Tag: Cameroon

Cameroon: Allô Poulet

AgribusinessTV November 6, 2018 4181 No Comments

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Serge Trésor Ngatchi, a graduate in transport and logistics, created “Allô Poulet” in 2017, a chain of production, processing and distribution of chickens. After his studies, Serge wanted to do something differently, an activity that would also enable him to have some free time. He decided to go to Dubai

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Kenza Market, a display of “Made in Cameroon”

AgribusinessTV June 5, 2018 3668 No Comments

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Gaëlle KENFACK is a telecommunications engineer. After spending almost 10 years in Germany, she returned to Cameroon and created Kenza Market which distributes local agricultural products. The idea of Kenza Market came from Gaëlle’s experience in Germany. She wanted to bring the concept to Cameroon to valorise loca

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Testimonial: Flavien Kouatcha, Cameroon

AgribusinessTV May 7, 2018 3005 1 Comment

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Two years after the launch of Agribusiness TV, we went back to interview the entrepreneurs who were featured. Flavien Kouatcha shares his experience with Agribusiness TV.

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Cameroon: Conquering the maize value chain

AgribusinessTV February 27, 2018 3429 No Comments

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Loïc KAMWA is a graduate in Business Administration. He produces maize on 30 hectares of land for the local market. Loïc saw that there was a lot of uncultivated land in Cameroon and at the same time, there was a huge potential for maize production. He started cultivating maize on 4 hectares, and was managing Read More

Cameroon: From helper to multi-millionaire farmer in 7 years

AgribusinessTV September 12, 2017 822 1 Comment

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Auréol Sinclair MBAKOP is an agro-industry and food engineer. In 2010, he started the production of pineapple on ½ ha. Today, he cultivates several crops on over 100 ha. Auréol developed a passion for agriculture since his childhood when he went to his grandparents’ place and worked in the fields during school hol

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The Farmer’s Voice: to inform and train farmers (16 minutes)

AgribusinessTV July 4, 2017 3507 No Comments

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In Cameroon, farmers have their own newspaper: The Farmer’s Voice. More than just a simple information tool, this monthly newspaper is a companion for many farmers in times of struggle. “I am growing tomato because The Farmer’s Voice showed me where to get agro-chemical products, what are the diseases that common

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Coconut chips in different flavours

AgribusinessTV April 14, 2017 388 2 Comments

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Stéphane KOUAM, 35 years, is a graduate in Industrial Economy. In 2013, he founded a small enterprise that produces and markets coconut chips. Stéphane left his job to start his coconut chips business, but his first challenge was to find a blade that would allow him to slice the coconuts. Since he did not find Read More

Cassava in all its forms

AgribusinessTV December 8, 2016 3404 No Comments

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In Central Africa, cassava is considered as one of the strategic crops because of its contribution to food and nutrition security, as well as job creation, especially for women and youth. But at the same time, there are still many challenges along the cassava value chain at the level of production, post-harvest managem

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”Ndokayo”, the lemongrass tea

AgribusinessTV December 6, 2016 2474 No Comments

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“The only thing that I can really say is that I feel good here in Douala. I produce lemongrass in my field, I have started to market it and I feel good about it.” Pavel AYIMNEI After studying finance in France, Pavel AYIMNEI returned to Cameroon where he worked 10 years as an advisor for small enterprises. Read More

He wants to become the tomato king

AgribusinessTV October 3, 2016 1403 No Comments

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Jean Marie KAMENI is senior technician in agricultural entrepreneurship. He came out of agricultural school as a laureate in 2015 and ventured into tomato production. Jean Marie is not cultivating tomato like everybody else in his region. He brought in his own technique of planting vertically, and it has proven to be

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