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Fruit and Veg Sector Desk Training on Export Demand and Global GAP Certification, 11 – 12 July 2019

All AAA members from the 6 Country Chapters, and non-members to attend a Fruit and Veg SD Training on Export Demand and Global GAP Certification, on 11&12 July 2019, in Lilongwe, Malawi. Topics to be covered include; – Good Quality – Safety Services and their roles – What Global GAP is -Importance of Global GAP – Certification – Global Certification

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Business Dialogue Handling, 28 – 29 May 2019

AAA Tanzania members to undergo a training on Business Dialogue Handling. The topics to be covered include; 1) Equity raising process specifically on technical terminologies that every SME should know, top investor or partner criteria, promising business models 2) Company Valuation and investment term sheet focusing on business plans, company valuation and terms of investment and how to hold around

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AAA Buddy Program

The AAA Buddy Program is a mentorship and coaching program that was launched by Africa Agribusiness Academy in response to the midterm term review that was conducted in 2016. The MTR revealed among others that the members are yearning for guided growth. The SME members want to grow by benchmarking other AAA members who have gone through the pangs of

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Africa Agribusiness Academy Kenya Chapter signs a Grant Agreement with Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA) to support Horticulture Agribusiness SMEs

Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) play a major role in economic development, particularly in emerging countries. Studies indicate that formal SMEs contribute up to 45 percent of employment and up to 33 percent of GDP in developing economies. However, access to technical support remains a key constraint to SME development. Technical support access is critical for the growth of small

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TWENDE UGANDA 2018

“Twende” Uganda was organised by Africa Agribusiness Academy in Kampala, Uganda from 2nd to 5th October 2018. The event was attended by over 150 participants from Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda. Its purpose has been to promote regional trade amongst agribased SMEs. “Twende Uganda”, meaning, “Let’s go Uganda,” was initiated by one of the AAA Business Clubs in Kenya,

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