Agribusiness TV: Your opinion on our first videos

Category :Agribusiness TV

Earlier this month, Agribusiness TV – The first youth in Agribusiness Web TV in Africa, was launched in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Since then, six videos from four countries (Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon and Cote d’Ivoire) have been posted on our various online platforms.

Our first videos have covered different segments of the agricultural value chain, highlighting the stories and paths of six young entrepreneurs who embraced agriculture and paved their way to success. In total, these first six videos have had 154,572 views, 2,119 shares, and 865 people have downloaded our mobile application (English and French combined). These statistics are really beyond our expectations and we thank you for the support!

For us, it is important to have your opinion and feedback on our videos, which will guide our future productions. Therefore, we invite you again to watch the six videos that we have proposed this month and vote for your favourite one.

You can rate each video on our website (links below) or quickly take part in our poll.

Successful return to the land after school

After leaving agricultural school in early 2000’s, Roland could have become a veterinarian or a forestry officer, like his parents wanted. But he had other plans, to become an agricultural entrepreneur.

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A passion that pays off

Richard Moné, 33 years old, is employed in an NGO based in Ouagadougou. At the same time, he is developing his business in the production of layers and other birds at Loumbila, a locality situated at 20 km from the capital city of Burkina Faso. A passion that has started to pay off for him.

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Innovating on a saturated market

With a degree in law, Dorothy Selamo, from Cameroon, wanted to become a judge or open her own firm to practice law. But today she found her happiness in agribusiness!

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An accountant mutating into a farmer

Since 2001, Alain Ayena, 38 years, has worked as an accountant in a big company in Benin. In 2014, he decides to leave all and venture into agriculture!

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Organic from father to son

Claude Arsène Savadogo, 31 years, from Burkina Faso, holds two Masters degrees. With these, he could have easily found a job in the public or private sector. But instead, he preferred to take the risky road of entrepreneurship!

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Crowdfunding: lessons from a success

Jean Ehui Delmas, 35 years, organised a crowdfunding campaign in 2015 and raised over 9,000 Euros to launch “Lôr Bouôr”, an integrated platform connecting actors of the agricultural world!

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We thank you in advance for your time. Please do not hesitate to drop a comment below, we are happy to read your comments, feedback or suggestions!

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