INVESTING IN TRAINING TO IMPROVE SMALLHOLDER FARMER PRODUCTIVITY AND RELIABILITY
Successful African agribusinesses report on their work to improve the reliability, quality and productivity of supply from smallholder farmers
PART TWO: INVESTING IN TRAINING
- Feddy Tesha, CEO of dairy company Profate Investments in Tanzania, is creating a dairy and pasture farm and training centre. She aims to enhance production and quality and reduce side-selling by providing stable demand
- Shaun Cawood, founder and owner of Mozambican fruit and vegetable company CB Farm Fresh, has invested in training to improve the productivity of out-grower farmers
- Malawian agribusiness Exagris is teaming up with the national farmers‘ association, NASFAM, to transfer farming best practice and technology to smallholders.