Tag: Burkina Faso

Burkina Faso: “Nangourbinré” or peanut porridge

AgribusinessTV November 30, 2021 1039 No Comments

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A traditional meal, this porridge is prepared with peanuts and millet. Unfortunately, it is not known to the public. However, it was originally intended as a solution for women who have difficulty producing enough breast milk. Thanks to the help of an old woman, Mrs. Hélène TONDE-KABORE learned to prepare this porrid

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Burkina Faso: Immersion in an irrigation company

AgribusinessTV November 23, 2021 1035 No Comments

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To better address water scarcity issues in arid zones, Ismaël ZOUNGRANA founded his company, Agri ZOODO, in Ouagadougou. Agri ZOODO specialises in the installation and sale of irrigation systems, a technique that the promoter learned during a training in Israel. Upon his return to Burkina Faso, Ismaël received severa

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Burkina Faso: Books to interest children in agriculture

AgribusinessTV November 19, 2021 1057 No Comments

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Writer by passion, Yennenga KOMPAORÉ shares her love for agriculture and nature conservation with children through books. Her books are highly appreciated by teachers who do not hesitate to introduce students to this learning method which develops their knowledge in agriculture and encourages them to love reading.

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Burkina Faso: The passion for breeding, from father to son

AgribusinessTV November 16, 2021 1052 No Comments

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Abdoul Aziz BELEMVIRE is the founder of Bio Délice, a company which transforms cow’s milk into pasteurized milk, natural and sweet yoghurt. This business idea was born from an observation during his stay on the family farm. To avoid wasting unsold milk, he came up with the idea of marketing it on social networks

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Burkina Faso: Small steps of an ambitious young man

AgribusinessTV November 12, 2021 1571 No Comments

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Yacouba OUEDRAOGO came to Burkina Faso from Cote d’Ivoire to continue his university studies, but things did not go as planned. He had to quit his studies and work to be financially stable. After working for a few years as a security guard, he made some savings and opened his restaurant. Thanks to his courage Read More

Burkina Faso: Maggots to better feed your poultry

AgribusinessTV November 9, 2021 1071 No Comments

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Maggots are a natural source of animal protein for livestock. Justin ZOMBRE seized this opportunity by producing and marketing these larvae as an alternative to expensive imported foods. His ambition is to expand his business by producing other types of flies that are even more nutritious. “We are in the process

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Burkina Faso: An agricultural and food initiation camp for children

AgribusinessTV November 2, 2021 1084 No Comments

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In Ouagadougou, a holiday camp like no other has seen the day. Its particularity: to introduce children to agriculture, livestock farming and cooking. Called AGRI-KIDS, the goal of this camp is to enable children to express their talents and teach them to be independent. In addition to basic activities, children also h

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Burkina Faso : Finding happiness in pastry

AgribusinessTV June 23, 2021 204 No Comments

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Mariam GUIGMA MAIGA is the founder of “ONE STOP café restaurant”, specialised in pastry. After studying culinary art in the United States, Mariam decided to return to Burkina Faso, her country of origin, where she opens her restaurant in order to fully live her passion. She has been able to give a particular flavo

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Burkina Faso: Journey of a young quail producer

AgribusinessTV June 18, 2021 226 No Comments

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Brice OUEDRAOGO is a student in agribusiness and at the same time, he is involved in the breeding of broiler quails. His motivation to venture into entrepreneurship was aroused by Agribusiness TV, a channel that he discovered through a friend. Despite the reluctance of his parents, he started this activity with about t

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Burkina Faso: Soil-less green fodder, zoom on a rich grass for cattle

AgribusinessTV June 4, 2021 247 No Comments

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Nestor SAWADOGO is the General Manager of TILIGRÉ AGRO, a company that produces soil-less green fodder. After obtaining a bachelor’s degree in seed selection and conservation, Nestor obtained a scholarship to study in Israel, which enabled him to acquire new skills in hydroponics production. Through TILIGRÉ AGR

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