Scope of Operations

   The consortium consists of companies, consultants and funding sources, available within the reach of Norcap Consortium Worldwide. This pool associated and cooperating entities includes, and extends from Canada, the United States, European Union and other European countries, the middle-east, Asia, Central and South America and within the continental sphere of Africa.

   As the need of our services grow, we are expanding into other African countries, but for the moment our geographic area of focus is not limited, but it includes the countries of Namibia, Lesotho, Mozambique, Angola, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Congo, the Central African Republic, Gabon, Cameroon, Chad, Sudan, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Libya and so forth. Per need basis, we open new markets for business opportunities.

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REPUBLIC OF GUINEA

  1.  Guinea's economy is largely dependent on agriculture and mineral production It is the world's second largest producer of bauxite, and has rich deposits. Guinea has abundant natural resources including 25% or more of the world's known bauxite reserves. It also has diamonds, gold, and other metals. The country has great potential for hydroelectric power. has considerable potential for growth in agricultural and fishing sectors. Soil, water, and climatic conditions provide opportunities for large-scale irrigated farming and agro-industry.  

REPUBLIC OF BURKINA FASO

  1. The value of Burkina Faso's exports fell from $2.77 billion in 2011 to $754 million in 2012.[63] Agriculture represents 32% of its gross domestic product and occupies 80% of the working population. It consists mostly of rearing livestock.  People grow crops of sorghum, pearl millet, maize (corn), peanuts, rice and cotton. Burkina Faso was ranked the 111th safest investment destination in the world. There is mining of copper, iron, manganese, gold, cassiterite (tin ore), and phosphates. Gold production increased 32% in 2011 at six gold mine sites.   .

REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON

  1. Has had a decade of strong economic performance. Natural resources are suited to agriculture and arboriculture particularly reliant on peasant agriculture for their foodstuffs. Soils and climate encourage commercial cultivation of bananas, cocoa, oil palms, rubber, and tea. Cash crops include coffee, sugar, and tobacco, coffee, cotton, groundnuts, and rice. Livestock are raised; add Fishing, Logging. It possesses substantial mineral resources, Energy comes from oil-powered thermal engines. Much of the country remains without reliable power supplies.  

REPUBLIC OF SUDAN

In 2010, Sudan was considered the 17th-fastest-growing economy[ in the world and the rapid development of the country largely from oil profits. Agricultural production remains Sudan's most-important sector. According to the Global Hunger Index of 2013, Sudan earned the nation the distinction of being the 5th hungriest nation in the world According to the 2015 Human Development Index.

REPUBLIC OF CONGO

ts development of hydrocarbon production made the country the fourth largest oil producer in the Gulf of Guinea. Its economy is heavily dependent on the oil sector and economic growth has slowed considerably. The economy is a mixture of village agriculture and handicrafts, an industrial sector based largely on petroleum support services. Petroleum extraction has supplanted forestry as the mainstay of the economy. It has large untapped mineral wealth. Natural gas and diamonds are also recent major Congolese exports. The Republic of the Congo also has large untapped base metal, gold, iron and phosphate deposits.   

REPUBLIC OF IVORY COAST

Ivorian economy relies heavily on agriculture. It is strengthening water and sanitation infrastructure. Ivory Coast has, The country is the largest economy in West Africa. It is the world's largest exporter of cocoa beans, and the fourth-largest exporter of goods in sub-Saharan Africa. Ivory Coast have is strengthening water and sanitation infrastructure. The country is the largest economy in the West African Economic and Monetary Union. The country is the fourth-largest exporter of goods, in general, in sub-Saharan Africa (following South Africa, Nigeria, and Angola)

REPUBLIC OF GUINEA BISSAU

  • Is among the world's least developed nations and one of the 10 poorest countries in the world, and depends mainly on agriculture and fishing. Cashew crops have increased remarkably in recent years, and the country now ranks sixth in cashew production. Guinea-Bissau exports non-fillet frozen fish and seafood, peanuts, palm kernels, and timber. License fees for fishing provide the government with some revenue. Rice is the major crop and staple food.

THE REPUBLIC OF MOZAMBIQUE

  • Is endowed with rich and extensive natural resources. Its economy is based largely on agriculture, but industry is mainly food and beverages, chemical manufacturing, and aluminum and petroleum production. Since 2001, Mozambique's annual average GDP growth has been among the world's highest.   

THE REPUBLIC OF ANGOLA

  • Has a rich subsoil heritage, from diamonds, oil, gold, copper and a rich wildlife. Angola's economy has become the fastest-growing economy in Africa and one of the fastest in the world. Angola is now the third largest financial market in sub-Saharan Africa, surpassed only by Nigeria and South Africa.   

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