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ATC Working With Universities in Value Chains Curricular Development

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An Introductory Valuelinks  Training Course/university value chain curriculum workshop  was held at the Waterbuck Hotel Nakuru for 22(twenty two) participants drawn from four public universities in Kenya. The assignment commissioned by GIZ PSDA and facilitated by ATC and Prof Nderitu took place from 18th to 22nd June 2012.

The overall goal of the training cum workshop was to introduce, expose and familiarise university faculty to the  Value Chain Development concept and retool them to effectively mainstream the methodology in university curriculum. Specific objectives  of the training cum workshop were to
Deepen the appreciation of the value Chain approach by university faculty
Improve/expand  skills of faculty in value chain methodology
Explore and design ways of mainstreaming value chain approach in the university curriculum

The workshop was to introduce, expose and familiarise university faculty to the  Value Chain Development concept and retool them to effectively mainstream the methodology in university curriculum.
Specific objectives  of the training cum workshop was to
Enhance  the capacity of university  staff to  effectively design, implement and monitor and  value chain upgrading projects using Valuelinks methodology.
Explore ways of mainstreaming value chain methodology in university curriculum. It was noted that most of the universities were in the process of reviewing their curriculum hence the need to take this opportunity and  introduce value chain concepts in the curriculum
International ValueLinks Introductory Training Seminar
5th to 9th MARCH 2012
At
Sentido Paradise Beach Resort, Mombasa, Kenya
Last Updated ( Friday, 13 July 2012 15:20 )  

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