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We support
the rural
development.

We support the rural development.

increase yield and nutrition

The mechanization of agriculture in Senegal.

Mechanisation is a key strategy to realise production and productivity increases and, at the same time, protect resources and the climate. In its Agenda 2063, the African Union has declared its vision to ban the hand hoe. Machinery rings give smallholder farmers access to modern machinery. Existing machinery can be used more efficiently.

in a nutshell

The idea of a Machinery Ring

A machinery ring is a local self-help organisation of farmers who provide mutual support with mechanisation services. The machinery is individually owned and maintained but voluntarily made available to members oft he machinery rings on a full cost basis. A member farmer can be a provider of one service while s/he hires a different service from a fellow farmer.

Knowledge Transfer

Development Cooperation

Independent farmer organisations, cooperatives and machinery rings are essential factors in joint development for modernising agriculture in Africa. They are engines for increasing the agricultural productivity. These are lessons learnt in the development of agriculture in Germany and in Europe. Many employees oft the gemanr machinery rings have well founded work experience abroad. They stand for a usage-based knowledge transfer from farmer to farmer.

21

african machine rings

2.500

members

2.900 ha

Cultivated area

420 to

Dez. 2019 - April 2020

Knowledge transfer

Development cooperation

Independent organisations of famers, cooperatives and machinery rings are essential factors in joint developments to modernise agriculture in Africa. They are the driving force behind increasing agricultural productivity. Many employees of the machinery rings in Germany have experience abroad. They stand for an application-based knowledge transfer from farmer to farmer.

founded:

2018

members:

590

machines:

Mototired cultivators, stationary threshing and peeling machines for millet and peanuts

focus:

Agriculture & cultivation of vegetables

machinery ring:

10

one site:

Mr. Pierre Alfred Ndione
Caritas Thiés
Avenue Mgr Francois Xavier Ndione
B.P. 1434 Thiés

founded:

2018

members:

935

machines:

Mototired cultivators, stationary threshing and peeling machines for millet, peanuts, rice and corn

focus:

Agriculture & cultivation of vegetables

machinery ring:

6

on site:

Mr. Faustin Mame Thiawe
Quartier Bounakane
Route de Ziguinchor
Kolda

founded:

2020

members:

640

machines:

Mototired cultivators, stationary threshing and peeling machines for millet, peanuts, rice and corn

focus:

Agriculture & cultivation of vegetables

machinery ring:

5

on site:

Mrs. Corine Mendy
Caritas Ziguinchor
64 Avenue Dr. Gabriel CARVALAHO
B.P. 107 Ziguinchor

Digital learning platform

Education and vocational education are basic modules of sustainable economic development. In order to make the use of machines sustainable, MR is also involved in the training and further education of the MR members in Senegal. The main focus is on the professional use of machinery and the improvement of cultivation conditions through small, practical units. The use of digital technologies offers potential for improving the quality of education and can complete practical trainings in many ways.

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Agricultural portal Senegal

In ordert to ensure high capacity utilisation and thus profitability, larger machines, such as tractors are deployed regionally. Through a digital agricultural portal, the farmers can conveniently request assignments via app and organize them afterwarts. In this way, machine deployment is optimised and linked in a targeted manner. The simply structured app enables transparent administration and reduces effort.

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TOGETHER
WE SET
AGRICULTURE
INTO THE FUTURE.

The CSR-Team of machineryring

Social responsibility is a matter close to our heart.

No longer having to move from plot to plot with a hoe, but to cultivate larger areas mechanically is a dream of many people in Senegal. It is our task to make this dream come true by developing and promoting it further.

Dr. Jean Bosco Mbom

Projektleiter vor Ort

jean.mbom@maschinenringe.com

+221 77 682 85 65

Maria Maidl

Mitarbeiterin im EZ-Team

maria.maidl@maschinenringe.com

+49 (0) 8431 6499-1064

The CSR-Team of machineryring

Social responsibility is a matter close to our heart.

No longer having to move from plot to plot with a hoe, but to cultivate larger areas mechanically is a dream of many people in Senegal. It is our task to make this dream come true by developing and promoting it further.

Dr. Jean Bosco Mbom

Projektleiter vor Ort

jean.mbom@maschinenringe.com

+221 77 682 85 65

Maria Maidl

Mitarbeiterin im EZ-Team

maria.maidl@maschinenringe.com

+49 (0) 8431 6499-1064

What the matter?

What is this guy doing?

The development cooperation scouts are experts commissioned by the german federal ministry for economic cooperation and development (BMZ). As contact persons for development cooperation (DC) issues, they are active in trade associations, country associations, chambers of industry and commerce, chambers of crafts and foundation organisations

Dr. agr. Thomas Wilde

Bundesverband der Maschinenringe
Am Maschinenring 1
86633 Neuburg a.d. Donau
Telefon: +49 (0) 170 540 3 888
E-Mail: ez-scout@maschinenringe.com
www.maschinenring.de
www.bmz.de/ez-scouts

Dr. agr. Thomas Wilde

Bundesverband der Maschinenringe
Am Maschinenring 1
86633 Neuburg a.d. Donau
Telefon: +49 (0) 170 540 3 888
E-Mail: ez-scout@maschinenringe.com
www.maschinenring.de
www.bmz.de/ez-scouts

What the matter?

What is this guy doing?

The development cooperation scouts are experts commissioned by the german federal ministry for economic cooperation and development (BMZ). As contact persons for development cooperation (DC) issues, they are active in trade associations, country associations, chambers of industry and commerce, chambers of crafts and foundation organisations

Dr. agr. Thomas Wilde

Bundesverband der Maschinenringe
Am Maschinenring 1
86633 Neuburg a.d. Donau
Telefon: +49 (0) 170 540 3 888
E-Mail: ez-scout@maschinenringe.com
www.maschinenring.de
www.bmz.de/ez-scouts

Dr. agr. Thomas Wilde

Bundesverband der Maschinenringe
Am Maschinenring 1
86633 Neuburg a.d. Donau
Telefon: +49 (0) 170 540 3 888
E-Mail: ez-scout@maschinenringe.com
www.maschinenring.de
www.bmz.de/ez-scouts

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08431 6499-0
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