Archive 2019 June

Key Farmers Cameroon to Head Humid Tropics Platform for SW Region

Humid Tropics, ICRAF, AVRDC, IITA and CIRAD have joined in collaboration to launch innovation platforms in Cameroon. Nationwide, three sites have been selected; Bamenda in the NW, Mbalmayo in the South and Kumba in the South West. As a well-connected, knowledgeable and influential organization, Key Farmers Cameroon has been selected to lead the…

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Key Farmers Cameroon Trains Student Pastors of Presbyterian Theological Seminary on Agroforestry Techniques

On October 17-19, 2016, Key Farmers Cameroon national coordinator Etchi Daniel Jones led a three-day workshop on Vegetative Propagation with the student pastors and other members of the Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Kosala. The goals of the workshop were to empower these student pastors with innovative agricultural skills so that they could utilize…

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Increasing Food Security & Product Transformation in Rural Communities of Kumba // Solar Food Dryer Project

On May 28th, 2015 Key Farmers Cameroon in collaboration with a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer launched their solar food dryer project. After two informational meetings in Kumba and a neighboring village of Kake, interest and excitement among farmers, producers and processors is booming. Following review and evaluation of the capacity of the project…

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Launching of Biochar Project

Launching of Biochar Project

In the past month, Key Farmers Cameroon (KFC) in partnership with Carleton University (CU) and Viresco Solutions (VS) launched their project, “Agriculture, Labor, and Gender Equity: The Role of Biochar” in the Meme and Manyu Divisions of the Southwest Region of Cameroon. KFC, CU and VS aim to investigate the impacts of biochar…

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