- City: Kigali
- Country: Rwanda
- Website: https://agriprofocus.com
- Business service details: Marketing and sales, Others
- Listed: October 16, 2017 2:00 pm
- Expires: This ad has expired
What is the AgriProFocus network?
AgriProFocus is a multi-stakeholder network, with 34 Dutch member organisations, in the agri-food sector consisting of farmer entrepreneurs, private sector enterprises, government, knowledge institutions and civil society organisations.
Active in 13 countries in Africa and South-East Asia, and linking 22.000 agribusiness professionals worldwide, we are the go-to network for farmer entrepreneurs in agricultural value chains.
The network members collaborate to accelerate the transition of agri-food systems, that should be sustinable and inclusive. SME’s play a crucial role in this transition. Entrepreneurs who are market oriented, business driven and willing to learn, innovate and grow. Entrepreneurs who together can, and will, make a difference for sustainable food and nutrition security at national, regional and international level.
The role of AgriProFocus secretariat and Country Networks is to facilitate:
Linking: Organising new collaborations in order to better tackle issues and seize opportunities.
Learning: Facilitating members to explore, create and strengthen opportunities for synergy and joint action.
Leadership: Building on evidence based cases, our members jointly shape the discourse at national, regional and global level. Our leadership activities offer members leverage and improved visibility & credibility.
What can we do for you?
+ Network maps on specific trends, issues, topics identified by members or donors
+ Business 2 Network matchmaking events and activities
+ Online platform with member profiles and resource databases
+ Member coalitions and member partnerships around identified opportunities
+ Yearly Agribusiness Development Monitor
+ Innovation & Learning Labs
+ Bottleneck identification and joint analysis of what works and doesn’t work
+ Learning Labs on key challenges, with reflection workshops, and scenario planning
+ Putting identified bottlenecks and opportunities on relevant (inter)national agenda’s
+ Joint Campaigns.
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