NAIROBI September 21, 2016 — The Ecological Organic Agriculture (EOA) Initiative has trained its partners in East Africa on project and financial management.
The workshop in Nairobi was attended by 36 participants drawn from 4 Eastern Africa countries of Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda.
Addressing the participants, Dr David Amudavi, the EOA Project Coordinator and Executive Director of Biovision Africa Trust (BvAT) lamented the frustrations of delayed and in some cases sub-standard reports from partners, a situation that has caused challenges in undertaking central auditing for the project.
“This is an opportunity to build the capacity of partners to ensure that all activities in the region are successfully executed and reported. This is key, even as we mainstream ecological organic agriculture in the continent,” Dr Amudavi added.