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Launch of the data collection and online registration platform for Burundians qualified in ICT

BUJUMBURA, November 13th (ABP) – The Minister of Communication, Information Technologies and Media, Mrs. Léocadie Ndacayisaba, held on Friday, November 10, 2023, a conference to launch the platform for collecting…

The new strategy to increase agricultural production has been announced

BUJUMBURA, November 13th (ABP) – The Minister of Environment, Agriculture and Livestock, Mr. Prosper Dodiko, announced, during a press briefing held on Friday, November 10, 2023, the new strategy for…

The training workshop for journalists on nutrition and reproductive health has ended

BUJUMBURA, November 13th (ABP) – On the 2nd day of the journalists’ workshop on the collection and handling of information related to nutrition and reproductive health, two themes were on…

The torch of peace has passed by Ruyigi province

RUYIGI, November 13th (ABP) – The torch of peace arrived on Friday, November 10, 2023 in Ruyigi province, from Cankuzo province. It was handed over by Governor Boniface Banyiyezako along…

The membership of women in self-development cooperatives is at a satisfactory pace

BUBANZA, November 13th (ABP) – The organization and/or the membership of women in self-development cooperatives is at a satisfactory pace in Bubanza province (north-west of Burundi). The provincial head of…

Bujumbura – Livestock A soldier of the 412th battalion has embarked on rabbit farming project BUJUMBURA, November 13th (ABP) – Soldier Leonidas Nsengiyumva has responded well to the appeal of the President of the Republic of Burundi who calls on Burundians and State institutions to engage in rabbit farming, a check at the headquarters of the Kabezi commune in Bujumbura province by ABP has revealed. His entrepreneurial leadership in raising rabbits started last April and now has more than 135 rabbits and plans to move forward. He wants to become a large rabbit farmer with a large number of rabbits, with a view to providing rabbits to those who would like to raise them. He has already provided rabbits to those who want them. Last month, he sold 12 rabbits, for 25 thousand BIF each. He plans to expand the hutch little by little because, he stressed, the iron sheets, boards and pipes are expensive today. Mr. Nsengiyumva revealed two major challenges to that breeding. He cited a lack of veterinary technicians and good breed rabbits. He called on the State to help rabbit farmers to treat rabbits and provide them with good breeds in order to cross them with the local breed to find a disease-resistant breed.

BUJUMBURA, November 13th (ABP) – Soldier Leonidas Nsengiyumva has responded well to the appeal of the President of the Republic of Burundi who calls on Burundians and State institutions to…