MSM has an extensive portfolio of custom learning programs and international management development projects, for the public and private sector, and for the higher and vocational education sector. MSM collaborates extensively with international development agencies and donor organizations and offers institutional management strengthening through educational and advisory interventions in a variety of fields. MSM’s custom learning programs are tailored to the specific needs and challenges of your organization, making them the perfect tool to strengthen the leadership skills and expertise of the professionals of your organization.
Below you can see an overview of custom learning programs and capacity building projects delivered by MSM in the recent past.
To address the lack of skills of emerging commercial farmers and processors in South Africa
MSM will jointly work on the development of Tailor-Made Training (TMT) courses that address the lack of skills of emerging commercial farmers in food processing in South Africa.
- Stellenbosch, ZA
Strengthening capacity of TVET teaching and management staff to enhance development and provision of curricula and programs by HEs & TVETs in the Jordanian horticulture sector
Enhance horticulture curricula and programs of two TVETs and one Higher Education provider and improve agricultural growth and sustainable & equitable water use in Jordan.
- Amman, JO
Strengthening Skills and Training Capacity in the Horticulture Sector in Tanzania
The project concentrates on the horticulture sub-sector in Tanzania. It’s based on the fundamental notion that improving the quality and employability of ATVET graduates should be based on the needs of the labour market
- Dar es Salaam, TZ
Support the sub-sector of technical and professional training for the community-building of resilience to food and nutrition insecurity in the regions of Mopti and/or Gao in Mali
The project aims to contribute to the Sustainable Development Goal - SDG 2: "End hunger and undernourishment of children, double the productivity and incomes of smallholders and guarantee the sustainability and resilience of food production by 2030”
- Bamako, ML
Promoting resource smart green technologies in technical professional and higher education, to increase Mozambique’s food production and nutrition security
Through the project a Centre for Innovation and Resource-Smart Green Technologies in Manica (Chimoio) attached to ISPM will be established. Here TVET, HE, research institutions, public and private sector will partner to facilitate innovation
- Chimoio, MZ
Strengthening skills and training capacity in horticulture in Kenya
The project is based on the fundamental notion that improving the quality and employability of A-TVET graduates should be based on the needs in the labour market.
- kakamega, KE
Strengthening skills of TVET staff and students for optimizing water usage & climate smart agriculture in South Africa
The project combines the promotion of agriculture growth and sustainable & equitable water use. It will concentrate on the educating young people in the field of optimizing water usage & climate smart agriculture.
- Stellenbosch, ZA
Strengthening skills and training capacity in the horticulture sector in Uganda
This project aims at strengthening the skills to improve the horticultural situation in Uganda. This is mainly achieved via strengthening the educational situation at A-TVET level.
- Kampala, UG
Improving demand-driven vocational training & education in poultry and dairy
In this project the poultry and dairy vocational programs in 10 SMK’s will become gender sensitive, agribusiness driven and certified on the basis of the three CO’s, hence authorities, companies and educators working together in curricula formulation
- West Java, ID
Reviving Agricultural Technical and Vocational Education and Training in Ghana by integrating Farm Institutions (FI’s) in the wider agricultural education system with public agricultural colleges and universities
The project aims to contribute to SDG 2: “End hunger and children's undernourishment, double smallholder productivity and income, and ensure the sustainability and resilience of food production systems by 2030”
- Abakrampa, GH