Burundi Eco Rumonge-Climate change: Farmers pay a heavy price

In Rumonge, 106 ha of rice fields and other cereals are struggling with caterpillars, about 50 ha of bean fields, cassava and other crops have been decimated by snails. In the dock: climate change. Despite the response initiated, the fear of famine hovers. The agricultural situation is worrying in Rumonge. Since the start of cropping […]

Traders do not digest the closing of the market during the investigations

Through a field visit, the Burkinabè government went to express its support and encouragement to the traders of the Sankar-Yaaré market, partly consumed by a fire on January 29, 2023. If we have to wait for the results of the investigations opened by the Scientific Police , traders want to resume their activities as soon […]