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Structure

The uMATI structure has been established and supported by the Mooi-Mpofana Agricultural Association, Kamberg Valley Association & the Nottingham Road Land Owners Association, to deliver on the following three pillars:



ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT

Providing essential support and knowledge to both start-up and existing BBBEE initiatives with special focus on the entire value chain of the agricultural sector.


EDUCATION

In ensuring sustainable transformation in the complex and highly competitive agricultural sector, UMATI recognises the importance of the development of knowledge and skills among the youth. An Education Platform has been established to better:


INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT

Dual approach:

SERVICE DELIVERY - to ensure that every household in the District has access to potable water.

INCREASED IRRIGATION CAPACITY – to allow for expansion of Agricultural production and so provide new opportunities for black farmers.


ASSOCIATES IN DEVELOPMENT

Since inception, UMATI has undertaken to be an organisation that embraces and depends upon all stakeholders working towards the same objectives in the District, these include:
Department of Rural Development & Land Reform
Department of Agriculture & Rural Development
Technoserve
Lima Rural Development Foundation

Agricultural Development Agency
The Mpofana Disabled Farmers Association
Mpofana Municipality
uMgungundlovu District Municipality

Association for Rural Advancement
Youth in Agriculture
Women in Agriculture
Landless Peoples Movement