Founded in 2005 and headquartered in Yaoundé, Cameroon, it brings together the national platforms of small agricultural producers from the ten member countries of ECCAS / CEMAC.
Harmonize the strategies and actions of national farmers' organizations in Central Africa in the design, implementation and evaluation of agricultural development policies so that their proposals can be taken into account in decisions aimed at sustainable improvement of living conditions rural populations is based on a strategy that is articulated in the structuring of farmers' organizations, capacity building of small producers and lobbying and advocacy for family farming and the rural world.
"an enterprising, modernized and sustainable family farming providing economic, social, cultural and ecological functions for food security and food sovereignty"
Support to the structuring of farmer organizations and agricultural producers, strategic planning and communication at local, national and regional levels
Institutional and strategic capacity building of farmers' organizations and agricultural producers in the development, implementation and evaluation of rural policies and programs
Promotion of women's leadership, agricultural vocational training of young people, their employment and minority self-employment.