Trade and investment support institutions from Kenya, Rwanda and Tanzania to Master Results Based Management
Trade and Investment Support Institutions play a crucial role in the development of local SMEs and the markets in which they do their business. They play a pivotal role in monitoring, evaluating and managing the results for trade promotion interventions
to empower local businesses and ensure steady improvements.
Thirteen participants representing eight institutions from Kenya, Rwanda and Tanzania participated in a three-day training in Nairobi on result-based management. They belonged to the horticulture, avocado and spices sectors. As part of MARKUP’s initiative to strengthen Trade and Investment Support Institutions, it was the third training arranged in 2019.
This training focused on results-based management strategy that aims at ensuring all actions and processes contribute to the achievement of the set objectives. A wide range of topics, including basic concepts and the complex action plans for each organisation were covered in the training. Expressing their appreciation, participants said they felt empowered with an improved confidence in their abilities to introduce relevant changes suggested by the training in their work.
2020 will be the time to implement the proposed changes and continue with knowledge sharing and learning through webinars and home-based assessments.