Musika, in collaboration with Open Capital and with funding from Irish Aid, recently launched the Making Agricultural Markets Work for Nutrition Project. Through this two-year programme, 30 rural Zambian agro-processors will receive tailored business and financial management skills capacity building, and targeted technical improvement support.
Processors working with horticultural crops (fruits and vegetables), biofortified crops (orange maize, orange sweet potato, iron and zinc beans), and legumes (cowpeas, soya, groundnuts, beans), and operating in Mazabuka, Mongu, Kabwe or Mumbwa districts are eligible to apply.
Interested processors are eligible to apply, if they meet the following criteria:
1. Headquartered in, or has significant sales or operations in Mazabuka, Mongu, Kabwe and Mumbwa districts; or immediately adjacent districts with ability to travel to above-mentioned for training and meetings
2. Operating in any of the following value chain(s): horticultural crops (fruits and vegetables), biofortified crops (orange maize, orange sweet potato, iron and zinc beans), and legumes (cowpeas, soya, groundnuts, beans)
3. Operating for 2+ years with ZMW 150K-800K in annual revenues
4. Senior management has reliable computer and internet access for communication via email and regular participation in videoconferencing meetings, trainings, and webinars
Learn more and apply by Friday February 5th, 2021.