Jamaicans to benefit from agriculture programmes in Israel

Jamaicans in the agricultural sector are set to benefit from 20 short-term orientation programmes in Israel, which are aimed at exposing participants to advanced farming technologies and techniques.
Agriculture Minister Audley Shaw made the disclosure at the launch of Export Max III at the Spanish Court Hotel recently.
Export Max III is a three-year programme geared towards providing focused capacity-building, advocacy and market penetration support to 50 exporters and export-ready firms.

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