This first phase of training, according to a note sent to VerAngola, is intended for 25 participants "between service providers and academics, selected by INAPEM and the Public Institutions of Higher Education, respectively.
The document states that the training will take place at the premises of the Provincial Departments of Business Support of INAPEM. The classes will take place via the Zoom platform "using experts" from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
"The AgroPRODESI project is the result of a partnership between the Ministry of Economy and Planning, Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and its purpose is to contribute to achieving the PRODESI goal of increasing national production by 25 percent," the document states.
The initiative also aims to foster the "development of value chains prioritized in PRODESI," by involving "key market players through a platform for dialogue and strengthening technical and functional capacity in the areas of agribusiness development and agrifood value chains, as well as strengthening the capacity of service providers in the INAPEM network and academics in the development of investment proposals and agribusiness management.