As part of the UK Government’s commitment to meeting internationally agreed targets on greenhouse gas emissions, climate and…
Scaling agriprocessing and value addition.
An MA-supported FMCG company in Ethiopia is manufacturing edible oil from locally produced seeds and raising incomes of local farmers.
Unlocking the growth of new manufacturing sectors.
Our sector studies developed in partnership with governments, public institutions and private sector have identified new sectors with the potential to unlock thousands of jobs.
Accelerating the growth of textile and apparel industry.
MA assisted a Rwandan apparel company that produces and exports clothing to the European market to navigate the Covid crisis and secure capital
With MA-backing a technology-enabled transportation company in Nigeria closed a fund-raising series to finance the scaling up of its electric vehicles fleet.
What We Offer
- Investor readiness support across financial analysis, modeling, marketing materials, business planning and other transaction support
- Market studies covering commercial gaps in data and strategic issues in the region
- Development impact improvement support across climate and environment issues, gender and social safeguarding, governance and impact measurement
- Public sector technical assistance to government and IPAs capacity and to developing policy at manufacturing sector levels
- Sector wide strategic transformation studies to help develop and transform selected manufacturing sectors with significant development impact
Manufacturing Africa programme is supporting the sustainable growth of the manufacturing sector in Africa
Facts & Figures
or in progress
(last updated in May 2023)
Companies Assisted to Secure Investment
Investors Supported by MA
Our Priority Areas
Global health and
Pharmaceuticals is a strategic sector that has gained even more importance during the COVID-19 pandemic. Less than 5% of pharmaceutical…
Food security and
Smallholder farmers make up about 60% of sub-Saharan Africa’s population and agriculture accounts for approximately 23% of its GDP.