Strategic Implementing Partnership Programme

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The objective of SAGDA’s Strategic Implementing Partnership Programme is to form strategic partnership and collaboration with other partners as an Implementing partner on SAGDA’s strategic objectives and programmes offerings.

Our business modules encapsulate development and transformation as the “desirability” aspects of value propositions which can be coupled with impact investment opportunities for SAGDA.

We employ various models in rolling out strategy pillars and programmes offering. Our core model involves building enterprising through ‘Intrapreneurship’. In this case, Intrapreneurship refers to the use of an existing SAGDA business and brand to provide alternative products and services to paying clients; whilst at the same time, capacitating inexperienced graduates, youth, and the community.

SAGDA identifies key clients (which can also be partners) who need goods and services which can potentially be provided by SAGDA, then SAGDA identifies talented individuals (both experienced and inexperienced) to from small subsidiaries which will in turn be used to provide the services needed.

Unemployment is a matter that concerns the whole country and it affects the growth of the economy and its overall development. Through stakeholder support, partnerships and collaboration, the following are results:

  • Improved employment opportunities
  • Empowered and developed young people through building the capacity and skill
  • Economic growth and social development
  • A skilled and capable workforce that can contribute to an inclusive growth path of our country.