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Agriculture

In the Sahel region, the Baobab and the Moringa are cultivated for various needs and represent a significant source of income for the population. As a result in Mali, for every 100 households 26 use Baobab leaves as food during the rainy season and 56 during the dry season. Unfortunately, the distance and large size of the trees does not facilitate the harvesting of leaves. The other difficulty is the lack of leaves during the dry season. During the dry season rural populations cover many kilometres to find the pulp, selling it at a low price to buyers.

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Agriculture

Our unit of cashew transformation have started to work and export good cashew organic kernels. Our project is to increase plant capacity located in Koumantou. We need to invest in new machineries. We want to implement a large scale industrial plantation (500ha) in order to complete smallholders farmers production. Today 1500 hectares of cashew planatation are already organic certified. Actually our financial capacity to buy raw cahews nuts at the beginning of the season is limited.

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Agriculture

Project to produce, package and market (export) high value-added fruit and vegetables in Mali. The commercial orchards discussed in this study produce fruit for the export, domestic and regional markets, and for processing. Every year, there is an acute and increasingly persevering shortage of export-grade mangoes, of the varieties required. Mali has extensive mango orchards but has failed to develop a rational, fine-tuned approach to running them. A real lack of mango growers and of crop intensification (e.g.

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Agriculture

The project involves building a tomato processing plant to manufacture tomato purée and ketchup in M’BEWANI, in the Office du Niger production area.

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Agriculture

Livestock project for 2,000 laying hens (in rotation). CHOICE AND JUSTIFICATION OF THE PROJECT Despite the efforts of the Government and its partners, Mali still experiences growing and recurrent food security problems due to the effects of drought and an increased population; several programmes and initiatives have been launched and implemented by the Government to achieve self-sufficiency and food security. All these initiatives aim to improve the well-being and living conditions of the local people.

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