Why does SACOMA place a strong emphasis on encouraging entrepreneurship and not just buying and selling products?
SACOMA pursues financial returns through impact investments in trade in sustainable food and agriculture with improved entrepreneurial development and capacity building. We provide very customized services for the farmers and the supply chain clients because that’s what they require. They require a lot of education.
When we prevent physical waste, increase energy efficiency or improve resource productivity, we save money, improve profitability and enhance competitiveness for our final products in the markets.
How do you measure the success/impact of your educational programme.
We have designed our performance management system to align to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): It is a useful framework for communicating and articulating the impact.