PHOTO STORY: An organic farm creating opportunities in the CAR

Pascal Bida Koyagbele started an organic farm in 2018. It is giving a livelihood to many.
This picture taken on February 22, 2019 shows the sign of Yaka ti Bida organic farm and training center near Bangui, on the banks of the Oubangi river. – Last year, Farmer and President of the Association of Central African Farmers Pascal Bida Koyagbele started an organic farm on which he grows fruits and vegetables and where he trains farmer students in collaboration with a municipality and an association in Luxembourg. He also created an organic fertiliser made from a mix of chicken droppings and plants with special properties which, according to him, is more effective than chemical fertiliser. (Photo by FLORENT VERGNES / AFP)

Last year, Farmer and President of the Association of Central African Farmers Pascal Bida Koyagbele started an organic farm on which he grows fruits and vegetables and where he trains farmer students in collaboration with a municipality and an association in Luxembourg.

He also created an organic fertiliser made from a mix of chicken droppings and plants with special properties which, according to him, is more effective than chemical fertiliser.


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