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Since its establishment in November 2013, the National Committee for steering the celebration of the International Year of Family Farming in Burkina has initiated actions of communication and information with ministers in charge of agriculture. The goal was not only to raise the government’s participation in this celebration, but above all to encourage them to adopt policies and national strategies for the development of family farming. It is with satisfaction that the committee appreciates the commitments made by the government at the beginning of 2014-2015 agricultural campaign.

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Friday, May 16, 2014, the Minister of Agriculture and Food Security, Mahama Zoungrana, officially launched the 2014-2015 crop year, to Koukouldi, Tenado rural commune in the Central West region. Under the theme « Strengthening investment in family farming for food security reached in Burkina Faso », this campaign provides a cereal production of 5.7 million tonnes.
According to the minister of agriculture and food security, Burkina Faso, with 80% of its labor force working on family farms, could not remain on the sidelines of the celebration of the International Year of Family Farming. For Mahama Zoungrana, if 14% of family farms are modernized, Burkina Faso can reach very easily food security. So, to strengthen family farming, the government will mobilize over water resources and increase the amenities of irrigated areas and bottomlands. But also, it will facilitate access to inputs and agricultural equipment quality at subsidized prices.
The Minister Mahama Zoungrana estimated cereal production for crop year 2014-2015à 5.7 million tonnes, an increase of 17.9% over the previous season and 32.7% over the past 5 years. To achieve these objectives, the Minister informed that the support and accompanying measures will be made by the government in rural areas in several areas including in the implementation of 2600 hectares of developed areas, 3 000 hectares of new low- funds, boulis 17, 6050 of storage ponds, the distribution of 141 mobile units irrigation, the provision of producers of 6063 pumps and 27 145 PVC pipes. But also, de12 000 tonnes of certified seed of improved varieties, 34 810 tonnes of fertilizer, agricultural equipment 28,346 and 11,960 draft animals that will be made available to producers.
In the field of promotion of the agricultural economy, the Minister announced the establishment of an incubator or agricultural entrepreneurs training center, and the construction of 62 warehouses, 3 processing facilities, d a center of valorisation of local dishes and organize 36 fairs and sales exhibitions.
If all these announced measures are to be welcomed, it remains that we must remain vigilant all about their implementation. As so well this popular adage « it’s back to the wall as the real mason we recognize » wait and see. The committee is committed to follow the implementation of these commitments and challenge the government when necessary to their effectiveness.
For more information on the campaign, see the following links:
http: … //www.sidwaya.bf/quotidien/spi
http://news.aouaga.com/h/26898.html
http://www.aib.bf/spip.php?article584
http: … //www.sidwaya.bf/quotidien/spi
http: … //bayiri.com/economie/industri

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