 Expo and Leadership Conference for Sub-Saharan Africa was held over two days at the convention centre of Rwanda’s capital city, Kigali. For visitors and exhibitors alike, it proved to be a happy and dynamic fusion of commercial contacts and knowledge transfer within an extremely valuable platform in terms of the quality of companies and individuals present.

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Presentations Leadership Conference

Time for Africa. Capturing the African investment opportunities from an international perspective by Nan-Dirk Mulder, Rabobank
Regionalization of the poultry value chain in Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania by Adriaan Vernooij, Wageningen University & Mackenzie Masaki, Netherlands-African Business Council (NABC), FBKP
Potential of trade in between Africa and China by Machuang, Boyar
Broiler meat production and trade by Kevin Lovell, International Poultry Council Co-Chair of the Animal Health and Welfare Group
The ups and downs of growing Soya in Rwanda by Jean Paul Ndagijimana, Country director, Clinton Foundation
Improving profitability of poultry production through precision nutrition by Bart Hillen, Regional Technical Manager, Danisco Animal Nutrition, DuPont Industrial Biosciences
Eggs – Product differentiation and value added for consumers by Dr Vincent Guyonnet, Consultant to the poultry sector