Farmer Portrait: Aden Ali Doucksieh
To become a farmer in a country like ours that nature has not spoiled, it takes a lot of determination and patience.
Aden Ali Doucksieh a assajog trader knew by engaging in an agricultural project there are five years, the case would not be easy.
Having acquired a plot of five acres Doudoub balalah, a few kilometers from the capital of the region, Aden worked tirelessly.
Today, five years after the debut, he reaps the fruit of his labor. Operation produces tomatoes, onions, fruit, etc..
“When I bought this plot, nothing grew on this earth and I invested ten million francs to clear the land, dig wells and for the purchase of fertilizer and tools,” said Doucksieh.
To make the transport of its products and sell them in the city, he bought two Indian carts with ADDS.
Very convenient vehicles are often shuttled between his garden and the town of Ali Sabih. It is not by chance that leads to agriculture but a passion that animates since childhood.
Besides agriculture, the man raises a herd of camels and zebu. For him, the best way to fight against poverty and starvation is to produce one’s own power base.
“I produce milk, butter, vegetables and fruit; for now, my productions are limited to the local market but the day will come where I will produce much more for me to attack the domestic market, “he said. Good luck, friend.