SENEGAL-ECONOMY / Kaffrine: young people trained on the agro-sylvo-pastoral orientation law – Senegalese press agency

Kaffrine, May 15 (APS) – Young members of various organizations were trained, in Ndjigui, a village located in the commune of Kahi (Kaffrine (center), on the agro-sylvo-pastoral and fisheries orientation law.

This training is an initiative of the rural youth college of the National Council for Consultation and Cooperation of Rural People (CNCR).

“We are here today to discuss with young rural people the revision of the agro-sylvo-pastoral and fisheries orientation law, which is twenty years old this year, because it was created in 2004,” explained the program manager. Integration and installation of young people in different value chains”, at the National Council for Consultation and Cooperation of Rural People (Cncr), Mamadou Diop.

Speaking at the end of this training, awareness-raising and information-sharing meeting on this law, he pleaded for its revision with all stakeholders, particularly young rural people who are behind it.

In the presence of the village chief of Ndjigui, Amath Diaw, he considered that young rural people must give their opinions, contributions and proposals to political decision-makers in relation to the revision of this law.

“There have certainly been results, but the law deserves to be revisited today, because it is time for us to succeed in achieving self-sufficiency in rice and achieving food security,” he recommended.

During the debates, some participants pleaded for more support for farmers from the State and above all, allowing young people to access land and have seeds.





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