Incofin just launched an e-learning series open for the agricultural clients of the FAF. The trainings in key areas like good governance and digitalization, will strengthen producer organizations and SMEs which brings a fairer and more sustainable agriculture another step closer.
De-risking agro portfolio through interactive learning
Incofin just launched the second module of its e-learning series for agricultural clients. This module on financial management is part of a trainings series to strengthen producer organizations and SMEs which brings a fairer and more sustainable agriculture another step closer.
The digital training brings participants from all over the world together on a digital platform where they can share experiences and learn from each other. In addition, the program offers as well personalized coaching sessions to address individual needs of the participating organizations.
All of FAF’s francophone clients in Africa have successfully enrolled this second module (16 participants) on financial management with the aim to improve their profitability and sustaining investments. Clients learn how to develop a budget and operating plan, manage capital expenditures, deal with cash flow and foreign exchange risks.
The program is composed of 3 more modules: the first one was on good corporate governance and the next ones will focus on digital technology and on strategic planning. The e-learning series is developed through the Technical Assistance Facility of the Fair Trade Access Fund (TAF), and funded by KFW, BIO and FMO.