Is the shirt on your back made in Africa?
If you look in your wardrobe how many of your clothes are made in Africa?
All this week African cotton producers are in Kenya to discuss how they can promote the textiles industry on the continent.
Currently,world cotton prices are at record high but for the past five years Cotton production in Africa has been on the decline according to the African Cotton Association.
In Ghana, the government is throwing a lifeline to its textiles industry - renowned for its printed fabrics - to make it more competitive by considering subsidies to farmers and ensuring a regular and cheaper supply of water and electricity to factories.
Is Africa's cotton industry in danger of disappearing? Can Africans do more to save it? Do you consciously try to buy African clothes or are other producers doing it for less and getting your custom as a result? Send your views and don't forget to tell us where you're from.
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