For The Future Of Cocoa 

Compost House Construction

Posted on July 22, 2013 by Cocoa Care | 0 comments

In order to improve soil condition, restore and increase soil carbon levels and re-establish natural soil micro-organisms farmers need to add organic materials in the form of compost. To give farmers better access to compost, the IPNI program has established a farmer enterprise composting business in the heart of where the IPNI programs are being conducted. 

From June through July a compost house was built by one of the farmer groups involved in the IPNI program, under the supervision of Cocoa Carer Darwis. 


 L June 24,2013 The compost house roof goes on. R: June 28, 2013 Women relax in the shade preparing food for the workers

 L: July 6, 2013 The compost house floor is done. R: 17 July 2013, Almost finished. 

Compost house is done! Good road access is essential to receive raw materials and for farmers to collect the compost. 


 Up next - Composting Training. 



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