DFCU Bank in association with Vision Group and the Netherlands Embassy have propelled the current year’s version of the Harvest Money Expo that will occur from 14th – 16th February, at Mandela National Stadium, Nambole.
Under the subject ‘Worth Addition’, DFCU Bank and its accomplices look to improve creation and showcasing of horticultural items to expand the ware an incentive so as to guarantee an ascent in deals, advertise development and that ranchers get a decent cost for their items.
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The Harvest Money Expo activity, presently in its fourth version, means to feature the commitment of agribusiness to the improvement of the economy and furthermore change the negative observation that most Ugandans hold towards horticulture as not being a decent profession alternative.
Talking during the Harvest Money Expo dispatch, DFCU Bank’s CEO, Mathias Katamba, said; “The economy of Uganda can be changed through automation improvement of horticulture.
In addition, commercialization and exploiting the remarkable idea of our nation’s climate and soils. As DFCU Bank, we might want to offer more help to the horticultural business. For instance by giving ranchers access to gear for agrarian automation through our benefit financing item.”
Mr. Katamba likewise emphasized the need to get youngsters engaged with horticulture to develop the part.
A year ago, more than 28,000 individuals went to the Harvest Money Expo. This year, the supporters and coordinators are focusing on an objective of more than 35,000 individuals who will incorporate; ranchers, business agents, the overall population, remote exhibitors from different nations. The Netherlands Embassy has vowed to have a ‘Netherlands Village’ at the Expo, where 48 organizations including 16 top Dutch agribusiness organizations will exhibit, share information and cultivating encounters.
The Vision Group CEO, Robert Kabushenga said; “The Harvest Money Expo has become a schedule occasion for each rancher in light of the advantages they get from it. It is additionally a get-together where individuals come to mingle and share information.”
The current year’s Harvest Money Expo will likewise have in participation all the past victors of the Best ranchers’ opposition.