Come learn how to
1. Earn from your production work
2. Make a cost benefit analysis
3. Select a profitable enterprise
Through this training, gain exposure to different production methods, technologies and network with successful farmers and agripreneurs.
Location: Agromax Farm, Luteete Gayaza
Fee:50,000/= per person
Contact Number :0701040685
On Saturday 20th May 2017 Agromax will be conducting training in Luteete, Gayaza road from 09:00a.m to 1:00 p.m.
Ø Are you a farmer that is looking to increase his productivity and profitability through modern agriculture
Ø Do you want to learn how to manage labor, inputs and cost of production on your farm
Ø Do you want to understand agronomic practices associated with greenhouse farming, open field production, nursery management and more?
Ø Do you want to maximize on your land use by combining enterprises/practicing mixed farming principles
Ø Can you make a profit analysis?
At a fee of 50,000/= per person learn this and more.
Register today by calling our front desk on: 075(6)622465/ 077(6)622466For special group rates, please email us on email@example.com
An AVSI initiative sponsored by Embassy of Netherlands in collaboration with different implementing partners to provide a platform for knowledge transfer among the youth and gainful employment for sustainable income generation.
Agromax is one of such implementing partners that is working with a number of youth to create meaningful impact on the individuals and their communities as a whole
Individual story of Kasozi James
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James, aged 24 years, was born and raised up in Busula Village, Wakiso District in Central Uganda to parents who were practicing Agriculture at a subsistence level.
James grew up admiring Mr. Mulwana, a successful entrepreneur and farmer in the neighborhood and wanted to be like him. However, James’ dream came to a halt when after S.4, he couldn’t continue with his education due to financial hardships.” Being out of school was unbearable and tormenting to me’’, James recalls. “All the dreams and plans that I had
Hands-on training program for youth aged 18-35 years in principles and practices of commercialized agriculture, greenhouse management, open field production, irrigation system installation and management, entrepreneurship and business development.
We offer both 3 months and 6 months training program with residential facilities on site.Our next intake commences on 18th April 2017.
Limited slots available so apply today.
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Do you have youth in your family or community that would want to acquire knowledge and skills in how to earn a living from commercialized agriculture. Here is their chance!!!!
Join hundreds of youth that are benefiting from a residential hands on training program at Agromax(U)Limited in Luteete on Gayaza road.
Here is an opportunity to change your life and those of the people around you by acquiring skills in greenhouse farming and management, irrigation system installation, application and management, nursery management, forestry, business development through investment clubs, marketing and value addition among others.
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Agromax(U)Limited has designed a 6 months hands- on training program targeting Youth between 18-35 years. The participants are receiving intensive practical training pertaining to agribusiness and creation of their own sustainable income generating activities through the investment clubs they will be mentored into forming.
The next intake will be September 15th 2016 and registration is already in progress.
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Youth in agri-business
Agriculture in Uganda contributes up to 23.9% of its GDP and employs 73% of the labor force. The sector has different players engaging in animal husbandry, crop production, value addition and food processing. It’s an engaging activity that has in the past been dominated by males 40 years of age and over.
In the recent years however, many initiatives have been put in place to make it all inclusive with special focus on women and the youth. Many of these youth look at agriculture as a sector for the old and a fall back position if all avenues for formal employment fail. This has greatly contributed to the 83% youth unemployment rate. The different programs that have put in place by the Government of Uganda, NGO’s and other stakeholders aim at giving the youth alternative sources of livelihood and utilization of available resources. This calls for a paradigm shift. Agriculture should no longer be looked at as the “go to” but rather the “way to”.
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:raining on pests and disease management in horticultural production
Venue: Agromax, Luteete Gayaza
Value chain: Horticulture
Components: classroom session by expert
Demonstration training, pictorials and visual aid
QnA session with agronomist
For bookings , please contact Laurie on 0756622465