BRINGING MODERN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION TO WEST AFRICA

Introducing commercial agriculture as a force for rural development and enhanced food supply

  • Arable Crops

    Rice is staple food in West Africa. 70,000Ha rice/soy/maize cultivated for domestic consumption in Guinea

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  • Palm Oil

    Bringing back into use dysfunctional plantations and processing plants to produce cooking oil.

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  • Eucalyptus

    Agro-forestry model enables food intercrops to be grown. Off-take of pulpwood and partnership with Indian conglomerate.

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  • Cotton & Sugar Cane

    High export-driven demand for cotton. Commercial scale sugar cane seed development underway.

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FOOD CROPS

The subsistence farming model widely adopted in Africa has been unable to feed the growing population. The region's food imports are projected to double over the next 25 years. Growing high volumes of arable crops at low costs is the only solution to the world's food security problems.

CASH CROPS

Cash crops create jobs, attract foreign investment, boost exports and further development. Marginal land may often be best suited to commercial forestry or biofuel operations. By offering wage employment or involvement in outgrower schemes, smallholder livelihoods are improved.