Agricultural Managment Training Programme for Africa
[Landwirtschaftliches Training Programm fuer Afrika]
The Agricultural Management Training Programme for Africa (AMTA) was conceived by IFAD in the early 1980s and conducted in collaboration with the African Development Bank (AfDB), the World Bank's Economic Development Institute (EDI), and the Organization of African Unity/Scientific, Technical and Research Commission (OAU/STRC) as the regional sponsor and clearing house. AMTA was conceived for the following purposes: (a) to train a cadre of agricultural sector managers; (b) to establish a permanent agricultural management training capacity among regional and national training institutions; (c) to devise and develop suitable curricula, training materials and methods for training agricultural sector managers; (d) to improve, over a relatively short term, the performance of agricultural development projects; and (e) to "increase the awareness of senior government officials of policy issues and administrative procedures that affect the implementation of agricultural development projects."
Agriculture, Education
20. Okt 2003
10. Nov 2011