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Agricultural Services Provided by Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and State Programs-Projects to Producers in Menoua Division, West Region of Cameroon

Ndassi M.; Fongang Fouepe G. H.; Yemmafouo A.; Melachio Nguedia M.; Organizations of Agro Pastoral Producers; Service; Agricultural Production
Improving the agricultural production of family farms through the supply of agricultural services is a fundamental concern at the center of reflections focused on rural development. The disengagement of the State, due to the economic crisis of the 80s favored the introduction of private structures in the supply of agricultural services.It is therefore wise to identify them and analyze the agricultural services they provide. To this end, surveys were conducted in the Menoua division using two interview guides and three questionnaires with 29 support structures and 291 beneficiaries (91 producer groups and 200 individual producers). The qualitative and quantitative data obtained were subject respectively to content analysis and analysis using SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Science) software.This study shows that the financing service, especially the supply of inputs, is the most requested service (85.55% of respondents). But it is more training and technical advice that are the most offered (85.19% and 81.48%). This shows that the most awaited service offer is not in line with the pressing demand of the beneficiaries. Also, the inputs provided by private structures are more effectively used thanks to close monitoring, than those from state structures which are sometimes distracted. However, these services offered have enabled beneficiaries to improve their practices (42.21%), their yields (33.56%), and even their income and living conditions (28.77%).The majority of service providers (62.96%) have financial difficulties in effectively providing the services requested by beneficiaries. For 14.81% of service providers, some beneficiaries divert coffee-cocoa support to direct them to other crops or to sell them. To improve agricultural production based on the quality of services, the State must, through a consultation platform, consolidate the agro-pastoral advisory system, support private service providers and ensure the financing of agriculture through the implementation of its project to create an agricultural bank. Producers must make better use of the services received and no longer divert them, organize themselves into stronger structures in order to benefit from economies of scale, adopt the practice of organic farming which would make them less dependent on conventional inputs costly, develop strategies for empowerment and self-financing of their activities because aid washes their backs and it falls to them to wash their bellies.
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Year:
2022
Type of Publication:
Article
Keywords:
NGOs; State Programs; Projects
Journal:
IJAIR
Volume:
10
Number:
6
Pages:
239-259
Month:
May
ISSN:
2319-1473
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