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Kenya: Conquering the dairy value chain

AgribusinessTV October 9, 2020 1071 No Comments

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In Kenya’s Nakuru County, Lare Milk Dealers Youth Group was formed in 2012. Initially involved in milk buying and selling,they are now exploring the whole dairy value-chain. This video has been funded by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), in the framework of the Youth Economic Empowerment thr

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Kenya: Quality feed for quality milk

AgribusinessTV October 7, 2020 1051 No Comments

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In Nakuru County, Kenya, Kironai Self-Help Group was formed in 2012. Since then, they moved from table-banking to dairy production. This video has been funded by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), in the framework of the Youth Economic Empowerment through Agribusiness in Kenya (VijaBiz) project

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Kenya: Drivers and conductors turning to the dairy sector

AgribusinessTV October 2, 2020 1000 No Comments

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In Nakuru County, Kenya, Ingobor Drivers and Conductors Self Help Group was started in 2016. After engaging in crop production,they finally ventured into dairy marketing. This video has been funded by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), in the framework of the Youth Economic Empowerment through

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Kenya: Wheat and bean farming for higher profits

AgribusinessTV September 30, 2020 1048 No Comments

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In Kenya’s Nakuru County, Amka Youth Group was formed in 2011. After trying several activities, they opted for wheat and bean farming. This video has been funded by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), in the framework of the Youth Economic Empowerment through Agribusiness in Kenya (VijaBiz) pr

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Burkina Faso: A cooperative to boost the village poultry farming

AgribusinessTV August 31, 2020 1100 No Comments

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Rodolphe Zan forms a cooperative to help poultry farmers in Wayalgui to better organise themselves and take good care of their birds. This cooperative has received support from the iDEAL Burkina project through training on the use of ICTs, and allocation of computer equipment. “It was very beneficial because we w

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Burkina Faso: Social networks to strengthen market linkages

AgribusinessTV August 26, 2020 1071 No Comments

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“In fact, the problem wasn’t production. It was marketing, which was causing us difficulties,” says Sayouba Sawadogo, agripreneur of the iDEAL Burkina project. One of the difficulties encountered by agricultural entrepreneurs is the marketing of their produce. To overcome this problem, the iDEAL project gives

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Burkina Faso: Autonomous thanks to crop production

AgribusinessTV August 24, 2020 1120 No Comments

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Crop production is one of the main revenue-generating activities in Burkina Faso. Abdouramane SANOU is a young entrepreneur who took the opportunity made it his profession, which allows him to support his family. “My motivation is firstly the love of the work and then the drive. It’s a profitable activity which

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Burkina Faso: A national rice champion

AgribusinessTV August 20, 2020 1104 No Comments

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Through her business, ECO PRES BF, Awa Sylla, beneficiary of iDEAL project in Burkina Faso, promotes local Burkinabe products. Specifically, the national rice. “It’s true that I started with a fashion business, selling used articles, usually called “goodbye France”. On the side, I had this shop and I was sp

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Kenya: From production to processing of cereals

AgribusinessTV August 19, 2020 1107 No Comments

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In Nakuru County, Kenya, Smart Dedicated Youth Group ventured into cereal farming to address a growing market demand. This video has been funded by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), in the framework of the Youth Economic Empowerment through Agribusiness in Kenya (VijaBiz) project. Mainly funde

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Burkina Faso: The market gardener 2.0

AgribusinessTV August 18, 2020 855 No Comments

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After his master’s in sociology, Jean Bosco SAWADOGO, decided to venture into market gardening. A field in which he excels and becomes a role model for his community. “Today, things are going well. Even if it wasn’t easy at first, like any other beginning. But with time, the first failures we had were lessons

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