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Cameroon, FAO, and EU approved a research on cassava production

Cameroon, FAO, and EU approved a research on cassava production
  • Comments   -   Thursday, 28 September 2017 19:06

(Business in Cameroon) - Since last September 26, Cameroon has a research, on the production system of cassava roots, that aims to improve the productivity, well–informed sources revealed.

This research is the result of a project implemented in seven African countries with the assistance of the European Union and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). FAO has been charged with the implementation of this project in Cameroon.

According to the project's managers, it is needed because cassava is a staple for Cameroonians but, the roots used yield low volumes of cassava to guarantee food security for consumers.

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