Amba Farmers Voice Transforming Southern Cameroons & African
Amba Farmers Voice Transforming Southern Cameroons & African Agriculture Amba Farmers Voice (AFV) is a FREE agricultural education program produced in collaboration with Southern Cameroons Broadcasting Corporation (SCBC TV); broadcast via satellite across West Africa to address the fast growing humanitarian and food crisis brought about by the deteriorating security situation on Southern Cameroonian Farmers & Refugees who are victims of the war declared upon them by the state of La Republique du Cameroun. We empower farmers with skills & appropriate technology to increase food production during this time of war. AFV hopes to improve the food challenges by providing practical education and appropriate techniques to Farmers and Refugees to increase food production. AFV was founded in 2019 in the US State of Virginia and incorporated as a 501c not-for-profit corporation.
Ph.D. Isaac Zama | Founder & CEO
Isaac is an international development profession with over 25 years of practical agricultural experience. A lawyer by training, he holds graduate degrees from the Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin Madison College of Agriculture and Life Science. He has spent most of his career working in the United States with organizations like the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), ACREST Cameroun and taught Community Forestry at the Ecole National des Eaux et Forets in Gabon. He has also volunteered with USAID-Winrock International Farmer-to-Farmer program in Ghana.