Food scarcity is not a new phenomenon. Food imports into Africa in 2014 were estimated to be USD 50 Billion. Poor utilization of available arable land fit for agricultural production, post-harvesting losses estimated to be 40%, declining productivity, farm degradation and poor production management have resulted in increased food prices.
The investing in Agribusiness Production Program will seek to explore various ways of creating wealth in agricultural production, addressing the various challenges that face primary production investors, primary production financing as well as routes to markets.
Investment: Ksh 82,500 for both modules (payment modalities 3/4 before module one 1/4 before module two)
For more information on the program, contact Peter Kibe on email@example.com or call +254 (0) 739 149 151.
26th -28th April 2017
24th – 26th May 2017