The results of the training of SME-VSE actors in the forestry-wood sector in Congo are encouraging in a context that requires adaptation to the multiple transformations that the forestry sector is undergoing in the Congo Basin countries.
The training mission for SME-VSE actors that took place in Brazzaville from February 21 to March 11, 2002 was the last in a series of four missions (the other three took place in the DRC, Cameroon and Gabon).
SMEs and VSEs in Brazzaville and Pointe-Noire benefited from capacity building in the integration of the training function in their management approaches.
The SWOT analysis of the artisanal wood processing sector in Congo reveals:
Photo of the SME-VSE training in Congo
Some strategic orientations suggested by the consultants:
CCIAM* = Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Agriculture and Crafts
CEFA** = Work-linked education and training centre