Serge Ayangma, beginning the process of multiplying bee colonies

In the framework of the Proli-FaNS (Promoting local innovation for Food and Nutrition Security) project, partners in Cameroon have identified several local innovations by women and men. A process of farmer-led joint experimentation with other actors in research and development is being carried out on selected innovations. Here is an example of an innovation by a beekeeper, Serge Ayangma, who is shown below starting up the process of dividing and multiplying bee colonies.  

Photos: Ulrich Gérard Kayou


                                               Photos 1-2: Assiette de collecte des cellules royales


Photo 3: Contrôle des rayons de reproduction


Photo 4: Sélection des cellules royales qui serviront de greffons dans la formation de nouvelles colonies d'abeilles

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COSADER and National Alliance against Hunger 

Ms Christine Andela, COSADER Director
Food Policy and Aid Strategies Focal Point for "Dynamique citoyenne"
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Jean Bosco Etoa, Prolinnova-Cameroon Coordinator (