Lesotho’s key growth sectors include the agro-industry, manufacturing, renewable energy, infrastructure and construction, mining, services and tourism. Explore
Lesotho-Canada relations commenced on the country's independence in 1966. The two countries share a long history of positive bilateral relations based on strong bonds created through development cooperation and shared interests. A number of prominent Basotho have studied in Canada, including former prime minister Pakalitha Mosisili. Learn more
In 2019, The Canada-Africa Chamber of Business welcomed then Prime Minister Thomas Thabane to Canada, with a delegation of five Cabinet Ministers and over 30 business leaders
Opportunities include agriculture, ICT, energy, mining and mineral Processing, oil and gas, tourism, financial services, property development, manufacturing, transport, health, and education. Explore
Bilateral relations between Canada and Ghana are strong and based on more than 60 years of global cooperation, grounded in Ghana's strong democratic credentials. Export Development Canada has designated Ghana as one of its key markets in Africa. Learn more
The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Secretariat - with whom the Chamber enoys a close working relationship - is based in Accra
Kenya has a wide range of sectors with ready-to-be accessed investment opportunities, including but not limited to, Agriculture and Agribusiness, manufacturing, tourism, infrastructure development, energy, information Communications Technology and Financial Services. Explore
Canada established diplomatic relations with Kenya at the time of its independence in 1963. Canada’s High Commission in Nairobi is its largest mission in Africa. The two countries have an excellent relationship founded on a range of shared interests.
The Canada-Africa Chamber of Business joined Canadian Trade Minister Mary Ng in Nairobi in early 2020, followed by a Chamber MoU with the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) signed this year.
Nigeria offers agricultural and industrial opportunities, alongside manufacturing, natural resources, energy, and services sector opportunities – among others. A range of incentives are on offer in Africa's largest country by size, which is set to take 3rd place globally by 2050. Explore
Canada and Nigeria established diplomatic relations in 1962, shortly after Nigeria’s independence in 1960. Nigeria is Canada’s second largest bilateral merchandise trading partner in Sub-Saharan Africa, arguably the largest economy and positioned for the prospect of playing a major role on the global stage. Learn more
The Canada-Africa Chamber of Business was privileged to co-host the 60th Anniversary Celebrations of Nigeria's Independence in Ottawa last year.
Rwanda has many sectors in which to invest, including but not limited to: education, health services, financial services, agriculture, tourism, real estate and construction, ICT, mining, infrastructure, manufacturing and energy. Explore
Canada established diplomatic relations with Rwanda in 1963 ,shortly after its independence. Canadian companies’ activities in Rwanda are concentrated in the education, mining, transportation, services and energy sectors. Learn more
The Rwanda Investment Session held in 2020 profiled a number of ongoing business opportunities.
Republic of Senegal
Senegal provides opportunities in a host of sectors and through The Canada-Africa Chamber of Business there is a particular (but not exclusive) focus on agriculture, rail infrastructure and housing. Senegal’s economic growth has been among the highest in Africa between 2014 and 2018, remaining above 6% annually. GDP growth was 5.3% in 2019. A new economic policy approach for post-COVID recovery is underway. Explore
Canada and Senegal established diplomatic relations in 1962. Relations between the two countries are close and touch on a wide range of activities. Already considering Senegal an important and reliable partner, Canada takes measures to further develop its relations with this country, which acts as a reference regarding democratic governance and sustainable economic development measures in Sub-Saharan Africa. Learn more
Tanzania provides opportunities in manufacturing, agriculture, mining and metals, tourism, services, economic zones, fisheries, livestock, economic infrastructure, energy, real estate, oil and gas, finance. telecommunications and broadcasting. Explore
Canada-Tanzania diplomatic relations began in 1961 on Tanzania's independence. The country is as a growing market for Canadian businesses, and Canadian mining companies are among the largest foreign investors in Tanzania. To date business opportunities for Canadian companies active in Tanzania have focused on power, renewable energy, and the emerging oil and gas sector. Learn more
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