PASS Trust has expertise in performing feasibility studies in agribusiness projects. This includes analyzing and appraising potential projects in farming, animal keeping, fishery, and upstream as well as downstream agribusiness value chains, including crop processing.
Clients considering given projects may engage PASS Trust for detailed analyses of the projects after which a feasibility report is issued, advising them of the acceptability of the project.
For efficient business management in long-term perspectives and in short-term considerations, proper business plans need to be documented. In business planning service PASS Trust analyses business ideas and develops bankable business plans for agribusiness projects.
This comprises training programs for agribusiness entrepreneurs on various development needs as identified from time to time. Typical areas include financial literacy, good agricultural practices, small business management skills, the formation of farmer groups, and the like.
PASS Trust links farmers and potential buyers of specified crops for business. The two may enter into contracts where farmers produce with a contract to sell to the buyers as per signed contracts. Such contracts have been entered into for crops such as maize, sunflower, and others of specific needs.