Rwanda

September 2, 2021

What’s on the horizon for Rwanda’s spices sector: four reasons why SITA advocates for a structured approach

The rise of seasoning and spices sector has allowed Indian companies to move up the supply chain. As Indian companies have become agro-processors, there is a rise in demand for unprocessed agricultural inputs. Meanwhile in Rwanda, agribusinesses can contribute to Sustainable Development Goal 8 (SDG 8) by diversifying into the corresponding horticultural crops.
June 28, 2021

Women in Agribusiness: SITA-supported Rwandan woman-led business to get S-Mark certification

SITA-supported Rwandan women-led business to get S-Mark certification
May 17, 2021

Four years of Mitreeki: how SITA has translated big ideas into tangible results for 300 women-led businesses in East Africa

Women entrepreneurs represent a wealth of untapped potential to contribute to Sustainable Development Goals, including the growth of developing economies. To support women-entrpreneurs in the most impactful way possible, SITA conceived of the Mitreeki model. Based on a synergistic East Africa - India Partnership, Mitreeki  supports women in key sectors to develop their businesses.
June 19, 2019

SITA Expands Business Linkages at International Spices Conference 2019

By Devika Jyothi For the third year in a row, SITA facilitated the participation of a 16-member delegation from the East African spices sector at the […]