Southern Cameroonians and Farmers living in rural areas without electricity have no means of storing and preserving their excess fresh vegetables harvested during the rainy season. Ambazonian mothers (buyam/Sellam) who sell fresh vegetables (tomatoes, carrots, green peppers etc) suffer severe financial losses when their merchandise rots because they are unable to sell all of their stock.

This week on Amba Farmers Voice, we shall be talking about how with local materials, people in the villages and towns can make their own fridges to store fresh vegetables (njamanjama, green pepper, leeks etc) for up to two weeks without the need for electricity. You could even preserve ripe tomatoes for up to one month without a fridge and electricity.