Project references

MSM has an extensive portfolio of global custom programmes 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 organisations and offers institutional management strengthening through educational and advisory interventions in a variety of fields. MSM’s global custom programmes are tailored to the specific needs and challenges of your organisation, making them the perfect tool to strengthen the leadership skills and expertise of the professionals of your organisation.

Below you can see an overview of custom-made programmes and capacity building projects delivered by MSM in the recent past. Or visit our YouTube channel to experience the captivating visual journey of our projects.

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
Bright Future in Agriculture South: Enhancing employability and food security in Ethiopia through quality ATVETs in horticulture

BFA South is based on the notion that improving the quality and employability of ATVET graduates necessitates changes on local, regional and federal level through triple helix partnerships.

  • Arba Minch, ET
Strengthening Cap. for Sustainable Innovation Processes

The project focusses on curriculum development and training of faculty, on research, and on strengthening the interaction within the agricultural sector in Palestine.

  • Jerusalem, PS
Strengthening the Capacity of the National Agricultural Research Centre

The TMT consisted of several interventions, the main one being training of NARC staff combined with advice and counseling and an exploratory visit to an Agricultural research center and presentation of a research paper at a conference

  • West Bank, PS
Agricultural Entrepreneurship Incubator – Telephone Farmers Project

The general objective of this project was to improve the agri-business climate in Kenya by fostering profitable agribusiness models.

  • Nairobi, KE
Setting up a blended learning program for sustainable inclusive agricultural value chain development in Indonesia

This 3 year project responds to introducing an innovative, practical and cost-effective way of capacity building on inclusive and sustainable value chain analysis and promotion

  • ambon, ID
Incubation and entrepreneurship development in agro-technology in Western Africa

This course introduced participants to innovative techniques and current entrepreneurship skills in the agribusiness sector.

  • Kumasi, GH