“I for Afrika” is an another such initiative by Indo-African Chamber of Commerce and Industry strengthening business partnership with focus on sectors of high priority; enhancing capacity building initiatives and resources mobilization programmers; thereby acting as a facilitator for exchange of Business, cultural and tourism between India and Africa.

"I for Afrika" earning the distinction of being one of the largest event in India focusing 'Africa'.

It is a real privilege for me to thank each and every one, right from the Govt of India, MEA, my President, Board members, all our African Ambassadors, Dignitaries, leader of the respective delegation, Exhibitors, Media partners, Sponsors, Speakers, Visitors, team IACCI.... on behalf of the Chamber.

“India will always be there, as a friend and partner, to share our experience, expertise and resources to support African nations in whatever manner they want.”

Shri Narendra Modi

Indian Prime Minister

PM MODI's Vision

On Agriculture, Education & Health Care

We need to increase agricultural productivity & the government is making efforts to boost crop yields. The focus should be on achieving “PER DROP, MORECROP.”
Digital India, which promises to transform India into a connected knowledge economy offering world class services at the click of a mouse Health for All....
My vision for health care is an integrated system that understands and builds on the best and most effective of different traditions,"
“Promoting Partnership”............ an African proverb says, “If you want to go fast then travel alone..... If you want to go far then travel together.”

  • GLOBAL CONFERENCE: More than 1000 Indian Business delegates, captains of Indian industries, SME’s, Technocrats, Decision Makers & many more...
  • INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION: 100 plus exhibitors from various multi-sectoral business all over India showcasing the best practices to the global participants.
  • REVERSE BUYER SELLER MEET (RBSM) & B2B MEETINGS: Delegations of over 500 international stakeholders from more than 35 countries are expected to participate at the event.
  • FACTORY VISITS: To be organized on last day for the foreign delegates according to their sectors.
This event has become more significant because....
  • India has a long and deep historical connections with Africa, resulting which a strong Indian presence in Africa is seen.
  • Indian’s contribution to Africa is extensive.
  • The nature is India’s relationship with Africa is clearly evolving in to a wider, dipper engagement that, while clearly in India’s advantage, also offers significant potential benefits to its African counterpart
  • Africa & India are facing similar challenges of creating robust infrastructure facilities to meet requirements of their growing population.
  • Both the nations have notable opportunity to work together not only to meet the funding requirements, but also to share leading practices from each other’s experience to archive enhanced efficiency


  • “I have been attending this event since last 3 years in a row “I for Afrika” is a special event where by the Business community and diplomat interact for the promotion of Indo-Africa Bilateral Trade....”
    H.E. Desire Koumba
  • “One month after the successful Africa summit in Delhi we are very happy to be here in Gujarat for “I for Afrika”, we are very happy to see the enthusiastic response from the Business community .......”
    H.E. Ali Illiasu
  • “Excellent hospitality extended by the Indo-African Chamber, We achieve our goals of meetings more than 700 new Businessman who have zeal to promote their business with Africa”
    H.E. Madam Flowrence Whiche
  • “It is a growth story of expanding relationship between India & Africa. It is the need of an hour to encourage and motivate the Business community of India to promote, foster and develop the Business relationship between India & Africa...”
    H.E. Dr. Hasan Talib
  • “For us it is very meaningful because it is an Excellent platform which gives an opportunity to interact with Business people on One to One basis which is a rare combination.......”
    Mr. Philip Metsweni
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