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58 million francs to boost vegetable production
Most farmers neglect vegetable production though vegetables are a good source of income and good nutrition.
la suite
26 Feb 2014
New bean varieties to increase yields
The new varieties were presented to farmers, traders, microfinance institutions, nutritionists and the media in Bamenda recently.
la suite
25 Feb 2014
“We took into consideration the yield potential…,”
What necessitated research on beans in Cameroon
la suite
25 Feb 2014
A town ruined by bad roads
Kupe Muanengumba, has remained underdeveloped, even degrading due to bad access roads.
la suite
25 Feb 2014
Cocoa farmers,dealers in trouble with bad roads
Cocoa farmers along the Kumba-Konye-Nguti-Mamfe roads are shocked by the extent to which the road has degraded.
la suite
25 Feb 2014
Men asked to join women to fight spread of HIV

Men take Sex more important than reproductive health putting their women partners at risk of HIV.

la suite
21 Feb 2014
Researchers Brainstorm on beans production
Beans are a very important food in many low income homes in Cameroon because of the protein content.
la suite
21 Feb 2014
Women enticed into large-scale beans production
Female beans farmers have been targeted to boost beans production in Cameroon.
la suite
21 Feb 2014
Researchers prove pesticide-use affects honey production
Some researchers in the United Kingdom have proven that the use of some pesticides in combination has a negative impact on bee farming.
la suite
21 Feb 2014
Cocoa farmers struggle with poor harvests
Most farmers in the South West consider cocoa as the main economic crop.
la suite
21 Feb 2014
Minimizing the effects of poor cocoa harvests
Cocoa farmers can use proper farm management to fight off poor yields
la suite
21 Feb 2014
Using organic fertilizers will solve poor yield problems, says technician
Joseph Mbah Tenjoh, is a Japanese trained organic fertilizer producer in Federal Quarters, Buea.
la suite
21 Feb 2014
“They are hoping to increase honey yields by next season,”
Bang George, President Oku White Honey Cooperative
la suite
08 Jan 2014
Cocoa farmers acquire new techniques
Benakuma Sub Division may in future, play a leading role in cocoa production, a novelty in the North West Region.
la suite
08 Jan 2014
“The first challenge was getting good seedlings,”
What gave you the interest in cocoa production ?
la suite
08 Jan 2014
Farmers celebrate cooperative day confused with OHADA Act
Farmers are still confused over the OHADA uniform act on cooperative societies even at a time they are celebrating the International Cooperatives Day.
la suite
08 Jan 2014
“OHADA law governing cooperatives apply to all cooperatives ,”
Willy Tadjudje, University expert in cooperative law, a researcher at the University of Luxembourg
la suite
08 Jan 2014
New challenges for SOWEFCU
The interim management of the South West Farmers ...
la suite
09 Dec 2013
Market gardening to curb youth migration
Most farmers in the South West pay little attention to market gardening crops but ...
la suite
09 Dec 2013
Conformity to OHADA law on Cooperatives still slow
By May 31st 2013 barely six cooperatives in the North West region of Cameroon had...
la suite
05 Dec 2013
For existing Common Initiative Groups, Union of CIGss, Federations and Confederation of CIGs
They can, if they so desire, transform into any form of cooperative using Section 53 of the...
la suite
05 Dec 2013
‘Prunus africana’ farmers in search of marketing outlets
Many farmers resorted to planting prunus Africana in the 1990s when the trees were harvested in an unsustainable manner in the wild and exported abroad...
la suite
05 Dec 2013
Farmers mobilize to benefit from increasing demand for plantains
Plantains that used to be among the cheapest food crops in Buea has witnessed price hikes as the demand is increasing.
la suite
05 Dec 2013
New Cooperative law in questions and answers
How is the new law called ?
la suite
03 Dec 2013
"Fictitious and mediocre organizations will disappear"
Why OHADA law when there is already a law in Cameroon governing cooperatives and c
ommon initiative groups (Coop / CIG)?

la suite
03 Dec 2013
 
  Development News
New bean varieties to increase yields
The new varieties were presented to farmers, traders, microfinance institutions, nutritionists and the media in Bamenda recently.
25/02/14
“We took into consideration the yield potential…,”
What necessitated research on beans in Cameroon
25/02/14
A town ruined by bad roads
Kupe Muanengumba, has remained underdeveloped, even degrading due to bad access roads.
25/02/14
Cocoa farmers,dealers in trouble with bad roads
Cocoa farmers along the Kumba-Konye-Nguti-Mamfe roads are shocked by the extent to which the road has degraded.
25/02/14
58 million francs to boost vegetable production
Most farmers neglect vegetable production though vegetables are a good source of income and good nutrition.
25/02/14
  Advert
Agro pastoral training has its schools
Agro-pastoral training centres have benefited from renovation and support of the AFOP program.
25/02/14
  Announcement
Press release : False “ripe plantain” Warning! Danger
Press release : False “ripe plantain” Warning! Danger
25/02/14
  Letters
Production increases with the age of the oil palm tree
Production increases with the age of the oil palm tree
25/02/14
Short practical answers to your most burning questions
After transplanting When is pepperready for harvesting ?
25/02/14
  Slash
Kumba-Mamfe road ‘na wa’
Kumba-Mamfe road ‘na wa’
25/02/14
 

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