Explore our Affiliates from Africa
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tiipaalga works with farmer families and women in Burkina Faso and provides them with training and equipement, grants them microcredit loans and expertise.
-we work in 300 villages with 328 enlarged families and women’s groups
-More than 984 ha hectares of growing forests are protected in the long term
-More than 700 000 trees are sustainably protected
-Within the protected land 160 different species may be found, including some rare native trees
-Sustainable organic agr...
UNObio is an independent professional organization which brings together the different operators involved in the organic sector in Tunisia: producers, processors and traders. This organization was created in October 2019 and aims to contribute to the development of the organic sector in Tunisia and worldwide. Its vision is to offer quality products that protect the health of consumers, producers and environment.
WAD is the acronym of Weija Agricultural Development. The company started in the year 2000 with the aim of participating in the fight against poverty and continuous dependence of the rural poor in Ghana. The company export fresh and dried fruits produced by small scale farmers in Ghana. Products exported are pineapple, coconut, mango, papaya and coconuts. Wad's products are exported to Switzerland and Europe
“Back to Nature Project” specialize in climate change mitigation initiatives. We Specialize in Organic agricultural Training of youth and farmers. We promote SDG 1: No Poverty. SDG 2: Zero Hunger.
SDG 3: Good Health and Well-being. SDG 4: Quality Education, SDG 13: Climate Action, SDG 15: Life on land, and SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong institutions.
ZOPPA promotes organic agriculture as an alternative farming system that removes dependency on chemical and seed companies, improves people's health, balances the ecosystem while giving a livelihood even to the poor who cannot afford the chemicals. In an endeavour to promote organic agriculture ZOPPA does the following: 1. Lobby and advocate for a policy that supports organic agriculture in Zimbabwe; 2. Establish and monitor an agreed set of organic standards; 3. Facilitate market linkages fo...