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About the Exhibition

The 3rd Made in Africa International Exhibition convenes, educates and advocates for a vision of Africa as a place of unbounded optimism, rapid growth, and massive cultural transformation and presents the continent as a hub of experimentation that generates innovative design approaches and solutions on the Globe. The Made in Africa International Exhibition brings together experts from across the world and disciplines to unite African Canadian entrepreneurs, policy makers , activists, scholars, artists, and designers to address a global audience and provide the world with the modern African heritage recognizing the daily contributions that African Canadians make to Canada. The exhibition will showcase how African products contribute to significant economic, and social change in North America.

Buy Africa For Africa: Is a global solidarity to build the market for African made products and services so they can compete internationally.

The exhibition will be the springboard of the long-term connectivity plan as we connect African products and Services internationally. Provide a forum for partnership, networking, interaction and engagement among African entrepreneurs, service organizations and government agencies in Canada to Conduct an international conversation/consultation with Advanced Market agencies and partners for economic development issues

The exhibition is a hub of information about African culture , products and services. Hence showcase of traditional dishes, crafts, African fabric (Kitenge), art, design, paintings, traditional dance and drama from Canada and International delegates. It offers the chance to explore cutting-edge products and services available from commercial and non-commercial organizations. Don’t miss the chance to talk directly with representatives of these key organizations in the Made in Africa response.

Post Bank Uganda is the only authorized in-person registration point.
Account Number: 1110037012438
Main Branch Nkruma Road Summit Banking Diaspora Desk. We don’t have any individual agents to make sure you obtain a bank receipt upon registration.
Registration Fees are Non Refundable!
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● May 19th-21-2023: Home is Best Made in Africa in Person –Exhibition days
● October 24th 2022: Registration Opens
● January 1st End of Early Bird Registration
● March 1st Late Registration in Effect
● April 14th 2023: Registration Closes

Fees. Delegates $250 | Exhibitors $500

To attend the 3rd Home Is Best Made in Africa International Exhibition in Toronto Canada you must take certain steps to enter Canada.

Step One: Find out if you require a Visitor’s Visa to Enter Canada

If you are eligible to travel to Canada, it is your responsibility to investigate visa requirements and apply for a visitor visa (also called a temporary resident visa), Most of the International delegates will need a visitor visa or an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to travel to Canada click on the link below for more information:

Step Two: Check the processing Time before You Apply for your visa

It has come to our attention that the visitor’s visa take more than 3 months to be approved we therefore advise our international delegates to apply for their visa at least 12 weeks before the Exhibition. Click on the link below to see the processing times, as it varies by country.

Step Three: Official Letter of Invitation

To apply for a visa’s visa you will need an official letter of invitation from PTMOF. Please note the letter can only be issued after full payment of registration fees. The invitation letter is not a grantee that a visa will be approved consequently, it is the jurisdiction of the Canadian Immigration department to make a determination on whether the delete gates meet their criteria to enter Canada; all expenses incurred in relation to visa processing and participation in the exhibition are the sole responsibility of the delegate. Registration fees are non-refundable and can only be transferred to another delegate recommended by the original recipient.

Why Home is Best, Made in Africa International Exhibition?

The Home is Best, Made in Africa International Exhibition is organised by PTMOF – Pelletier Teenage Mothers Foundation. PTMOF is a Non-profit organization that works with pregnant teenagers, Teen Mothers, with their Children in nurturing a positive mental health, physical and social development of traumatized young parents, helping them to re-integrate back into their communities.

In the year 2023, PTMOF intends to extend the knowledge of youth skilling and development from Africa to communities in Ontario targeting the youth and marginalised community members through show casing African special creations in Art, Crafts, Design, Culture, Food and Tourism.


Holiday Inn Toronto Airport East
600 Dixon Rd, Toronto, ON M9W 1J1
(Main Conference Hall)

Where to Stay?

Holiday Inn Toronto Airport East
600 Dixon Rd, Toronto, ON M9W 1J1
Participant discount rate Until January 1st 2023