Family Farming in Cameroon
The 2014 International Year of Family Farming (IYFF) advocates for the central role played by family farming and smallholder farming in the alleviation of hunger and poverty and the improvement of food security and nutrition. Moreover, family farming contributes to a sustainable natural resources management, protects the environment and enables sustainable development in rural areas. The goal of the IYFF is to reposition family farming at the centre of agricultural, environmental and social policies.
In this context, AMARC, with the support of the High Commission of Canada in Cameroon, produced a series on family farming and food sovereignty in this country. The objective is to give a voice to grassroots organizations and people from communities.
This project is funded by the High Commission of Canada in Cameroon
All programs are in French.