Fungom Food Security and sustainable development cooperative with Board of Directors. Headquarters in Mekaf village
Bung Henry is our PM. He leads the works of all the teams to achieve goals and meet success criteria at a specified time. His primary challenge is to achieve all of the project goals within the given constraints.
The Coperative brought in an experienced baker from Wum to train other members at the bakery.
Project manager visiting Nten farms for evaluation and in preparation for farm extention.
We have collected a great deal of pictures and videos throughout our journey.
Please enjoy learning our story.
Our field manager Mr Bung Henry receiving improved corn seeds for planting.
That seed we received above was so useful.
We are so grateful.
We are blessed to live in part of the world where our crops get a lot of sunlight.
It is very photogenic scenery.
The harvesting of the maize is a welcome day.
It is a big job.
But very rewarding.
After the job is done, we have to transport the maize back to the barn.
It takes several trips.
It is a glorious moment.
Looking around at the beautiful greenery, filled with life.
Birds, bees, fruits, and high trees.
We love to look back on our work and feel good about it.
We are lucky to live is such a beautiful country, with amazing people.
It is a great thing to realise this, and embrace it.
It’s not all hard work here.
When we finish a great job, we celebrate.
Our celebrations usually include a traditional sing-song.
That is what happens at the end.
But we always have to start from the beginning.
Here, on January 1st, we gather for a meeting to discuss the future.
Never have I seen so much bread on a single table.
We will soon need another table.
Sometimes we have more help when we need.
Nobody can resist the delicious smell of freshly baked bread.
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We will of course have more videos and update you all on our progress in the future.
It is a well known fact, that Africa has struggled with a myriad of issues down through the years.
Extreme flooding, droughts, landslides, locust infestations – all of which have had a massive impact on the farming communities, throughout Africa.
In 2019, food security affected nearly 700 million people globally.
During the coronavirus pandemic, that number has increased to over 800 million.
Our vision, for our community, was to remove the fear of missing meals in the future.
To secure our place in the world with our very own, fresh, and dependable source of good food.
We have built our farm to last for generations. To inspire the future minds and help them fulfil their most ambitious aspirations.
All of us here at Fungom Farm wish you the very best.
We hope you visit, try our local dishes, and support us in whatever way you can.