African agriculture is still small-scale family farming faced with uncertain climate conditions and fluctuating market prices. Not being attractive to investors is a major constraint to any positive development of the agricultural sector.
Dr. Godfrey N'Zamujo, a Dominican Father from Nigeria, founded the SONGHAI Center in 1985, whose main objective is to train young agricultural entrepreneurs on sustainable production systems based on agro-biology and use them as model for the rural world.
After two decades, SONGHAI has become a real pole of attraction and admiration.
Nevertheless, this success story should not distract from the fact that SONGHAI still has challenges to overcome.