Contributing to economic and social development
The Value Chain Analysis program mainly targets participants from non-European countries and/or NGOs who are active in these countries.
Social and economic developments are the corner stones for local economic growth. In order to achieve local economic growth, participation in the global economy is a necessity. However, participation of small businesses and farmers is often hampered by issues such as capital, infrastructure and knowledge. By assessing the gaps and opportunities in the value chains, policy makers and practitioners will be able to develop policies, programs and strategies that create added value for the local economy.
This has been a good experience and I have gained a lot of skills. The discussions were great and they have broaden my mind in solving different issues”
Christine Warimu Mwah, participant Value Chain Analysis program April 2018
This course provides you with more in-depth knowledge on how to analyze and develop frameworks for local economic development. By discussing various value chains you practice how to analyze a value chain. The course addresses various models for sustainable local economic development and you learn how to design a public private partnership for development program including the organization of multi-stakeholder-meetings. You will get insight into other innovative forms of local economic development such as the Bottom of the Pyramid (BOP) and Cluster strategies.
Did you know that you can combine this course with the Corporate Social Responsibility course in April 2019 and December 2019 which will run the week before? Combining these two courses will save you up to a maximum of €500,-
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