Category Archive for "General"

GEW2013BUEA: DISCOVERING AND EMPOWERING YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS.

Nov 26 2013

Since its creation in 2008 it has become a tradition practiced in 6 continents, that every year entrepreneurs come together to introduce entrepreneurship to young people. Countries like Singapore, Trinidad,…

THE GOVERNMENT OF CAMEROON AND THE WORLD BANK PREPARE TO LAUNCH THE PIDMA PROJECT.

Oct 09 2013

On the 25th and 26th of September, the Delegation of Agriculture and Rural Development Douala in collaboration with the World Bank Cameroon, organized a two days workshop which brought together…

AGRO-HUB MODEL: IMPACTING THE LIVES OF YOUNG AGRICULTURALIST.

Oct 03 2013

Our agricultural markets in Cameroon are governed by the usual traditional style; food being sold in stalls or on the ground. The rural retail market serves both for commercial and…

AGRO-HUB SHORTLISTED FOR PRESTIGIOUS YOUTH AWARD

Aug 22 2013

Sure you heard it right! It’s not every day you open your mail box and the 1st word you see is “congratulations”. Seriously? How do you expect me to feel?…

ENTREPRENEURSHIP:THE GOVERNMENTS’ STRATEGY TO ERADICATE POVERTY.

Jul 12 2013

With 2015 around the corner, every country is re-evaluating their post-2015 MDGs, checking their achievements so far and putting in place necessary strategies to realize their goals to socially acceptable…

EVERY JOURNEY TELLS A STORY.

Jun 04 2013

“Atim, you know every journey tells a story”. Does it? Well he was saying that from a tourist point of view but am not a tourist just a Cameroonian visiting…

VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION: BANANA AND PLANTAIN MULTIPLICATION.

May 27 2013

Plantain and banana are both herbaceous plants of the Musa family. Much is said about their origin that I find it hard to pin point where it actually originated from…

AGRO-MART IS THREE WEEKS OLD,THE ROAD SO FAR.

Apr 19 2013

Walking through the market in my beautiful AGRO-MART T Shirt and doing my duty in distributing fliers to advertise the opening of AGRO-MART, I see this group of boys pointing…