Chede agric project coffee farm in Muambong

The “Chede Agric Project” may finally receive robust government support for regeneration and expansion in the context of current national efforts to boost coffee production nation wide. . . . → Read More: Chede Agric Project Coffee Farm in Muambong

Chede in partnership with Nestlé Cameroun for the supply of robusta coffee needed for the manufacturing of NESCAFE for local and regional markets.

NESTLE SA, headquartered in Vevy, Switzerland, is not only the world’s biggest food company by any standard but is also a world leader in corporate social responsibility credentials. Not surprisingly therefore, Nestlé seeks to maximise opportunities for local sourcing of the raw materials and semi-processed inputs it needs for the production of its branded . . . → Read More: Chede in partnership with Nestlé Cameroun for the supply of robusta coffee needed for the manufacturing of NESCAFE for local and regional markets.

Latest Cameroon government initiative to boost coffee production

Alarmed by plunging coffee production statistics in recent years, the Cameroon government has initiated yet another strategy designed to salvage the national coffee sector from complete meltdown. Entitled « Programme de Relance et de Développement des Filières Cacao et Café (PRDFCC) : 2015-2020, also known as Public Private Partnership Platform (Pppp) and adopted in September 2014, . . . → Read More: Latest Cameroon government initiative to boost coffee production

Cameroon coffee sector

As a gauge of its importance to the nation, the Cameroon coffee sector provides close to 4 million jobs across its domestic value chain. The vast majority of those jobs are in the rural heartland. That means coffee farming is an eminently rural development endeavour. Coffee growers also happen to fall within the poorest . . . → Read More: Cameroon coffee sector

European report on development 2015

This Report addresses ‘combining finance and policies to implement a transformative post-2015 development agenda’. The experience of pursuing the MDGs has provided lessons in terms of countries’ successes and failures that can be applied to using finance and policies to achieve a post-2015 development agenda. This Report draws out some of the lessons that . . . → Read More: European report on development 2015

Rapport Européen sur le développement 2015

Le rapport traite de comment «Associer le financement et les politiques pour mettre en œuvre un programme de développement post-2015 porteur de changement». L’expérience acquise dans le cadre des OMD a permis de tirer des enseignements en termes de réussites et d’échecs nationaux qui peuvent s’appliquer à l’utilisation du financement et des politiques permettant . . . → Read More: Rapport Européen sur le développement 2015

New multilateral development banks

The recently announced creation of the BRICS New Development Bank (NDB) and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) represents a major shift in the global finance architecture. Several emerging economies now have the confidence and financial wherewithal to create new multilateral development banks (MDBs) outside the Bretton Woods system that has dominated the decades . . . → Read More: New multilateral development banks