In 1993, with the help of the Ministry in charge of breeding and animal health actors, dairy farmers in the northern region of Burkina Faso, in Ouahigouya, decided to set up a mini-dairy, currently managed by Adama Ibrahim DIALLO. The unit went from processing five liters of milk per day to a production capacity of 300 liters of milk per day.
The establishment of this unit has helped to relieve the women, who had difficulties in selling their product due to insecurity. This joint initiative has also shown the population that anyone can venture into the dairy sector.
At one point in its existence, the dairy encountered organisational problems due to a poor understanding of its management by its stakeholders. Finally, these difficulties were resolved thanks to the leadership of the Manager, Ibrahim DIALLO.