Center for Modern Integrated Agriculture

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It is in the context of the fight against unemployment of young people and women in rural communities, the rural exodus, the brain drain, illegal immigration, undernourishment, and malnutrition in Africa in general and Guinea in particular, that we have decided to contribute to improving the living conditions of communities in our country. It is with this in mind that the CAIM project was born in Guinea.

Center for Modern Integrated Agriculture (CAIM): is an area of ​​11 hectares of fertile land on the banks of the Konkouré river in the rural commune of Dubréka. From where we do organic farming (market gardening and cash or export crops), without the use of chemicals, the nursery of various trees for reforestation, breeding for obtaining, use and the promotion of organic fertilizers (droppings), freshwater fish farming, the restoration of African gastronomy in priority, eco-tourism, transformation, promotion and promotion of local products, digital awareness in priority , training (incubation and support) of young and rural and urban Guinean women, the rest of the world of our knowledge and our vision through the internet, and the establishment of a small research center of said center.



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