Household needs, especially for cooking, lead families in Benin to use wood cut from the forest. This action contributes to deforestation and has a negative impact on the environment. To counter this human action, Roland ADJOVI got the idea of transforming dea
In Burkina Faso, access to drinking water remains a major problem. The consumption of poor quality water, especially in rural areas, is the cause of several diseases, including diarrhea. To address these challenges, Arthur Ahmed YO decided to create Bilada, a
More and more rice farmers in Africa are turning to the Intensive Rice System (SRI). This technique is beneficial to them because it reduces production costs and provides higher yields. The benefits of this technique have allowed producers such as Marcel YAO K
In 2018, while she was still a student in agro-food industry, Zalissa OUEDRAOGO became pregnant. During this challenging period, Zalissa started her own business by creating “Maria Trans”, a company specialised in the processing of fruits and veget
The cotton produced in Burkina Faso respects the environmental and sanitary protocols. This gives it the label of ecological cotton or organic cotton. With nearly 11,000 producers, 12,000 tons of cotton are produced per year. But only 2% of this production is
Gérard SANOU is a journalist who has become a farmer. He produces cassava in association with other crops. Today, he is happy with this reconversion, because he contributes to the development of the agricultural sector in Burkina Faso.
In this first video of our new series called “Rural life”, we went to Bazoulé, a village located in the Central region of Burkina Faso. This village is renowned for its “sacred crocodile” pond. A site that attracts hundreds of tourists
Given the high rotting rate of onions, Lassanè OUEDRAOGO has designed an ecological hut to conserve them better. This hut is built partly with local materials and has the capacity to preserve onions for 13 months with only 1.8% of rot. This invention is very
Poor soil quality is a challenge for some farmers who are often forced to give up. In this story, meet Issiaka ZOUBGA, a producer who transformed a rocky land into an orchard even though he had been advised not to cultivate it. He demonstrated that these types
Joël GOVOU is the Founder of “Jojo Agro Vert”, a farm where he does crop production in Benin. Joël is a trained electrician, but during an experience on the ground, he was impressed by the world of agriculture and decided to venture into this fie
Fish farmers often face difficulties related to the maintenance of their fish ponds or aquariums. A complex task that must be done regularly to keep the fish healthy. The solution proposed by Eugène ROUAMBA is a solar aquarium that can clean itself. This inve
Lê-Ci Stanislas BAMBARA is the founder of a pastry shop specialised in promoting local flavour in his creations. He offers his customers cakes made from ingredients such as moringa, néré, hibiscus and local rice. “The Americans have their “panca
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