Hope Sakuma's proud to attend the West African Competitiveness Programme (WACOMP) financial boot-camp our colleague learning all about business planning and financial record-keeping in the intensive two-day boot-camp aiming to help connect small and medium agricultural enterprises to local finance.
Reporting back on the business planning and budgeting boot-camp Mohamed :
"Although the trainings were really intensive it's very accessible and will help us focus in on different aspects of business planning"
Focused on the cassava and palm oil value chains the support and tips given were invaluable and Mohamed will return to our sustainable demonstration farm to train the team in record-keeping, as well as helping develop our business plan for Miracle Maize. Long-time readers will recall Mohamed as a student helping to discover Azolla in the swamps of Njala university, now joining the Hope team as a full-time volunteer.
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