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The continent most affected by famine and malnutrition, Africa and more particularly Central Africa is today at the center of major revolutions. This is all the more important as agriculture must adapt to climate change, contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions where possible and use natural resources in a sustainable way. It is in this perspective that the German Agency for International Development Cooperation (GIZ) and five (5) other partner organizations (Inades-Formation-Cameroon, CIPCRE, GADD, SAILD and CPF) are currently working on an innovative project. This is the Knowledge Center for Organic Agriculture in Africa (KCOA) project, also known as “Knowledge Center for Organic Agriculture in Africa”.

This project is implemented in the different sub-regions of Africa. In Central Africa, it is called PCAC (Pôle de Connaissances de l’Agriculture Biologique). The overall objective of this pan-African project is to create an innovative strategy to promote Organic Agriculture in Cameroon and more globally in Central Africa. And specifically from :

  • Gather traditional and scientific knowledge gathered from fieldwork, publications and books.
  • To share technical and methodological agricultural knowledge adapted to different African contexts,
  • Participate in the creation of networks between the different actors within and between the clusters.

It is important to remember that the main concern of the initiators of this innovative project is to achieve a balance between supply-side and demand-side measures in order to institute a sustainable development of Organic Agriculture for the greater good of both the environment and rural development.

The fields of action

CIPCRE and GADD are responsible for Output A. These two (2) organizations are responsible for the Collection, Preparation and Validation of endogenous and scientific knowledge. Inades-Formation Cameroun, SAILD and CPF are in charge of Output B which focuses on participatory knowledge transfer. Output C is supervised by Inades-Formation Cameroon, which deals with networking, in collaboration with CIPCRE and GADD.

Marguerite MOMHA, Communication Inades-Formation Cameroon

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