12 - 15 September 2021

Egypt International Exhibition Centre

The 33rd Edition of the International Agricultural Exhibition for Africa and the Middle East

Sahara is the commercial heart and crop production hub for Egypt and the MENA region. Under the patronage of the Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, Sahara helps you create the networks that you need to expand your business. It is a trusted source of new technologies and information for the whole domestic market, from the smallest farmers, to the biggest agribusinesses and government ministries.

As the global business environment & trends continue to change and shift towards digitalization, Sahara is offering it’s stakeholders a set of digital solutions and opportunities to extend their reach beyond the 4-day exhibition to learn more about their target customer’s online behavior, enhance product launch strategies, and generate new sources of revenue.

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Cairo – 26th of April 2021

The 33rd edition of Sahara, the International Agricultural Exhibition for Africa and The Middle East, is announced to be taking place between 12th and 15th of September 2021 at Egypt International Exhibition Center under the patronage of the Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation. The Exhibition is sponsored by the National Bank of Egypt, with the participation of major international organizations specialized in agriculture, animal production and aquaculture.

Vast opportunities provided on the development path

Sahara exhibition is creating opportunities for professionals working in the agriculture business in Egypt to expanding their network and building up their business relationships.

Egypt is currently promoting its national development strategy 2030 vision aiming to the development of the agriculture system, since it is a vital and critical cornerstone of the economy development. Establishing a development vision of the agriculture sector is the correct path that should be taken to achieve food security, expand the production of strategic crops, increase government investments directed to the agricultural sector and implement national agricultural projects.

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Informa AllSecure is our approach to enhanced health & safety standards at our events following COVID-19. 

Sahara 2021 will be organized in accordance with Informa’s AllSecure health and safety standards. As the world’s leading events’ organizer, Informa has developed a detailed set of enhanced measures to provide the highest levels of hygiene and safety at its events, providing everyone with reassurance and confidence they are participating in a safe and controlled environment.

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Sahara Serving the Entire Agricultural Sector

  • Sahara brings together local and regional manufacturers and traders from across the value chain.
  • The show represents a unique opportunity, to build networks and drive sales, with more than 20,000 targeted visitors over 4 days. 
  • Covering prosperous and growing markets in the important region of Egypt, Africa and the Middle East.
  • Supporting the industry through disseminating knowledge, best practices and innovative solutions all year round. 
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Sahara Invites You To Join The Animal Production Experts

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The Egyptian Livestock and Poultry Sector Webinar

Sahara Expo always seeks to support the market with the latest information in order to help all stakeholders of the agricultural sector including farmers, companies, and associations to find the best opportunities and achieve development for the industry in its various dimensions.

Sahara's  webinar was streamed live  on Monday, June 28 at 2 PM. This webinar brought together the Egyptian experts on animal production, thereby shedding light on the opportunities in this vital sector and its forecasted development. 

The webinar recording is available now

*This webinar was presented in Arabic

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Agriculture Overview in Egypt

Historically Egypt has always seen itself as a farming nation. The Agriculture Sector provides livelihoods for 55%of the population and directly employs about 30% of the labor force. The sector accounts for about 20% of total exports and foreign exchange earnings. However, Egypt imports about 40% of its food requirements and incurs a total food import bill of $2.5 billion per year.

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