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Health and nutrition investment support

Manufacturing Africa aims to reduce poverty in Africa by attracting £1.2 billion of foreign direct investment into manufacturing and creating 90,000 jobs over 7 years (2019-2026). The programme is funded by the UK government through the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO). Nigeria is the largest economy in Sub-Saharan Africa with a significant manufacturing base.

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Pioneering Production of Green Construction Materials

African Bamboo aims to catalyse the bamboo sector in Africa through vertical integration of bamboo value chains in Ethiopia and Kenya and through technology transfer to scale bamboo production across the continent. Through innovative processing technology and the development of offtake agreements, African Bamboo seeks to ensure that bamboo supply in Africa helps meet local and international demand for sustainable, net-zero building material.

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Market Design and Demand Intelligence

Manufacturing Africa aims to reduce poverty in Africa by attracting £1.2 billion of foreign direct investment into manufacturing and creating 90,000 jobs over 7 years (2019-2026). The programme is funded by the UK government through the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO). Only 1% of vaccines consumed by African countries are produced on the continent. Achieving sustainable and reliable volumes to reach economies of scale is one of the most critical enablers to expand African vaccine manufacturing.

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Partnership for Vaccine Manufacturing

At the Summit for Expanding Africa’s Vaccine Manufacturing, held by Africa CDC in April 2021, Dr. Nkengasong announced the launch of the Partnership for Vaccine Manufacturing (PAVM), organised along 7 strategic pillars aligned to each of the critical enablers for African Vaccine Manufacturing. Each pillar is led by a leading African institution and supported by an identified group of strategic experts.

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