The Manko group is composed of young men who live in Mboul eco-village (http://www.sem-fund.org/mboul.php). In order to combat clandestine emigration, they prefer to remain in their village to promote sustainable local development. They would like to take up a project fattening sheep for re-sale. With the purchase of sheep that they will raise and fatten, they believe they will be able to re-sell the animals during the period of religious holidays and also supply the neighboring markets such as Pekess and Mekhé.
Le groupement Manko est composé de jeunes hommes résidant dans l’écovillage de Mboul (http://www.sem-fund.org/mboul.php). Pour lutter contre l’émigration clandestine, ils préfèrent rester dans leur village pour promouvoir un développement durable local. Ils souhaitent mener leur projet dans l’embouche ovine. Avec l’achat de moutons qu’ils vont élever et engraisser, ils pensent les revendre à l’approche des fêtes religieuses, approvisionner les marchés environnants comme ceux de Pekess et Mekhé.
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