AfCFTA's Significance - African Youth and the Diaspora

AfCFTA’s implementation puts Africa’s young people and women in prime position to become the drivers of a competitive and beneficial economy, through business investment and trade opportunities. This agreement implementation will empower millions and create an African market far larger than before.  

On March 3, 2023, the first session in the AfCFTA Series with AfriVate Hub Ltd was held. We welcomed topic experts who provided a definition on what AfCFTA means, while exploring the protocols that speak to the perspectives of youth and women in investment and trade.

About AfriVate Hub Ltd

AfriVate Hub Ltd. is a youth-led Consulting and Business Development Company registered in Canada. Founded by graduates of the Chamber's internship program, the company works in partnership with the Canada-Africa Chamber of Business and McGill Mastercard Foundation Transitions’ Project (MCF-TP). As an accelerator, AfriVate Hub is being led and directed by young Africans based in Canada who are passionate about business, trade and investment around Canada and on the continent of Africa.

Read More on the Chamber's work with the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) Secretariat in Ghana. 

Visit our Think Tank Perspectives initiative to explore ideas on trade and investment, as part our information-sharing mandate. 

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