Ethiopian Horticulture Development Agency

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The Ethiopian Horticulture Development Agency (EHDA) is an Ethiopian government agency that aims to make Ethiopia a leading African country in export-led horticulture, or the cultivation of Ethiopian flowers, vegetables, fruits, and herbs to be sold overseas. Its main objective is to ensure the fast and sustainable growth of the country's horticulture export industry by providing support to the three pillars of development: investment, capacity building (i.e. pre- and post-harvest management), and marketing.

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