Scope

Future Proof African Agricultural Supply Chains with Supply Chain Integrity

“Supply Chain Integrity helps unlock the future proof business potential of African agriculture.”

 

SCI Product Scope

Supply Chain Integrity (SCI) is active in supply chains of African agricultural food products and commodities.

 

SCI advocates the diversification and integration of agricultural, horticultural and forestry activities including the following food products and commodities:

 

  • Dairymilk, whey, butter, cheese
  • Fruits and vegetables (including edible nuts) : cassava, yam, potatoes, plantains, pineapple, mango, tomato, banana, onion, cashew
  • Grains (cereals) and oilseeds: corn/maize, wheat, oat, rye, barley, rice, sorghum, palm oil, soy
  • Livestock: cattle, poultry, eggs, meat
  • Softs: cocoa, coffee, cotton, cocos, sugar, tea
  • Timber: tropical timbers, plantation timbers, paper, pulp

 

SCI Geographical Scope

Supply Chain Integrity (SCI) defined the geographical scope of activities to countries on the African continent with tropical savannas and tropical rainforests.

 

The geographical scope of SCI excludes for now Southern African states (South Africa, Swaziland, Lesotho) and excludes for now for African Arabic states as Sudan, Somalia and Djibouti.

 

It is therefor the first ambition of SCI to perform the SCI Mission in 36 African countries with indicated food products and commodities:

A

  • Angola (Luanda): Grains and oilseeds, Livestock, Softs, Fruits and vegetables

B

  • Benin (Coutounou): Softs, Fruits and vegetables,
  • Botswana (Gaborone): Livestock, Fruits and vegetables
  • Burkina Faso (Ouagadougou): Softs
  • Burundi (Bujuntara): Softs, Fruits and vegetables.

C

  • Cameroon (Yaounde): Grains and oilseeds, Livestock Dairy, Timber, Softs, Fruits and vegetables
  • Central African Republic (Bangui) –  per 2019
  • Chad (N’Djamena) – no operations
  • Congo (Brazzaville): Grains and oilseeds, Livestock, Dairy, Timber, Softs, Fruits and vegetables
  • Democratic Republic of Congo (Kinshasa): Grains and oilseeds, Livestock, Dairy, Timber, Softs, Fruits and vegetables
  • Cote d’Ivoire (Abidjan): Grains and oilseeds, Livestock, Dairy, Timber, Softs, Fruits and vegetables

E

  • Ethiopia (Addis Abeba): Grains and oilseeds, Livestock, Dairy, Softs, Fruits and vegetables
  • Equatorial Guinea (Malabo): Softs, Timber, Fruits and vegetables

G

  • Gabon (Libreville): Grains and oilseeds, Livestock, Dairy, Timber, Softs, Fruits and vegetables
  • Gambia (Banjul): Softs, Fruits and vegetables
  • Ghana (Accra): Grains and oilseeds, Livestock, Dairy, Timber, Softs, Fruits and vegetables
  • Guinea (Conakry): Grains and oilseeds, Softs, Fruits and vegetables
  • Guinea-Bissau (Bissau): Grains and oilseeds, Softs, Fruits and vegetables

K

  • Kenya (Nairobi): – operations per 2018

L

  • Liberia (Monrovia): Grains and oilseeds, Timber, Softs, Fruits and vegetables

M

  • Mali (Bamako) – operations per 2019
  • Madagascar (Antananarivo): Grains and oilseeds, Softs, Fruits and vegetables
  • Malawi (Lilongwe): Softs
  • Mozambique (Maputo): Softs, Fruits and vegetables

N

  • Niger (Niamey) – operations per 2019
  • Nigeria (Abuja): Grains and oilseeds, Timber, Softs, Fruits and vegetables

R

  • Rwanda (Kigali): Grains and oilseeds, Softs

S

  • Sao Tome and Principe (Sao Tome): Softs
  • Senegal (Dakar): Grains and oilseeds, Softs, Fruits and vegetables
  • Sierra Leone (Freetown): Grains and oilseeds, Timber, Grains and oilseeds, Softs, Fruits and vegetables
  • South Sudan (Juba): Softs, Fruits and vegetables

T

  • Tanzania (Dodoma): Grains and oilseeds, Livestock, Dairy, Timber, Softs, Fruits and vegetables
  • Togo (Lome): Grains and oilseeds, Timber, Softs, Fruits and vegetables

U

  • Uganda (Kampala): Grains and oilseeds, Softs, Fruits and vegetables

Z

  • Zambia (Lusaka): Grains and oilseeds, Livestock, Dairy, Fruits and vegetables
  • Zimbabwe (Harare) – operations per 2019

Indicated commodities for future proof business models development is based on latest Country Profiles of the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (http://www.fao.org/countryprofiles/index) as well as various agricultural development studies.

 

 


  • SCI Network Mission

    • Development of supply chain integrity and future proof business models in African agricultural food products and commodities and
    • Assessment and development of (sustainability claims on) value creation and impact of African agricultural supply chains

     

     


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