Morocco hosted today the Constitutive General Assembly of the Confederation of African Organizations for the Development of Poultry (CADA) during the 15th edition of the International Exhibition of Agriculture of Morocco in Meknes (SIAM 2023), placed under the High Patronage of King Mohammed VI.
This initiative was launched by the Interprofessional Federation of the Poultry Sector in Morocco (FISA) and chaired by the Minister of Agriculture, Maritime Fisheries, Rural Development and Water and Forests, Mohammed Sadiki, in the presence of many personalities and from 17 countries represented by their respective national poultry trade organizations, CADA said in a statement.
The creation of this African professional organization aims to establish an alliance between the founding African poultry associations of the Confederation and those who will join it later, underlines the CADA.
The Confederation thus intends to work to support the poultry sector of its member countries by exchanging experiences and cooperating to promote and develop modern and sustainable poultry farming in Africa. It also aims to promote poultry products and control their quality to meet the challenges of international competitiveness, underlines the same source.
CADA aims to defend the interests of African stakeholders in the poultry sector by implementing strategic programs. It also intends to support the establishment of interprofessional poultry organizations and will accompany them through training, awareness, information, communication and the strengthening of their professional and organizational capacities.
Thus, the Confederation of African Organizations for the Development of Poultry (CADA) will be based in Casablanca, Morocco, at the request of all its founding members.