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Farmers in Adamaoua receive additional XAF195mln under the Acefa project  

Farmers in Adamaoua receive additional XAF195mln under the Acefa project  
  • Comments   -   Thursday, 11 April 2019 11:59

(Business in Cameroon) - As part of the sustainability phase of the competitiveness-boosting programs for family-run farms (Acefa), 59 agro-pastoral organizations in Adamaoua region, southern Cameroon, just received XAF194.7 million.

Funded through Debt Reduction-Development Contracts by the French government, Acefa aims to support farmers to increase their productivity and revenues. According to the project operating rules, aid ranges between XAF500,000 and 6 million for beneficiary producer groups, and between XAF5 million and 30 million for professional organizations.

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