Making Agribusiness Work

  • 13th March 2019
  • by secretary
Making Agribusiness Work’ course, which will help you to contribute to local entrepreneurial development and food security. Over the years, iCRA experienced that many business support services (BSS) find it hard to attract new clients and projects. They need to invest a lot of time in search for new funding, while they rather use that time to support small-scale producers and processors – and doing the work they love and do best.

Making Agribusiness Work is offered in English and in French. For more information about the French course go here

Where-When/Europe: Wageningen, the Netherlands and online
4 – 15 November 2019, (7 Oct – 20 Dec full programme incl online learning)


15 – 26 April 2019, Benin (in French)
17 – 28 June 2019, Nigeria
18 – 29 Nov 2019, Kenya

Who can attend this course? The course is specially designed for professionals who…

  • Are practitioners and field staff from private business support services, produrer or trade based organizations, small and medium entreprises and government extension services
  • Work in a business context in agri-sector and want to contribute to local entrepreneurial development and food security.
  • Are ambitious and want to make a change
  • Are proficient in English Course locations

Course costs: Tuition fee: 2497 euros

  • Scholarship information incl the application form can be found HERE
  • Scholarship application deadline is 21 March 2019.
  • MENA Scholarship Programme (MSP). The MSP is open to professionals who are nationals of – and living and working in – one of following countries listed:  Algeria, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan , Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia