According to the Bank’s website, the project will support rice and millet cooperatives in Cote D’Ivoire and Senegal to improve their professionalism. Baseline assessments will be carried out at the start of project to measure the cooperatives' levels professionalism. A customized capacity building program will be developed and leaders from target cooperatives will be trained and coached on the various aspects of managing cooperatives. At the end of the training and coaching, assessments will be conducted to gauge the improvements. The project will also explore development of digital financial models that will help the participating cooperatives to access finance.
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