CEO, Euroafrilink, Netherlands
Patience Chindong is Communication and Project Management Specialist trained in Cameroon and at
Wageningen University & Research (WUR), the world’s leading Agricultural University. Patience is
the co-founder and CEO of EuroAfri Link with services that are threefold; (i) bridging the market gap
between African farmers and European importers/consumers, with a keen eye on closing the gender gap in business; (ii) sourcing growth funds for agribusinesses and smallholders; and (iii) providing counselling and bridging of high calibre African students/professionals seeking to study at accredited agri-tech universities and institutions in Europe.Our core service at EuroAfri Link is to support European food buyers in their African sourcing and African exporters entering international markets like the EU. She has a strong belief that promoting trade improves the livelihoods of communities in Africa especially women and the positioning of African agribusiness that has more women entrepreneurs than men. Her wealth of work experiences in the private sector development and non-governmental organisations is anchored to better foster increased productivity, profitability and people empowerment in trade and skills development to benefit both Africans and Europeans in a sustainable manner. In addition to EuroAfri link, Patience is board member of the EU Tech Chamber (EUTECH), Africa chapter, with a strong focus on technology in food & agri value chains, to promote productivity and food quality, Vice president of Africa Council of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ACOSBE) and a member of the Advisory Board of the African Agribusiness Alliance (AAA). Combining this technology.Network and her know-how about EU regulations on food safety she bridges the gap between the EU market and the African communities.Creating sustainable trade links, facilitate in working capital provision and develop skills are the tools she is working with.