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The Centre for African Bio-Entrepreneurship (CABE) is a knowledge sharing International Non-Governmental Organization that improves the livelihoods of African smallholder farmers and youth by providing technical expertise, information and policy research to solve problems in food security, health, water, education, environment and energy sectors –while balancing between gender and community vulnerability of the target populations.


CABE’s mission and vision is guided by four themes: sustainable livelihood, entrepreneurship, knowledge learning and innovation systems. Our staff and team develop and implement projects in the above named sectors and carry out publishable policy research, research-for-practice, relevant for improving the welfare of smallholder and youth entrepreneurs in Africa.


Our niche is on capacity training of smallholder farmer communities and youth on appropriate agricultural and livestock technologies and innovations. CABE seeks sustainable partnerships with other stakeholders in the establishment of community-based market and non-market information system to support trees, crops, livestock enterprises. We support entrepreneurial skills of the communities by making links work.