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Agrotech Belgium has developed an innovative and original technology for the intensive production of highly nutritive and wholly natural green fodder for animal feeding, regardless of climatic conditions. Agrotech Belgium has been granted a whole collection of international Awards. The main advantage of this technology is the possibility to reach zootechnical performances by the daily supply of a ration of highly nutritive green fodder all year through, independent of climatic seasonal changes: • increase of milk production • acceleration of fattening process • better reproductive performances • better resistance to diseases • better taste of milk and by-products • enhanced productivity of the cattle, etc. Our Fresh Fodder Factories are essential tools of economic and social development, particularly in rural areas faced with unfavourable climatic conditions. It is now possible to reach zootechnical performances, even in regions where such results were but an utopian dream. Please consult our website www.agrotech-belgium.com and contact us. We hope to contribute to the development of the livestock sector in your Country.
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Undergraduate in International Business at Maastricht University
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29 years experience in the analysis, planning and development of projects and programs in the field of rural development and natural resource management in 24 developing countries in Africa. Worked with EC, FAO, IFAD, UNDP, UNSO, WFP, SIDA, DGIS, BTC, and private consulting companies. Master the project cycle management (PCM), including Logical Framework applications, project identification/design, formulation, technical backstopping, implementation, technical and managerial monitoring and evaluation. Administrative, financial and technical management of national, regional and continental programs up to 30 M $. Professional credos: participatory and results oriented approaches. MSc. Degree in Agricultural Engineering & Forestry (1982); MSc. Geomorphology (1990); Certificate (3rd cycle) in Development Studies (1990).
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