CREDIT MANAGEMENT TRAINING (7th- 11th November 2016)
The Co-operative Retreat and Conference Center Karen.
SACCO GOVERNANCE TRAINING (21st- 25th November 2016)
Waterbuck Hotel Nakuru.
GALLERY UPDATE (3rd-7th October 2016)
Gallery Feature "Validation workshop on a study to establish viability on poultry keeping (Broilers) in Nairobi City Council" at Agricultural Information Resource Centre, in Nairobi, on Tuesday, 8th September 2015
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Agri and Co-operative Training & Consultancy Services Ltd (ATC), which is the consultancy arm of the Co-operative University College of Kenya (CUCK), works to support and improve all aspects of the co-operative movement in Kenya. ATC works with both registered co-operatives and emerging pre-co-operatives to build good governance and leadership as well as improve production and marketing strategies through various trainings,technical assistance and information sharing.
In an effort to create a one-stop-shop for co-operative information that could be made available to all co-operatives, farmers and agribusiness enterprises across the country, ATC has developed an online Co-operative Information and Resource Center (CIRC). Through the supply of accessible information on the co-operative movement the CIRC intends to become a valued source of information for co-operatives across multiple sectors of the economy.
CIRC is an online platform composed of how to guides, e-learning courses, useful information and tools that serve to help co-operatives achieve institutional development. CIRC also contains a virtual library of public and private resources that permit cooperatives and public-private entities to share relevant information on how to improve performance, effectiveness and efficiency.
This website is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents are the responsibility of ACDIVOCA and ATC and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States government.