Netzkraftbewegung

Self-Supporting Rural Development (SESURUDEV)

Box 31225
Yaounde
Kamerun

Ansprechpartner: Aloysius Njie Ajua

+237 96847084
sesurudev@yahoo.fr
thefansofsesurudev@yahoogroups.com
http://01080280237.blogspot.com
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/thefansofsesurudev

Themenbereiche

  • Umweltprojekt
  • Friedenspolitik
  • Sozialpolitik/behinderte Menschen

Über uns

The Self-Supporting Rural Development (SESURUDEV) is a non profit welfare organization concerned with sustainable rural development and the urban jobless poor. It was created by volunteers who are striving to bring practical solutions on poverty alleviation.

Areas of interventions:

- crop farming,
- livestock,
- pisciculture,
- women's home economics,
- environment,
- microcredits to both the rural and urban poor,
- HIV/AIDS sensitisation campaigns,
- internet promotion,
- printing of SESURUDEV published manuals,
- goats to poor farmers etc.

We call for the solidarity of the rich towards the poor in this our global village, PLANET EARTH.

Mr. Aloysius Njie Ajua is the President of the organization.

For other net participants we can offer expert guidance through trained staff and deliver a lecture in the field of our work.

The portrait of Ajua Aloysius Njie who is the President or Board President of SESURUDEV
THIS IS ONE OF THE 2.5 MILLION JOBLESS YOUTHS WHO IS A PROSPECTIVE BENEFICIARY OF OUR INTENSIVE POULTRY AND SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE TRAINING WE PLAN TO SOON UNDERTAKE ACROSS CAMEROON
COVER PAGE OF A MANUAL WRITTEN BY ALOYSIUS NJIE AND PUBLISHED BY SESURUDEV. IT SHALL BE THE MAIN TOOL DURING OUR INTENSIVE POULTRY PRODUCTION AND SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE TRAINING TO BE CARRIED OUT ACROSS CAMEROON. EMPHASIS WILL BE ON MIXED FARMING.
BACK COVER OF THE PRACTICAL POULTRY AND MARKETING BOOK WRITTEN BY ALOYSIUS NJIE AJUA AND PUBLISHED BY SESURUDEV
SESURUDEV LOGO. NOTE THAT OUR MOTTO IS; VIRTUE THROUGH SOLIDARITY
These are some of the 3 million jobless youths in Cameroon who badly need training on the modern technologies of intensive poultry production and sustainable agriculture. This will provide a lot of employment and give them a regular and enough income that will shelter them from poverty, the likelihood of early pregnancies and the great risk of HIV/AIDS infections. Each trainee will be freely given two manuals. Priority will be given to youths of 16 to 35 years and to women of any age.
Kana is rearing a few birds without any training thus incurring much mortality which he does not know how to prevent! Broilers are ready for the market within 6 to 7 weeks and he can rear 5 batches in one year. The batches must be separated with rest periods of 15 to 21 days. If he rears just 100, he will gain a minimum of $US 42.2 within 7 weeks. This gain can be double if he makes the poultry feed and rears them himself. He will be taught disease prevention and how to make the feed at home.