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Maths teacher and farmer

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September 2, 2016

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Francis Wendpanga IMA is the director of the college of Bagré (Centre-East of Burkina). He is also involved in crop and livestock farming, as well as the transformation of rice. The fact that Francis is employed by the government did not prevent him from inve

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Transforming weaknesses into strengths

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August 26, 2016

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Thomas ASSOGBA is a mechanic and welder in Benin. In 2009, he ventured into the production of oil from neem, soybean, cotton and other products. According to his uncle, Thomas was not very good at school. So, he decided to remove Thomas from school so that he

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Growing crops in the house

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August 23, 2016

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Flavien KOUATCHA, is an engineer in Cameroon. In 2015, he founded “Save Our Agriculture”, a start-up specialised in the conception of aquaponic kits. Aquaponics is a technique that combines fish farming (aquaculture) with soil-less culture of plants (hydro

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A woman in man’s universe of crop production

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August 19, 2016

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Daniele NDA holds a degree in banking and finance. Since 2006, she has created her enterprise specialised in crop production in Benin. Daniele started her activities on a family farm that was abandoned. But despite it being a family farm, her parents were not

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An inventor at the service of the agri-food sector

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August 17, 2016

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Edouard AKAKPO-LADO is an electro-mechanical engineer from Togo. He invents machines for agricultural transformation. From a very young age, Edouard liked to create. He used to make small objects such as plastic aeroplanes with materials he bought from his sav

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Livestock farming started with a school loan

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August 16, 2016

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Hamado Bonkoungou, 40 years, works in an aviation company. In parallel, he runs a business of fattening big and small ruminants in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. In 2011, Hamado was forced to take 110 leave days from work. He found it long and was looking for some

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Roméo at the rescue of the coconut sector

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August 3, 2016

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Roméo DOU, 37 years, is a microbiologist from Cote d’Ivoire. In addition to his vermiculture activities, he produces virgin coconut oil, thanks to an artisanal process that he has put into place after several years of research. Romeo believes that raw mater

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Local fruit jams to reduce wastage

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July 29, 2016

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Caroline HIEN did not know how to read or write. But this did not stop her from creating her own enterprise and succeed in her business of making local fruit jams. Caroline used to go to the market in Cote d’Ivoire and see that fruits were rotting there. For

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Marcel the farmer and researcher

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July 22, 2016

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“Agriculture for our parents was more for subsistence. But now we have to move beyond this. We have to feed ourselves and feed others as well. It’s not everyone who is called a farmer”, says Marcel. At Makognadougou, 300 km from Ouagadougou, Marcel Ouéd

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First steps of an agricultural enterprise

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July 15, 2016

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After his studies in finance and enterprise management in Morocco, Abdoulaye COULIBALY returns to Mali and to venture into rice and vegetable farming. Abdoulaye has a passion for farming. According to him, it is profitable and he is convinced that agriculture

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Valorising local dishes

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July 13, 2016

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In Ouagadougou, Marguerite VALIA, caterer, is involved in the valorisation of local agricultural products. Inspired by her mum, who is a pioneer in the catering business, Marguerite followed her footsteps and is gradually taking over her activities. Marguerite

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Organic chocolate for the local market

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July 8, 2016

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Natalie KPANTE is a graduate in sociology. In 2013, she created with five other young people, CHOCO TOGO, a cooperative that produces and markets organic chocolate. The story started when Natalie and her colleagues attended a training on agricultural entrepren

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