On the banks of the majestic Congo river lies Brazzaville, the capital of the Republic of Congo.
Home of ‘les Congolais,’ friendly and industrious.
A long history of political stability forms a solid basis for the government’s strong commitment to diversify the country’s economy.
Congo-Brazzaville encourages all forms of agriculture as part of its long-term strategy for the sustainable development of the agricultural and rural sectors
Congo’s exceptionally rich biodiversity offers favourable conditions for agriculture, livestock farming, fishing and aquaculture.
These underlying conditions coupled with a solid agriculture policy will be instrumental in the diversification of the, thus far, oil-dependent economy.
It is very difficult to imagine a successful agricultural sector without the development of mechanization, seeds, varieties and machinery.
Specific training of the abundant youth population to the needs of the market and easy access to diversified financing, play key roles in improving agricultural production.
Another important element in strengthening agriculture output is the promotion of investments in the development of high-value agricultural products.
The deep-water port of Pointe-Noire at the Atlantic Ocean is the most functional harbour in the region and connected with a ‘route nationale’ in mint condition.
Market potential quadruples in the vicinity of the megacity of Kinshasa, just across the river.
With more than 10 million hectares of agricultural land insufficiently developed, this green and gradually sloped countryside will be a driver of prosperity and economic growth for the Republic.
Congo, a land of opportunities!