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Cameroon farmers spice up earnings with forest-friendly foods
by Elias Ntungwe Ngalame
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3 April 2019
On 3 April 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
A government programme is providing training and funds to help farmers process and package local spices and herbs, boosting their incomes and protecting forests. The programme tackles food security, forest conservation, and climate change, as well as the connection between agriculture, forestry, and local economies, its national coordinator, Adrian Ngo'o Bitomo, said.
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AGROPOLE, a government programme to promote small and medium-sized agricultural enterprises in rural areas, was launched in 2014.
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