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Empower 200 Anglophone Refugee Women in Nigeria in Beekeeping


From Sept 13-30, 2021, Amba Farmers Voice, a 501c3 non-profit organization in collaboration with Apex Bee company, a professional bee company in Bethlehem, Maryland, will be launching a fundraiser to train 200 Southern Cameroonian refugees in Nigeria in beekeeping for food security and income generation.

Through Global Giving, the Fundraiser directly supports Amba Farmers Voice refugee empowerment efforts for the refugees and victims of the civil war in Southern Cameroons.
This is where we need your help! Your donations will help in:
- The purchase, construction of beekeeping hives, bee suits, smokers and other beekeeping equipment for 200 mostly refugee women in Nigeria
- To ensure sustainability, Apex Bee company https://www.apexbeecompany.com/ is volunteering to train and mentor the refugees in proper beekeeping methods.
ANY amount you choose to donate helps! All funds raised through Global Giving will go directly towards the project.
Thank you so much for your generosity! Supporting this project means refugee children will get a chance to go to school. It means food for families. It means education, jobs and choices for Southern Cameroon women refugees and victims of the civil War.
To donate, please click here: https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/cameroonian-refugee-women-beekeeping-project/
Empower 200 Anglophone Refugee Women in Nigeria in Beekeeping From Sept 13-30, 2021, Amba Farmers Voice, a 501c3 non-profit organization in collaboration with Apex Bee company, a professional bee company in Bethlehem, Maryland, will be launching a fundraiser to train 200 Southern Cameroonian refugees in Nigeria in beekeeping for food security and income generation. Through Global Giving, the Fundraiser directly supports Amba Farmers Voice refugee empowerment efforts for the refugees and victims of the civil war in Southern Cameroons. This is where we need your help! Your donations will help in: - The purchase, construction of beekeeping hives, bee suits, smokers and other beekeeping equipment for 200 mostly refugee women in Nigeria - To ensure sustainability, Apex Bee company https://www.apexbeecompany.com/ is volunteering to train and mentor the refugees in proper beekeeping methods. ANY amount you choose to donate helps! All funds raised through Global Giving will go directly towards the project. Thank you so much for your generosity! Supporting this project means refugee children will get a chance to go to school. It means food for families. It means education, jobs and choices for Southern Cameroon women refugees and victims of the civil War. To donate, please click here: https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/cameroonian-refugee-women-beekeeping-project/
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  • Learn How to Start a Small or Commercial Fish Farm/Pond

    Many people are interested in fish farming. What kinds of fish are easy to raise? Would you like to raise Cat/Mud fish or Tilapia? How do you start a fish pond or farm? What are the important requirements? What do fishes eat? How do you handle diseases that affect fish? Is there a market for fish? Do customers like fresh, smoked or dried?

    This week on Amba Farmers Voice, we shall be discussing how to start a small or commercial fish farm/pond. Most importantly, we shall discuss how farmers can raise maggots and worms to use as 100% protein for their fishes in order to reduce costs.

    With many of our refugees in Nigeria, Ghana are looking for profitable business to venture in. Fish farming is a very lucrative and simple business to start. The only condition for success is to learn how and follow the right methods.

    This is the new Ambazonia we are fighting for; an Ambazonia that ensures farmers have all the knowledge to be successful in their farming activities. That is why we have to leave LRC, because Ambazonian Farmers will be able to take care of themselves better than the slavery under LRC. To learn how to start your own small or commercial fish farm, tune into Amba Farmers Voice Facebook Page or SCBC TV on Sunday Nov. 7, 2021, at 4pm Amba Time. Please share this information with others to watch this important program
    Learn How to Start a Small or Commercial Fish Farm/Pond Many people are interested in fish farming. What kinds of fish are easy to raise? Would you like to raise Cat/Mud fish or Tilapia? How do you start a fish pond or farm? What are the important requirements? What do fishes eat? How do you handle diseases that affect fish? Is there a market for fish? Do customers like fresh, smoked or dried? This week on Amba Farmers Voice, we shall be discussing how to start a small or commercial fish farm/pond. Most importantly, we shall discuss how farmers can raise maggots and worms to use as 100% protein for their fishes in order to reduce costs. With many of our refugees in Nigeria, Ghana are looking for profitable business to venture in. Fish farming is a very lucrative and simple business to start. The only condition for success is to learn how and follow the right methods. This is the new Ambazonia we are fighting for; an Ambazonia that ensures farmers have all the knowledge to be successful in their farming activities. That is why we have to leave LRC, because Ambazonian Farmers will be able to take care of themselves better than the slavery under LRC. To learn how to start your own small or commercial fish farm, tune into Amba Farmers Voice Facebook Page or SCBC TV on Sunday Nov. 7, 2021, at 4pm Amba Time. Please share this information with others to watch this important program
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  • Empower 200 Anglophone Refugee Women in Nigeria in Beekeeping


    From Sept 13-30, 2021, Amba Farmers Voice, a 501c3 non-profit organization in collaboration with Apex Bee company, a professional bee company in Bethlehem, Maryland, will be launching a fundraiser to train 200 Southern Cameroonian refugees in Nigeria in beekeeping for food security and income generation.

    Through Global Giving, the Fundraiser directly supports Amba Farmers Voice refugee empowerment efforts for the refugees and victims of the civil war in Southern Cameroons.
    This is where we need your help! Your donations will help in:
    - The purchase, construction of beekeeping hives, bee suits, smokers and other beekeeping equipment for 200 mostly refugee women in Nigeria
    - To ensure sustainability, Apex Bee company https://www.apexbeecompany.com/ is volunteering to train and mentor the refugees in proper beekeeping methods.
    ANY amount you choose to donate helps! All funds raised through Global Giving will go directly towards the project.
    Thank you so much for your generosity! Supporting this project means refugee children will get a chance to go to school. It means food for families. It means education, jobs and choices for Southern Cameroon women refugees and victims of the civil War.
    To donate, please click here: https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/cameroonian-refugee-women-beekeeping-project/
    Empower 200 Anglophone Refugee Women in Nigeria in Beekeeping From Sept 13-30, 2021, Amba Farmers Voice, a 501c3 non-profit organization in collaboration with Apex Bee company, a professional bee company in Bethlehem, Maryland, will be launching a fundraiser to train 200 Southern Cameroonian refugees in Nigeria in beekeeping for food security and income generation. Through Global Giving, the Fundraiser directly supports Amba Farmers Voice refugee empowerment efforts for the refugees and victims of the civil war in Southern Cameroons. This is where we need your help! Your donations will help in: - The purchase, construction of beekeeping hives, bee suits, smokers and other beekeeping equipment for 200 mostly refugee women in Nigeria - To ensure sustainability, Apex Bee company https://www.apexbeecompany.com/ is volunteering to train and mentor the refugees in proper beekeeping methods. ANY amount you choose to donate helps! All funds raised through Global Giving will go directly towards the project. Thank you so much for your generosity! Supporting this project means refugee children will get a chance to go to school. It means food for families. It means education, jobs and choices for Southern Cameroon women refugees and victims of the civil War. To donate, please click here: https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/cameroonian-refugee-women-beekeeping-project/
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  • Learn How to Compose Your Own Animal Feed

    With the ongoing civil war in Southern Cameroons, many people have lost their jobs, and are trying to keeping a few animals for income and food. But, the cost of imported feed is extremely high. Nevertheless, there are ways that people raising animals can reduce the cost of feed.

    This week on Amba Farmers Voice, we shall be talking on how to compose or make your own rich animal feed. This program will be very useful to our refugees in Nigeria, Ghana, IDPs etc who are struggling to raise chickens, pigs, cows and goats.

    Learning how to make your animal feed will be very useful for our refugees in G1 & Ghana who don't have the money to buy feed. Amba Farmers Voice is out to ensure that all our refugees in Nigeria and Ghana can learn to compose their own animal feed.

    Fellow Southern Cameroonians, this is the new country we are fighting for. A country that ensures all farmers have the knowledge that they need to produce sufficient yields in spite of the war.

    To learn how to make your own animal feed, tune in to SCBC TV on Sunday September 19, 2021, at 4pm Buea Time; 11 am EST. Please share this information to others to watch this important program
    Learn How to Compose Your Own Animal Feed With the ongoing civil war in Southern Cameroons, many people have lost their jobs, and are trying to keeping a few animals for income and food. But, the cost of imported feed is extremely high. Nevertheless, there are ways that people raising animals can reduce the cost of feed. This week on Amba Farmers Voice, we shall be talking on how to compose or make your own rich animal feed. This program will be very useful to our refugees in Nigeria, Ghana, IDPs etc who are struggling to raise chickens, pigs, cows and goats. Learning how to make your animal feed will be very useful for our refugees in G1 & Ghana who don't have the money to buy feed. Amba Farmers Voice is out to ensure that all our refugees in Nigeria and Ghana can learn to compose their own animal feed. Fellow Southern Cameroonians, this is the new country we are fighting for. A country that ensures all farmers have the knowledge that they need to produce sufficient yields in spite of the war. To learn how to make your own animal feed, tune in to SCBC TV on Sunday September 19, 2021, at 4pm Buea Time; 11 am EST. Please share this information to others to watch this important program
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  • The Wonder Plant: Learn How to Use PawPaw to Cure Diseases with Dr. Roger Gietzen

    With the ongoing civil war in Southern Cameroons, many people are unable to go to hospitals due to lack of money. But, there are natural herbs in our villages that can be used to cure certain diseases. This week on Amba Farmers Voice, we shall be talking about how IDPs, mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters in G1, Ghana and GZ can start using some of these plants in their villages.

    Our special guest to help us learn how to make our own medicines with herbs is Dr. Roger Gietzen, a Neurologist at McLaren Northern Michigan, Petoskey, MI. He graduated from Wayne State University, College of Medicine, Detroit, MI with a medical degree and completed his residency in Neurology at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City.

    Dr. Gietzen has over 15 years’ experience as a Neurologist and has also worked as a professor with Partners in Health at the University Hospital Mirebalais in Haiti where he trained local Haitian doctors to become neurologists. He is a strong advocate for holistic medicine and offers mind body medicine counseling for those people who want to pursue resolution of their ailments in a natural manner. He has done research on the wonders of the pawpaw plant, and will be talking on how to use it to cure certain ailments.

    Dr. Gietzen is also involved in humanitarian work in Haiti through a nonprofit called Global Freedom Project, where he focuses on helping the poor and needy achieve economic independence. Roger's life is devoted to God union and his spiritual path gives inspiration to all aspects of his life, but especially to his humanitarian projects and his holistic health services. Roger is also proud to be a father.

    Learning how to make your medicines from a plant that is common in our villages will be very useful for our refugees in G1 & Ghana who don't have the money to always go to the hospital. Amba Farmers Voice wants to ensure that all our refugees in Nigeria and Ghana can stay healthy and maintain a healthy life despite the conditions under which they have been subjected to by LRC.

    Fellow Southern Cameroonians, this is the new country we are fighting for. A country that ensures all its citizens eat healthy food, thereby reducing illnesses with plants in our surroundings.

    To learn how to make medicines using pawpaw, tune in to SCBC TV on Sunday September 12, 2021, at 4pm Buea Time; 11 am EST. Please share this information to others to watch this important program

    The Wonder Plant: Learn How to Use PawPaw to Cure Diseases with Dr. Roger Gietzen With the ongoing civil war in Southern Cameroons, many people are unable to go to hospitals due to lack of money. But, there are natural herbs in our villages that can be used to cure certain diseases. This week on Amba Farmers Voice, we shall be talking about how IDPs, mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters in G1, Ghana and GZ can start using some of these plants in their villages. Our special guest to help us learn how to make our own medicines with herbs is Dr. Roger Gietzen, a Neurologist at McLaren Northern Michigan, Petoskey, MI. He graduated from Wayne State University, College of Medicine, Detroit, MI with a medical degree and completed his residency in Neurology at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City. Dr. Gietzen has over 15 years’ experience as a Neurologist and has also worked as a professor with Partners in Health at the University Hospital Mirebalais in Haiti where he trained local Haitian doctors to become neurologists. He is a strong advocate for holistic medicine and offers mind body medicine counseling for those people who want to pursue resolution of their ailments in a natural manner. He has done research on the wonders of the pawpaw plant, and will be talking on how to use it to cure certain ailments. Dr. Gietzen is also involved in humanitarian work in Haiti through a nonprofit called Global Freedom Project, where he focuses on helping the poor and needy achieve economic independence. Roger's life is devoted to God union and his spiritual path gives inspiration to all aspects of his life, but especially to his humanitarian projects and his holistic health services. Roger is also proud to be a father. Learning how to make your medicines from a plant that is common in our villages will be very useful for our refugees in G1 & Ghana who don't have the money to always go to the hospital. Amba Farmers Voice wants to ensure that all our refugees in Nigeria and Ghana can stay healthy and maintain a healthy life despite the conditions under which they have been subjected to by LRC. Fellow Southern Cameroonians, this is the new country we are fighting for. A country that ensures all its citizens eat healthy food, thereby reducing illnesses with plants in our surroundings. To learn how to make medicines using pawpaw, tune in to SCBC TV on Sunday September 12, 2021, at 4pm Buea Time; 11 am EST. Please share this information to others to watch this important program
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  • 16 Year Old Refugee Designs Rocket Stove
    Agbor Shedrack is a 16 year old Southern Cameroonian refugee in the Adagon 1 refugee camp in Ogoja, Nigeria. Instead of sitting and waiting for handouts, he has designed a rocket stove to help his community save on firewood, and reduce the health risks associated with smoke from cooking.
    Please kindly help support him by buying a stove. It costs just 2000 Naira - approximately $5. He can be reached via whatsapp @ +23408052437919. Thank you for your support.
    16 Year Old Refugee Designs Rocket Stove Agbor Shedrack is a 16 year old Southern Cameroonian refugee in the Adagon 1 refugee camp in Ogoja, Nigeria. Instead of sitting and waiting for handouts, he has designed a rocket stove to help his community save on firewood, and reduce the health risks associated with smoke from cooking. Please kindly help support him by buying a stove. It costs just 2000 Naira - approximately $5. He can be reached via whatsapp @ +23408052437919. Thank you for your support.
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  • Learn How to Breed Earthworms as Feed for Chicken, Fish & As Organic Fertilizer

    Southern Cameroonian Poultry and Fish farmers complain about the excessive and increasing cost of imported feed. Not only are farmers burdened by the expensive nature of imported feed, they are equally burned by other challenges like diseases that require lots of money, which they don't have. Is there an alternative to enable them to reduce their cost of feed? Yes, Earthworms! What? Yes Earthworms!

    This week on Amba Farmers Voice, we shall be talking about how poultry and fish farmers can grow earthworms to use as feed for their animals. Worms are 100% protein and can be grown anywhere at any time through a very simple process. The ingredients and inputs to grow worms are found in every village in Southern Cameroons.

    With the war that the LRC has declared on us, many people are not working. People don't have money to spend to buy expensive imported animal feed, that is all laced with chemicals. Amba Farmers Voice is out to ensure that poultry and fish farmers get the knowledge they need to grow their own worms to use as an alternative to imported feed. This technique will be very useful to our people in Ghana & G1 who are raising chicken and fish to survive as refugees.

    This is the new Ambazonia we are fighting for; an Ambazonia that ensures, it's farmers have all the knowledge to be successful. That is why we have to leave LRC, because Ambazonian Farmers will be able to take care of themselves better than the slavery under LRC. To learn how to raise your own worms, tune to Amba Farmers Voice on SCBC TV on Sunday July 25, 2021, at 4pm Amba Time. Please share this information to others to watch this important program.
    Learn How to Breed Earthworms as Feed for Chicken, Fish & As Organic Fertilizer Southern Cameroonian Poultry and Fish farmers complain about the excessive and increasing cost of imported feed. Not only are farmers burdened by the expensive nature of imported feed, they are equally burned by other challenges like diseases that require lots of money, which they don't have. Is there an alternative to enable them to reduce their cost of feed? Yes, Earthworms! What? Yes Earthworms! This week on Amba Farmers Voice, we shall be talking about how poultry and fish farmers can grow earthworms to use as feed for their animals. Worms are 100% protein and can be grown anywhere at any time through a very simple process. The ingredients and inputs to grow worms are found in every village in Southern Cameroons. With the war that the LRC has declared on us, many people are not working. People don't have money to spend to buy expensive imported animal feed, that is all laced with chemicals. Amba Farmers Voice is out to ensure that poultry and fish farmers get the knowledge they need to grow their own worms to use as an alternative to imported feed. This technique will be very useful to our people in Ghana & G1 who are raising chicken and fish to survive as refugees. This is the new Ambazonia we are fighting for; an Ambazonia that ensures, it's farmers have all the knowledge to be successful. That is why we have to leave LRC, because Ambazonian Farmers will be able to take care of themselves better than the slavery under LRC. To learn how to raise your own worms, tune to Amba Farmers Voice on SCBC TV on Sunday July 25, 2021, at 4pm Amba Time. Please share this information to others to watch this important program.
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  • How to Preserve Your Corn & Beans from Weevils

    Southern Cameroonian Farmers experience severe post harvest losses due to inadequate knowledge on how to preserve their beans, corn and other cereals from being eaten by weevils. With the harvesting season around the corner, providing farmers with information on how to preserve their food is critical to reducing hunger and poverty during this war.

    This week on Amba Farmers Voice, we shall be talking about how farmers can manage and control weevils from eating their corn and beans with very simple methods and local leaves that can be used as pesticides. By using simple methods and common leaves in the villages, farmers can control and manage these weevils.

    With the war that LRC has declared on us, many people are not working. People don't have money to spend. So, Amba Farmers Voice is out to ensure that farmers are able to preserve their corn and beans from being eaten or destroyed by weevils. This program is of particular importance to our people on G1, GZ & Ghana who are bearing the brunt of this war declared by LRC.

    This is the new Ambazonia we are fighting for; an Ambazonia which ensures that farmers have all the knowledge to be successful in their farming activities. To learn how to prevent your corn and beans from being destroyed by weevils, tune to Amba Farmers Voice FB Page & SCBC TV on Sunday July 18, 2021, at 4pm Buea Time or 11am EST. Please share this information with others to watch this important program
    How to Preserve Your Corn & Beans from Weevils Southern Cameroonian Farmers experience severe post harvest losses due to inadequate knowledge on how to preserve their beans, corn and other cereals from being eaten by weevils. With the harvesting season around the corner, providing farmers with information on how to preserve their food is critical to reducing hunger and poverty during this war. This week on Amba Farmers Voice, we shall be talking about how farmers can manage and control weevils from eating their corn and beans with very simple methods and local leaves that can be used as pesticides. By using simple methods and common leaves in the villages, farmers can control and manage these weevils. With the war that LRC has declared on us, many people are not working. People don't have money to spend. So, Amba Farmers Voice is out to ensure that farmers are able to preserve their corn and beans from being eaten or destroyed by weevils. This program is of particular importance to our people on G1, GZ & Ghana who are bearing the brunt of this war declared by LRC. This is the new Ambazonia we are fighting for; an Ambazonia which ensures that farmers have all the knowledge to be successful in their farming activities. To learn how to prevent your corn and beans from being destroyed by weevils, tune to Amba Farmers Voice FB Page & SCBC TV on Sunday July 18, 2021, at 4pm Buea Time or 11am EST. Please share this information with others to watch this important program
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