For over Seven years, our team has developed, engage, educate and advocate frameworks and strategies for creating an equitable sustainable future.
Our professional accolade of over 30 dedicated men and women who served our growing clientele throughout our network daily have broken boundaries over and over to deliver in addressing issues on Food security, Health Care and Education in the most remote and poverty striking communities in Cameroon.
We believe that in order for the poverty situation to be settled, we need to apply the right inputs and farm practices in Agriculture, which involves other areas like health care and education.
Our Plans; As a Cooperative, we endeavour to incorporate world-class standards, professionalism, consistency in the production, and marketing of superior quality farm products, satisfying customers and members expectations while adapting to our business environment through innovation, and implementing global marketing strategies.
Our Future goals included providing 100,000 young rural farmers with solutions to present and future needs in Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries in the next 5 years.
The crises has paralysed our activities since we can no longer access our beneficiaries and our partners and collaborators both local and foreign because they are not comfortable participating in our previous projects because of numerous confrontations we have had with secessionist groups and the fear of being caught in a shootout between the defence forces and the secessionist Militia.
Because of this, our production dropped 80percent, and our programs like the resilient livelihood which had to address; Health Care, Food security and Education in our different communities have been suspended till further notice.
I think President Paul BIYA is the only person who can initiate the end of this crisis through a conference like the tripartite conference of the 90s where all parties will have to meet on a neutral ground to negotiate terms that will guarantee the peaceful nature of our country to be restored.
The Armed Militia’s should be integrated into the Military and 60% of the next 3 years of Cameroon investment budget should go to these conflict zones.