Piler le maïs germé

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 a woman's innovation related to making beverages from maize.    

 

Photo 1: Véronique Nkoah, an innovator in the Nkometou action-learning site in Cameroon, standing by her stored maize which she processes into a local commercial beer using the bark of Santiria trimera for the fermentation process (Credit: Joseph Melingui)

Véronique Nkoah, une innovatrice du site d’apprentissage de Nkometou au Cameroun, debout près de son stock de maïs qu’elle transforme en une bière commerciale locale en utilisant l'écorce de Santiria trimera pour le processus de fermentation (Photo par Joseph Melingui)

 

 

Photo 2: Piler le maïs germé (Credit: Joseph Melingui)

Contact Details

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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"
GSM: 237 99591750 / Office: 237 22 69 02 92
andelac@yahoo.com; www.cosader.net

Jean Bosco Etoa, Prolinnova-Cameroon Coordinator (etoa_ngbwa@hotmail.com)