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Microlinks Training

Microlinks provides a growing range or training support for microenterprise development and related sectors. Most training courses are open to all Microlinks members while a few are restricted to USAID project and implementing staff.

Accessing Training Courses

Courses consist of a single interactive module. Members join the training course to gain access to the module, track their progress and post questions and comments in the related discussion space. The class system allows resources, discussions, comments and the module itself to sit in one space, helping those taking the course to find targeted resources, answers and access to other course takers and the facilitator.

To access the course, even for those with open enrollment, you must have a KDID account with Microlinks site membership, be signed in with that account, and be a member of the particular training course. If you are unable to access the course, please see the troubleshooting section of our FAQs »

Current Training Courses

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Welcome to “Monitoring and Evaluating a Value Chain Project.” Developed by USAID's Microenterprise Development team, this is the fourth of four courses in The Value Chain Approach...

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Welcome to “Managing a Value Chain Project.”  Developed by USAID's Microenterprise Development team, this is the third of four courses in The Value Chain Approach e-learning...

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Welcome to the Learning Value Chain Basics course, developed by USAID's Microenterprise Development office. Learning Value Chain Basics provides a conceptual understanding of value...

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The CARE/MEDA e-Course on Market Analysis and Value Chain Project Design provides an introduction to market-based economic development and a standard approach to conducting gender-...