Apr 8, 2016 10:32 EST

Metrocredit Cassava and maize seedling project seeks to make donations in the form of seedlings, insecticides and organic fertilizers to farmers of two localities in Cameroon, West Africa

iCrowdNewswire - Apr 8, 2016

Metrocredit Cassava and maize seedling project

By Tendong Denis

The Metrocredit Cassava and maize seedling farming seeks to make seedlings for cassava and maize to enclave communities in the South West of Cameroon, West Africa. We are impacting two communities.

Tendong Denis Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

This program seeks to make donations in the form of seedlings, insecticides and organic fertilizers to farmers of two localities in Cameroon, West Africa. We noticed that because of the high consumption of cassava and maize products, some communities have not being able to get seedlings for this planting season, so our impact is to make these seedlings free of charge to 200 farmers in Konye and Tombel localities as well as 4 women groups so that this planting season would be a success like the past with high production thereby increasing the standard of living of persons in the community. This is also done because the government has not done much to empower these communities. We will also provide insecticides and fertilizers to boost yields

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Tendong Denis

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