Source : UNICEF - UNDP - World Bank
Partner : Kenose-Antenna
The Central African association Kenose-Antenna under Jean-Denis N’GOBO’s leadership has been producing spirulina for 15 years, which it hands out in health clinics and through associations, such as “Coeurs Charitables”. The association thus helps to improve the nutritional situation of the most destitute.
In 2012 the Nutrition House was founded.
In 2013 two new activities were launched: growing moringa in order to fight against malnutrition and Artemesia annua to help fight malaria.
The PK13 Farm has been running for 15 years now and until the recent instability was producing close to 1
Kenose-Antenna via Jean Denis plays an essential role among the disadvantaged population around Bangui. Upon their request, he started two
Under the lead of its President, Bertrand Attongobo, the association “Coeurs Charitables” has been distributing spirulina for free since 2005.