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Steven Jon Barbeaux
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|Steven Jon Barbeaux started in Cameroon 1993|
|Agriculture in Cameroon:|
|Steven Barbeaux, Erik Schiff|
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|Projects in Cameroon
|Agroforestry Site for Nursery and Demonstration, Books For Cameroon, Camp MDARLE 2009, Chicken Farming, Community Beekeeping and Business Training, Community Granary, East Province Water Pump, Health Seminars for Youth and Women, Mbandjock Palm Oil Tree Nursery and Plantation, Potable Water, Reading Rainforest, School Construction (Cameroon), Soy Conference, Wum High School Science Laboratory|
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READ ME: Worked in Tikondi I in the East Province of Cameroun. I was the first volounteer at this site, work went very slow for the first year. I did a lot of biking around to diffent villages spreading the good word of aquaculture with my little illustrated plackards. In the second year work picked up and actually had several farmers by the time I left. To fill the void I did some AIDS education at the local level and started some Agroforestry projects. I visited some agroforestry projects in the Northwest Province to assess possibility for adding aquaculture as a component of their work.