Tag: vegetable

Burkina Faso: The pyramid for soilless culture takes off

AgribusinessTV February 4, 2020 1691 No Comments

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One year after its official launch, Kevin DOAMBA’s pyramid for soilless culture has improved and is proving to be successful with populations. Kevin has been solicited by several people who want to acquire his structure for soilless culture of crops. Those who have tested the product, especially women, affirm tha

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Testimonial: Daniele N’DA, Benin

AgribusinessTV June 19, 2018 1981 No Comments

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Daniele N’DA is a vegetable producer in Benin. She tells us about what happened after her video was featured on Agribusiness TV!

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Testimonial: Grâce-Marlène, Benin

AgribusinessTV April 12, 2018 2004 No Comments

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Agribusiness TV will soon celebrate its two years! To learn about the impact of our work, we went back to interview some entrepreneurs who were featured in our videos. Here’s Grâce-Marlène GNINTOUNGBE, from #Benin who kicks off this series!

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Burkina Faso: The vegetable producer of Boulmiougou

AgribusinessTV March 20, 2018 2633 No Comments

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Ali, former candidate of illegal migration to Europe, has reconverted to vegetable production in Boulmiougou, a region in the west of Ouagadougou. Ali’s father was into vegetable production, but he did not see it as a job. He wanted to migrate to Europe to have a better life. The idea of migrating came from the Read More

Cote d’Ivoire: Student and aspiring agri-entrepreneur

AgribusinessTV November 14, 2017 2408 No Comments

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Marie-Therese TANOH is a student in Economics. Recently, she ventured into the production of cassava and vegetables. Marie-Therese got interested in agriculture following a course that she did on agricultural economics at University. She discovered the importance of the agriculture to her country’s economy and its ro

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Broulaye, the vegetable producer of Bamako

AgribusinessTV March 28, 2017 1539 No Comments

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Broulaye DIARRA, 40 years, is a vegetable producer. He learned crop production from his mother and made it his career. On his land of 3 hectares, Broulaye grows mainly vegetables such as celery, beetroot, turnip, cabbage and others. These vegetables are sold to women, who re-sell them to the customers in the city. With

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