Entrepreneurship and Business Planning Training for KAPAP Service Providers
To affirm its leadership position in Technical Trainings Industry – driven transfer of technology, and support for government policy and programs, The Technical University of Kenya (TUK) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Kenya Agricultural Productivity and Agribusiness Project (KAPAP) for the 2013/2014 fiscal year – Ministry of Agriculture, livestock and Fisheries. The Technical University of Kenya mandate included training Agribusiness Service Providers across 24 countries in Entrepreneurship and Business plan development. The project which was sponsored by the World Bank through KAPAP to the tune of Kshs. 5,075,672.00 was conducted by the School of Business and Management Studies, Department of Entrepreneurship and Technology Management (DETM) under the guidance of Division of Technology, Innovations and Partnerships (TIP), headed by Professor Suki Mwendwa (centre in above photo).
The project implementation team, appointed by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor F.W.O.Aduol. Shown in the photograph above from right: Dr. Jane Mputhia (Project Coordinator), Professor Adede Amadi (Director- Enterprise Development and Consultancy), Betsy Wanjala (DETM), Professor Wilson Ogola (Director- Industry and Partnerships), Professor Suki Mwendwa - DVC (TIP), Professor Emily Akuno – Faculty Dean, (SBMS), Dr. Eljoy Micheni ( SBMS), Professor Nixon Muganda – Director , (SBMS) , Dorcas Mutemi (DETM).