- Producer Support
Chede supports rural farmers in Africa in the efficient production, processing and marketing of their crops and the modernization of village communities. Currently operating in Cameroon and Ghana, Chede provides training and advice to rural farmers, assistance with upgrading farming technologies, food processing services, and local, regional and export marketing support.
- Food Technology
Since July 2010, Chede has been working with the Agricultural Institute of Research for Development of Cameroon (IRAD), on new processes for washing and roasting our coffee production.
- Marketing Assistance
Chede assists in the marketing and sale of the primary and processed products of its network members, which includes coffee, palm oil, and dried Cameroonian/African food items such as ndole, eru, okra, cassava leaves, pepper, etc.
- Project Development
Chede supports a number of research, development and conservation projects in the region, helping to protect local fauna and flaura, modernize village communities, and improve local storage and transport infrastructures.
The Chede Resource Centre
Explore the growing collection of reports and studies in the Chede Resource Centre to learn more about the issues that Chede is attempting to address and the initiatives that we support.
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