Improvement of food security through the implementation of a poultry farm in Kumbo, Northwest region of Cameroon
The project aims to build a farm with a capacity of 10,000 poultry with two incubators of a capacity of 5 000 eggs each and a shelter for chicks. Specifically, the farm must allow the breeding and distribution of old chicks from one day to two weeks as well as inputs for fattening to over 300 farmers in the region. Once the chicks are received by the farmers, they can raise them for their own consumption or commercialization, which would improve their income and food security.
The project aims to:
√ The construction of a farm with a capacity of 10,000 poultry with two incubators with a capacity of 5000 eggs each and shelter chicks;
√ The food security improvement;
√ A contribution to reducing unemployment within the populations of Bui;
√ The creation of a poultry farmer cooperative with the primary objective of strengthening their agricultural capacities;
Details of the initiative
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NAVTI Foundation Canada wishes thanks especially Sophie Brière, responsible for the International Project Management class of the Master in International Development Management and Humanitarian Action of the Laval University and her group of students; Heloise Dessanges, Bénédicte FOULQUIER, Laurence HOUSSOU, Desilhomme SATYR, Paulin Tsafack that participated to the development of this initiative.