Confident of its development in the reproduction field, Ceva is, and has to be on the same wavelength with the African market request.

With the continual population increase, a fast answer to nutrition and health issues must be found. Producing proteins in sufficient quantities will result in reaching these objectives and will insure stable food independence.

Using its expertise, knowledge and the availability of all the veterinarian products necessary for reproduction control, Intertropical CEVA Africa participates in numerous genetic improvement projects, such as those done in Senegal, Mauritania and Burundi, both in the public and private sector. 

The GOANA Project (food and the abundance) launched on the initiative of President Abdoulaye Wade to reduce the food dependence in Senegal, has allowed Intertropicale CEVA Africa to bring its expertise there where its needed most.

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