The National Agribusiness Council (NAC), established in June 2000, is focused on the objectives of its founder sponsor – the USAID funded Agro Enterprises Project (AgEnt), driving the development of the national agribusiness sector.
As the apex representative body for the sector, NAC’s objectives encompass a wide range of services designed to make Sri Lanka’s agribusiness sector competitive in the globalize market place.
NAC consists of 17 Associations and 15 Cooperate Members covering every sphere of agribusiness in the country. The council offers leadership to stronger and globally competitive private sector driven agribusiness development.
- The voice of agribusiness in sri lanka . The apex body for agribusiness related associations with a reach of over 200,000 individuals and enterprises in agriculture.
- A gate way to the agricultural sector in Sri Lanka. The potential to create opportunities for excellent linkages to agribusiness entities.
- A trusted partner in promoting capacity building. The ability to work across sub-sectors in agriculture to improve efficiency and productivity.
- Promoting public / private sector corporation Engaging and advising in policy issues enhances the business environment for the agricultural entrepreneurs.
- Facilitating technological advancements in agriculture A membership that is committed to improving the technology base from seed to the table.
- A Fruit and vegetable garden to the world. Promoting the inherent ecological advantage of the country to grow key food crops all the year round and supply the world.