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Poultry Africa Expo postponed to 2022

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New dates for Poultry Africa Expo have been set for 2022.

Poultry Africa Expo 2021 is cancelled. Organizer of the event VNU Europe decided not to proceed with the 2021 show. The exhibition was planned on September 1 and 2, 2021. Poultry Africa will be rescheduled in 2022.


The decision to postpone Poultry Africa Expo has been taken due to the current travelling restrictions still present around the world and the continuous uncertainties due to the pandemic.

“It is unfortunately not feasible to deliver a high-quality event for all the stakeholders, as done in the previous two editions of Poultry Africa in 2017 and 2019”, according to the organisers. Therefore VNU officially cancelled the upcoming Poultry Africa 2021.  

New dates

At the same time, Poultry Africa is pleased to already announce the return to Kigali (Rwanda). New dates have been set for the event. It will be held on 5 an 6 October 2022, at the Kigali Convention Centre, after the successful 2019 edition. That edition of Poultry Africa Expo presented 128 exhibiting companies from 29 countries.

The rescheduling to 2022 provides VNU Europe and regional partners with the best conditions to confirm the positioning of this event as the most complete poultry exhibition for Africa.

Same location

Poultry Africa 2022 expects to welcome more than 2000 professional visitors of which 40 percent are estimated to be international poultry professionals from East, West and North Africa. Nutritionists, vets, farmers and food manufacturers are the main target profiles for this event. Details on the concept currently being developed for the 2022 edition will be disclosed in the coming months. 


Heading to the next event, a number of webinars will be organized by Poultry Africa. These online events will focus on global solutions for the African market. Poultry Africa team, this year, has already organized two sessions respectively focused on animal health practices to overcome biosecurity issues in Uganda, and food security solutions related to the poultry production value chain in Nigeria. Information on the upcoming webinars will be released via www.poultryafricaevent.com

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