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Thursday, March 9, 2017

TechnoServe Business Resources Management Training Invitation to Food Processors

TechnoServe
Invitation to Food Processors
Business Resources Management Training
Nairobi: Wednesday, April 5th – Thursday, April 6th 2017
Kisumu: Tuesday, April 11th – Wednesday April 12th 2017
TechnoServe in collaboration with U.S. based Partners in Food Solutions (PFS) is implementing a project named Solutions for African Food Enterprises (SAFE) with funding from USAID.
The objective of SAFE is to increase competitiveness of the African food processing sector to expand availability of affordable and nutritious foods.
PFS is a non-profit organization that links the technical and business expertise of volunteer employees from some of the world’s leading food and equipment manufacturers, General Mills, Cargill, Royal DSM, Buhler, Hershey and Ardent Mills to food processing companies throughout Africa.
TechnoServe, Inc. (www.technoserve.org) is an international nonprofit development organization founded in 1968.
Its mission is to work with enterprising people in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses and industries.
As part of our objective, SAFE together with other stakeholders, is carrying out two day training on Business Resources Management.
The knowledge gained from this training will help food processors implement valuable asset management practices, map their internal business processes for productivity, utilize their production wastes, and appreciate policies and standards on environmental management.
We are thus inviting food processors who would like to benefit from this training to send an application nominating one delegate from their company who they propose for the workshop.
The participants will be required to pay a registration fee of Ksh 2,000 (Two thousand shillings only) as well as cater for their transportation costs.
Other training expenses including training materials, venue, and meals will be covered under SAFE. Reservations for the limited slots will be on a first come first served basis.
Interested food processors should send applications, specifying preferred location of training (Nairobi or Kisumu).
Not later than 14th March 2017.

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