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National Cassava Conference and Expo 2023

Spearheading Innovation and Technology for Cassava Sector Commercialization

Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development (MoALD), and Self Help Africa (SHA) in collaboration with relevant key development organizations and related private agriculture sector actors such as Mennonite Economic Development Agency (MEDA) and MESPT intend to hold the National Cassava Conference and Expo 2023 (NCCE) aimed at enhancing cassava production, productivity and value addition.

Are you a part of the cassava value chain? Don’t miss your chance to shine at the National Cassava Conference and Expo for FREE! Exhibit your products and solutions to a worldwide audience of cassava enthusiasts, from farmers to policymakers. Seize this golden opportunity to expand your business and connect with the cassava community. Register TODAY!

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