Feasibility Study and Proposal Writing in Agribusiness Management (ARM 244)

Agriculture, Professional Courses

  • Kwara, Ilorin
  • 4 days
  • 40,200.00

An area of focus of governments and NGOs in Nigeria is the promotion of agricultural projects and small/medium enterprises (SMEs), as the vehicle for sustainable development. Consequently, SMEs Facilitators/Business Advisors, Agricultural Officers and Extension Officers are required to prepare and/or appraise projects. In addition, they are also expected to write proposals for financial/technical assistance. ARMTI's interactions with some SME facilitators have shown that many of the officers are not sufficiently equipped to prepare and appraise feasibility reports and proposals.

Course Objective

This course is designed to improve the knowledge and skills of participants in preparing feasibility study and proposals. At the end of the course, participants should be able to identify steps in conducting a feasibility study write appropriate feasibility report and proposal and appraise feasibility report and proposals.

Course Outline
  • Overview of SMEs in Nigeria.
  • Project cycle/sequence.
  • Project identification techniques.
  • Operational feasibility analysis for projects.
  • Project design logical framework.
  • Cash/resource flow projection.
  • Measures of project worth and viability.
  • Feasibility report/proposal writing.
  • Computer application to project feasibility analysis.
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