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From the 23rd to 25th of December, the project “Associated agriculture for long-term income stabilization of ethnic minorities and equal integration in community development in Vietnam” (project BMZ) organized 5 training courses on market research for farmers in Cà Dy, Chà Vàl, Tà Bhing, Tà Pơơ communes and Thạnh Mỹ town, Nam Giang district (Quảng Nam province). The activity was implemented by the Center for Rural Development in Central Vietnam (CRD), University of Agriculture and Forestry, Hue University. 

 Overview of the training in Tà Pơơ commune

About 120 beneficiaries including local officials, core farmers, members of five cooperative groups, and those people who are interested in business in Cà Dy, Chà Vàl, Tà Bhing, Tà Pơơ communes and Thạnh Mỹ town participated in the training.

 A presentation in Tà Bhing commune

 Group discussion in Chà Vàl commune

At the training, reporters and CRD staff provided knowledge and skills on black pig products market research: definition of market, market research factors and methods, and market segmentation, etc.

After each training courses, the management board of cooperative group (head, deputy head, accountant, cashier and secretary) introduced themselves to members and communal officials.

 Introduction of the management board of the cooperative group in Chà Vàl commune

The cooperative groups also listed essential tools and equipment for their production and business activities such as: freezer, cooler, vacuum sealer and scale, etc. Based on business plans and contributions of the parties, the project shall work with stakeholders to suggest supporting a number of tools and equipment for groups. This activity followed the three training courses on value chain, market research and business planning for farmers.

The training courses were under the project “Associated agriculture for long-term income stabilization of ethnic minorities and equal integration in community development in Vietnam” funded by The Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and World Vision Deutschland./.

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