MAECI leads an Economic Mission of U.S. Companies to visit Equatorial Guinea

Within the next 30-days the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea will welcome a U.S. delegation of Commerce to Equatorial Guinea being organized by Management & Economic Consulting, Inc. (MAECI).

MAECI will lead a group of U.S. companies that look to bring solutions within the following sectors: Healthcare, Solar Energy, Water Purification, IT & Communications, Mass Transit, Port Management and Micro-Finance.  The Government of Equatorial Guinea has been aggressively seeking U.S. participation in their economic diversification plans.

The goal of the mission is to have these companies participate in the emergence phase, 2013-2020; the Government is counting on direct participation by the United States, to carry out the dream of an emerging Equatorial Guinea in Horizon 2020.

MAECI’s delegation of U.S. companies includes Leonard Karp, President & CEO of Philadelphia International Medicine, Michael Simpson, President of The Simpson Group, William Rawheiser, President & CEO of Wise Power Systems, Kevin Jones, Chief Executive Office of Cardinal Resources, Paul Robichaux, Commission Vice President of Port of South Louisiana and Dr. Ernest Simo will be representing IT & Communication solutions.

During the mission, MAECI’s group will tour the country and meet with of different members of the Government of Equatorial Guinea.

 

MAECI launches Poultry Project in Equatorial Guinea

Management and Economic Consulting, Inc. (MAECI) launched a poultry project in Equatorial Guinea.  The poultry project is located on the Mongomo Farm, located in Mongomo, Equatorial Guinea.  The Mongomo Farm is the site of the countries initial farm project with MAECI, which is a 750 hectare Corn, and Soybean farm and processing centerThe project was initiated with 1200 chicks that have been raised to full size.  25% (300) of the chickens will be sold live in the towns of Mongomo and Bata.  An additional 50% (600) will be slaughtered and frozen for purchase by the local restaurants, hotels and supermarkets.  The remaining 25% (300) are egg laying hens that are estimated to produce 1200 eggs per week.

The poultry project is supervised by Christopher Fombu of MAECI, and managed by MAECI Agriculture Manager Albrecht Albers (seen in photo)

The project is supervised by Christopher Fombu of MAECI, and managed by MAECI Agriculture Manager Albrecht Albers (seen in photo). This section of the farm is maintained by 7 – 8 members of the surrounding villages.

MAECI is expected to expand the poultry project in multiple locations in the country including the provinces of Cogo, Mboete, Niefang, Anisoc, Tegete, Oveng, Moyos, Basile and Riaba.  MAECI is in the process of expanding the project to take on more chickens for poultry and egg consumption.  The project is expected to produce 50,000 – 60,000 live and frozen chickens per year, and 60,000 – 65,000 dozen eggs per year.  These quantities will satisfy the current demand within the country with fresh product, and eliminate the need for imported poultry products.

The Mongomo Farm is a 100% efficient (no waste) program, and organic farm that uses almost no chemical fertilizers.   Everything produced on the farm is sold into the market, and by-products, such as chicken waste are used for fertilizer. The chickens are fed with the lower grade (not for human consumption) grain that is grown at the farm. The water the chickens drink is pumped in from streams on the farm.

This project is a part of the Green Revolution that has been supported and invested in by the Government of Equatorial Guinea and soon the country will reach an unprecedented level of self-sufficiency in food production, using revenue from its oil sector, because of a bold approach to revamping driven by Minister of State, Minister of Agriculture and Forests H.E. Teodoro NGUEMA OBIANG MANGUE

The Green Revolution, and it is borne out of a three-step assessment of the E.G.’s Food, Agriculture and Economic challenges and opportunities. President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo outline the vision in 2007.