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Office chérifien des phosphates (OCP) inks partnership agreements with Cameroon for agriculture development projects

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On November 2, 2018, Cameroon’s agriculture minister Henri Eyebe Ayissi (photo), signed two partnership agreements with Office chérifien des phosphates (OCP), for the development of agriculture projects in Cameroon.

The first agreement oversees the support in the realization of those projects, elaboration of a fertility map, enhancement of capacities, academic and scientific exchanges related to agriculture development.

The second agreement details the outlines of a study aimed at elaborating a fertility map with a pilot phase on a 100,000 hectares area.

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