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Empowering Communities

MAMF wants to facilitate a community of agricultural-based business cooperatives working resourcefully together, to create sustainable income and environmental stability.

MAMF’s model seeks to develop new ways of generating income for local women’s groups, including ethnic groups such as the Nomadic Fulani Women. The women trained in the MAMF Program take pride in their contribution to the cultivation of producing high-quality mushrooms, and the income it can generate for them and their families.  


Due to the influence of Mbeng Adio Mushroom Program, mushroom farming is becoming a stable source of sustainable income for women farmers in Cameroon. 

Sustainable Business

Financial Stability

The low investment and production cost in the Hub model allows for substantial profit margin. The mushroom cultivation has a short growth cycle. These short cycles allow farmers to regularly harvest mushrooms on a weekly basis all year around. Also, the cultivation process is not labor intensive. Farmers are able to maintain second jobs and normal social lives within their communities without disruption.

Economic Empowerment

Economic Growth

With MAMF Cooperatives, NGOs, and Association serve as surrogate institutions for empowering farmers to create sustainable income streams to improve members lives, achieve local economic growth, and continent-wide development.

Eco Friendly

Enviromental Sustainability

MAMF is an environmentally friendly agri-business that does not contribute to the degradation of the environment. All products and bi-products can be reused by local farmers. MAMF's farming model allows farmers to use their farm waste as fertilizers for horticulture farming


To make MAMF a major stakeholder in mushroom production worldwide.

MAMF’s vision; is to be the largest mushroom producer on the continent of Africa.


MAMF wants to produce the highest quality of mushroom in this region, among its competitors.


MAMF aims to have a presence in all local communities by creating economic impact

“at grassroots level, ONE woman! ONE farmer at a time!”

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