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New Grant to Increase Nutrition for Pregnant Women and Children Under 5 years

13 June 2014
gfUSAID's Southern Africa Trade Hub has awarded a USD $100,000 Strategic Partnership grant to support the production of a Ready-to-Use-Complementary Food (RUCF) product. The objective of the RUCF is to prevent stunting in children. The grant targets 75,000 people, concentrating on children under five and pregnant women.The grant to PMD Packaging System will install a new packaging line at Valid Nutrition Malawi enabling the production of RUCF.

Source Africa: Making the Best of the Textiles, Apparel and Footwear Trade Event

01 June 2014
source-africa-logoThis is the final instalment of a three-part series that Hub Happenings has been running since March 2014 as build up to the upcoming Source Africa 2014 trade event, taking place from June 18-20 in Cape Town. The first part, "Readying Yourself for Source Africa 2014" focused on general preparations for participating in Source Africa, which was followed by Part Two "Know your Buyer Expectations at Source Africa 2014" on what regional and international buyers expect from exhibitors.

Greening the Future of Energy in Swaziland

01 June 2014
sera-dpDeveloping transparent, robust and predictable clean energy regulatory regimes in Southern Africa is critical to attracting the investment of Independent Power Producers (IPP) in the sector. To assist with this, USAID's Southern Africa Trade Hub is working with governments, regional institutions and individual country energy regulatory agencies to strengthen capacity for regulating the clean energy sector.