We see an Africa that’s full of ideas. An Africa that’s bursting with ambition. An Africa that’s set to change the world with its creativity and energy.
We see a neighbour and partner, working with us to create a world worthy of generations of Africans and Europeans to come.
Because what happens in Africa matters to Europe, and what happens in Europe matters to Africa. We have a shared future, or we have no future.
Together, we can create sustainable, safe and peaceful communities in which all people can thrive, and our planet can recover and flourish.
What do you see?
For many Ethiopians, limited education has been a big obstacle to finding decent work. Through the Africa-EU partnership, we are changing this, creating training opportunities and jobs for new generations.
Meet Senait, a clothing designer who found that she had everything she needed for her business to thrive at home.
Smallholder farmers are the heart and soul of Ghana’s crucial agricultural sector. By helping them to set up networks and share knowhow and services, the Africa-EU partnership is empowering then and improving their quality of life.
Meet Doho, a farmer and a creator of a burgeoning network of farmers.
Quality education and social infrastructure are the keys to unlocking entrepreneurial potential. In Côte d’Ivoire the Africa-EU partnership is catalysing sustainable and inclusive growth through training and job creation.
Meet Nadège Sai, a beauty entrepreneur and single mother who has made her business ambitions a reality and is creating a bright future for her children.
Kenya is one of Africa’s major digital and innovation hubs. The Africa-EU partnership is helping to bring the newest technologies and innovations to life with young Kenyans at the heart of it all.
Meet Dorcas Owino, founder of the Lake Hub innovation academy, putting young Kenyan women at the forefront of the tech revolution.
Agriculture is at the core of the Zambian way of life. The Africa-EU partnership has helped to introduce innovative business solutions, improved water management practices, and even tackled child healthcare issues for Zambia’s smallholder farmers, their families and communities.
Meet Osborne, a farmer with lasting solutions to secure a future for generations to come.
With decent jobs not always easy to find, the Africa-EU partnership is equipping budding entrepreneurs with the tools they need to set up and succeed in business, identify new market opportunities and reach new customers.
Meet Bernardo, a college professor who stopped asking for a job and created one instead.
The EU’s relationship with Africa is a key priority for the Commission. Our vision of the future Africa-EU partnership is to work together on global trends.