T&T state enterprise for entrepreneurship works together with Agri.  Development bank to raise profile of food security

T&T state enterprise for entrepreneurship works together with Agri. Development bank to raise profile of food security

Perhaps in order to provide an early impetus for the region’s enterprise to cut extra-regional food imports by 25% by 2025, the National Entrepreneurship Development Company (NEDCO) of Trinidad and Tobago has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) of the country. ) which a report in a section of the Trinidad and Tobago media says aims to raise awareness of local food production in the two-island republic.

Speaking at the signing ceremony yesterday, President of the state-run NEDCO, Clarry Benn, reportedly said signing the MOU will enable the organization to support participants with training and development, business consulting services, mentorship and networking opportunities.

The Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Dr. Keith Rowley, is one of the Caribbean heads who have expressed interest in the recent regional focus on strengthening their good food security through initiatives that include the 25×2025 reduced food import target, alongside broader initiatives to strengthen its own food security. bona fides as a robust food producing region.

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