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Aller Aqua hosts seminars in Cameroon

The events attracted eager customers to expand their knowledge and enhance their farming businesses.

July 27, 2023

Aller Aqua, in collaboration with its partner in Cameroon, MAVECAM, recently conducted two seminars that brought together more than 130 eager customers in two days. The events in the country’s commercial city of Douala and the capital, Yaoundé, attracted eager customers to expand their knowledge and enhance their farming businesses.

“These seminars provided a unique platform for our customers to provide feedback, enabling us to understand their needs better. The interactive sessions fostered a sense of community and customer trust as attendees shared their challenges and experiences. It was an opportunity to build lasting relationships, strengthen existing partnerships, and forge new connections with our fish farmers,” the company said.

Presentations focused on the best use of Aller aquafeeds in optimizing performance in fish farms, improving profitability, and ensuring sustainable growth. Additionally, guidelines for making sound economic decisions on the farm were shared. Beyond the best feed application methods in fish farming, the seminars also emphasized the significance of farm biosecurity.

“The seminar was truly memorable because our learning was infused with excitement and fun,” said Vasthi, a young fish farmer. “We learned many improvements for our fish farming business and received a lot of technical tools and gift items. Aller Aqua created a sense of collaboration amongst us, encouraging us to learn from one another and collectively improve the fish farming business in Cameroon.”

“The success of the seminars in Douala and Yaoundé signifies the importance of collaboration, knowledge-sharing and continuous improvement for fish farmers. Aller Aqua and MAVECAM have demonstrated their commitment to being reliable partners for farmers, providing them with the tools and knowledge to thrive and succeed. As partners, we have a shared vision of a prosperous and sustainable aquaculture industry in Cameroon,” said Dave, managing director at MAVECAM.