Details of the Development Authority’s support for owners of agricultural projects in the governorates

The Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency participated in the activities of the first festival of medicinal and aromatic plants, which lasts for two days in Fayoum Governorate, under the auspices of the Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation and in cooperation with the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ). .

This comes within the framework of the Enterprise Development Agency’s keenness to provide various aspects of financial and non-financial services for small projects in the various governorates of the Republic, including agricultural projects specialized in medicinal and aromatic crops.

Raafat Abbas, head of the central sector for non-financial services at the Enterprise Development Agency, said that the agency is interested in supporting and developing agricultural projects in various governorates of Egypt, by providing a package of specialized training programs to support the technical and marketing capabilities of the owners of agricultural projects, referring to the agency’s participation in the Aromatic Plants Festival. In Fayoum, it comes within the framework of its keenness to reach a larger segment of the owners of agricultural activities or those wishing to establish new projects or develop their existing ones, and to familiarize them with the services available through the agency and facilitate their access to them.

Abbas added, in a press statement, today, Friday, that the mechanisms of the agency’s activities in supporting these projects, whether new or existing, are diverse, as the most important of which comes in the design, preparation and availability of technical support services for clients wishing to establish small and micro agricultural projects, by providing models Indicative feasibility studies for projects in the field of agricultural production and industrialization, in addition to designing and implementing specialized technical and marketing capacity-building programs for the owners of these projects.

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