|Family photo behind National Youth Council bureau|
The outcomes of these workshops
The main resolution of the workshops
- Sensitization of youths on the importance of agriculture by using all the known communication and the creation of pilot centres.
- building the capacity of youths by involving experts in all the fields related to agriculture.
- seeking various means to facilitate land ownership most especially to women.
- Network in groups especially among the YPARD community
- Seeking for means to improve on the state of farm to market roads.
- Seeking for means of improving Storage facilities
- Come out with strategies on how to market agricultural produce
- Looking for ways of engaging disabled people in agriculture.
- Encourage the use of ICT in Agriculture
- Move away from traditional agriculture to a modern approach
- Encourage the transformation of agricultural produce on the spot
- Encourage the Government of Cameroon to make the study of Agriculture as a compulsory subject in the school curricula.
- That, Leaders of youth organizations should be more involved in a better dissemination of Public Policy among Youths.
- That cost of inputs in Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries should be lowered.
- That the selection procedures, financing, monitoring and evaluation activities of micro or small projects of Youth be intensified to ensure greater support impact.
- That Leaders of Youth Organizations be involved at all levels of the process (mobilization, implementation, monitoring).
- The development partners should further support Youth initiatives.
- That systematic repayment of support grants is canceled and field support optimized.
- Managers believe that arbitrary financing of non-active youth through high percentages severely punished.
- That there should be budgetary provisions for programs monitoring commissions to ensure effectiveness of support on the field.
- In Accordance with the Business Plan submitted by Youths, that financing be granted in line with the funding requested with a maximum bottom margin of 10% and not 90% as many beneficiaries complain.