Beauty has been conquering remote areas. It is a one way, no return drive. 110 livestock infrastructure are springing up from the savannas and steppes in the Far North, North, Adamawa and part of the East regions. Delivery has been effective for one quarter of the overall number of awarded contracts. Those pastoral infrastructure are actually being used by both animals and people. Awareness-raising campaigns mainly target the women. Field teams are out to convince them on how essential and useful the exploitation of animal excrement is, as combustible. Actually, people live in an area that is characterized by a fragile ecology.
The investments that call for celebration in Logone-Birni are as follows : one pastoral drilling in Dilga Arabe, another one in Kabo II and a zoo-sanitary intervention park in Salan. Tokombéré has been embellished with a pastoral drilling in Baka, another one in Tchaba-Tchaba and a zoo-sanitary intervention park in Makalingaï. There is another one in Kaélé, that is in Péténé for accuracy purpose. This is also the case in Yagoua, particularly in Djagadji. Petté counts two. One is in Filindé and the other one in Amkoé. These are pastoral tourism-related attractions to visit in the Far North region.
As for the North region, it has zoo-sanitary intervention parks in Ouro Bara and Boko Douroum. This is also the case in Guider. Garoua III is unique for the time being. 32 hectares of pasture have been layed-out through replenishment in Djalingo. A cattle track has been layed out in Malla. It is being given its finishing touches. Lagdo is happy that the pastoral drillings in Laïndé Gouna and Katchala Bouté have been delivered. The first locality that was named is also hosting a zoo-sanitary intervention park.
There is nothing to write home about in the Adamawa region. There are no grounds for satisfaction there as compared to the East region. It has already been displaying a cattle track on the following axes : Kombo-koro-Bangbel-Zembe-borongo-Longa-Mali-Bétare Oya-Ndokayo. Fio, not far from Batouri, counts a zoo-sanitary intervention park. It is equipped with a latrine unit. Bétaré-Oya hosts the same pastoral infrastructure. Garoua-Boulaï rather went for a shed as a butcher’s shop. Livestock infrastructure shall receive a new face lift by the time that all pastoral building sites go operational.