KHana Monkey announces its collaboration with the Center for the Management of Biodiversity and Support for the Revival of Agroforestry (CEBIRAF) in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Phnom Penh. Cambodia. December 16, 2020. KHana Monkey announces its collaboration with the Center for the Management of Biodiversity and Support for the Revival of Agroforestry (CEBIRAF) in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Athanase Makaya, an engineer and the coordinator of this company based in Kinshasa, is an expert in the cultivation of African plants for medical use. He will join Khana Money (Cambodia) and KhanaMed (Thailand) as an expert and has agreed to share his knowledge, skills and know-how.

This collaboration will promote the rapprochement of Asian and African companies, particularly in the DRC and RCA, engaged in the cultivation of medicinal plants and the manufacture of by-products derived from them.

He will collaborate with medical teams engaged in the use of cannabis for medical use, more generally cannabinoids that promote homeostasis at all levels of biological life, from the subcellular level to that of the organism.

With these teams, he will also collaborate in the study of pharmacopoeia treatments resulting from traditional practices and nature, in Asia and Africa, of which it is essential to establish the efficacy and harmlessness through rigorous clinical trials. .

He will collaborate on the publication of press articles on the use of medical cannabis and continental pharmacopoeias.

CEBIRAF will be associated with partner networks and platforms that sell by-products from cannabis cultivation and pharmacopoeias.

KHana Monkey is delighted that this high-level expert brings his skills to Asian companies.