Somalia: COLEACP training for Jubba Agro
- Posted by: Sandra Borma
- Category: News, Somalia
Technical staff of Jubba Agro (Somalia), undertook remote learning from a senior Ghanaian COLEACP expert, Mark Tutu Sarpong. The training focused on food security and good agricultural practices while also cascading training on good pedagogical dissemination practices using COLEACP field technical workshop methodology. The trainees were asked to produce engaging pedagogical content and deliver practical sessions to their peers.
The field workshop methodology developed by COLEACP has been designed around specific subjects in order to help the target audience understand, in a clear and pictorial way, the good practices to be respected throughout the production process so that the product complies with standards and regulatory requirements.
Jubba Agro is an importer and supplier of farm machinery in Somalia – tractors, implements, attachments, farm accessories and inputs.
This activity is supported by the Fit For Market programme, implemented by COLEACP within the Framework of Development Cooperation between the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS) and the European Union, and co-funded by the French Development Agency (AFD).