The report highlights the evolving interests of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, driven by factors such as the COVID-19 pandemic, food security concerns, and changing geopolitics. It emphasizes significant investments in Africa, particularly in agriculture, infrastructure, energy and agribusiness projects. The GCC aims to diversify its economies, leveraging Africa's potential for mutual growth. Challenges like inflation and supply disruptions heighten the importance of Africa's abundant resources and the African Continental Free Trade Agreement.The report explores various aspects of GCC-Sub-Saharan African relations, covering economic, trade, agriculture, real estate, tourism, aid, regional security, and more. It delves into opportunities in agriculture, industry, tourism, information and communication technology, logistics, infrastructure, energy, minerals, and cultural exchange. Additionally, it addresses the future of GCC-Sub-Saharan African relationships and examines the challenges and potential solutions in these areas.