During their short visit to the SET project, they met with young female trainers, who work on gender transformation in the communities and representatives from private sector companies involved in the project. They also visited two organisations involved in skills development in agriculture and agri-business.
Ms. Danzi, who is an agricultural economist with a personal interest in environmental issues, talked to the numerous youths of the Sokoine University Graduate Entrepreneurs Cooperative (SUGECO). The cooperative is a key implementation partner of SET offering skills to youth and young mothers in various parts of Morogoro region.
In her closing statement at SUGECO, Ms. Danzi stressed that well thought-out skills development packages can contribute to alleviate the challenges experienced by youth to gain income and find employment. She underlined the important links between the private sector, training providers and financial services. Finally, she highlighted the important contribution of farmers throughout the world.