Business Skilling

Business Skilling

Rural communities often lag behind their urban counterparts because of lack of business and entrepreneurial skills. Since a majority of rural communities depend on agriculture for their livelihood, they need skills in adding value to farm harvests, marketing, planning, budgeting, and supplementary skilling (in technical skills such as welding, carpentry, sewing, weaving, pottery, bricklaying, etc) to complement farm income, especially, during non-farming seasons. Eatbeta’s goal is to train rural smallholder farmers in a variety of skills aimed at improving and enhancing their livelihoods.