"The main highlight is manpower because second-generation agriculture cannot be successful without a qualified manpower. The role of the Diaspora to boost this initiative will first of all be to bring all the knowledge we have acquired abroad and also to have a possibility of accessing land on which we can invest.
"One of the main points is also to have access to development reason why we are thinking that if we try to set up a cooperative for ourselves and try to bring the money from those who are abroad so as in the long run set up a bank, this will help not to always run after banks that do not sometimes understand our needs. We have to go step by step. With respect to machines, we do not have industries now in the country that will be able to produce machines.
"We have first of all to train people to understand what we are doing and what second-generation agriculture is all about. Secondly, we need the land and after we must have had the land, one of the main aspects would certainly be to use tools that are accessible. We will then try to hire machines and then venture into the assembling of machines and train people to accompany the whole process."