Are you new to the world of sustainable agricultural supply chains? 

Are you an old hand and yet your head is buzzing with technical terms? 

Then our training is just the right thing for you. 


Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Agricultural Supply Chains (but were afraid to ask).. a five day training on sustainable agricultural supply chains that provides you with knowledge about the concepts and operationalization of Living Income & Wages, preventing deforestation, the role of gender, tools of digital traceability and satellite monitoring, the German and European Due Diligence Law, as well as systemic approaches on how to connect all the dots and other bits and pieces.  

The key facts are as follows: 

  • Five days presence in Bonn, from 27 November - 1 December 2023
  • Speakers will be renowned experts and committed GIZ-colleagues
  • Up to 15 colleagues will be available to make contacts in the world of agricultural supply chains 
  • The fee is approximately Euro 750,- including training, meals, and accommodation (transportation at your own expense and responsibility) 

You can register via the registration form below. The registration deadline is 27 October 2023. If there are more applicants than places available, priority will be given to those travelling from abroad.

In the training, you may listen to presentations, discuss in groups, plan your own projects and use freely available satellite monitoring data to assess the rates of deforestation in specific contexts. The training is provided and organized by the Initiative for Sustainable Agricultural Supply Chains (INA). The venue is the GIZ Academy for International Cooperation in Bonn.

For those participants travelling from abroad or other locations, we have reserved 20 rooms. In case you do not need a room for your stay in Kottenforst, kindly let us know when you register. For those travelling from far away, we recommend arriving on Sunday. 

We recommend booking quickly because places are limited.

For further information or questions, please contact