The Regional Directorate of Agriculture of Dakhla-Oued Eddahab is committed to carrying out projects allowing the emergence of an agricultural middle class and the encouragement of young investors in the agriculture sector.
There is good news for breeders of the Dakhla area. It will soon have two hydroponic barley production units.
In details and as part of the implementation of the new agricultural development strategy “Green Generation” (SGG) 2020-2030, the Directorate of Agriculture of Dakhla-Oued Eddab is committed to carrying out projects allowing the emergence of the agricultural middle class and Promotion of young investors in agriculture sector.
In this context and to allow the creation and development of agricultural service companies in the Dakhla Oued-Eddahab region, two projects related to the production of hydroponic barley and watering livestock by tanker trucks have been proposed. Employment through development of para-agricultural services (linked to rangeland breeding) and integration into the local economic fabric and entrepreneurship for the benefit of young people in the region.
To do this, on 13 October, it will commission a technical and economic feasibility study to establish two hydroponic barley production units and two service companies for livestock watering in the region of Dakhla-Oued Eddahab.
The primary objective of this study is to identify, analyze and propose the technical (technical context), financial (project profitability), legal and social (social impact) information elements required for the construction of hydroponic barley units. area, selection of appropriate management mode for these two units, administration assistance for the choice of potential beneficiaries and development of a project support plan. and secondly to identify, analyze and propose the technical, financial, legal and social information required for the creation of two livestock watering companies in field routes for livestock watering companies. Assistance to administration for selection of suitable management mode for these two companies, selection of potential beneficiaries and development of project support plan.
Note that the importance of the amphitheater makes breeding in the region a source of prestige and income for the local population and which allows for the production of animal protein and the maintenance of the nomadic tradition.
The region is marked by breeding, especially camels, with a workforce of 40,000 chiefs, while the production of camel red meat is estimated to be 400 tonnes in 2019 with a turnover of MAD 16 million.
The region alone has a pastoral area of about 12 million hectares and more than 100 plant species and 8 pastoral species.
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