Under the auspices of La Mé Regional Council, the school group GSMA-Inprat (private Institute for Tropical Agriculture), has signed an agreement with the German-Ivorian network of sustainable agriculture (Rgiad). It was yesterday at the headquarters of the Association Council based in Adzopé. This signature is to popularize beekeeping voiriens by training young people in the area. GSMA-Inprat is this private institution to pilot this project. Ranked among the Ivorian academic elite, school group aims “to contribute to the training of young Ivorians in the manufacture of hives and other tools related to the cultivation of honey,” said Yapo Christmas, said group managing director. According to him, after training, these young people can settle on their own account. Through this initiative, the Minister Patrick Achi, Chairman of the Regional Council of La Mé, intends to make Cote d’Ivoire the first pole of producing quality honey. For Patrick Achi, the GSMA-Inprat group allows repositioning of Côte d’Ivoire in terms of export quality honey. This partnership agreement takes into account other projects including the installation of school energy.