Explore our Affiliates from Mauritius
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Earth Markets Mauritius (EMM) is a community driven company delivering a demand and supply led program of regulated produce with a primary focus on small and medium enterprise development; integrated value chain development and socio-economic development.
EMM gives visibility to regulated producers engaging on EMM standards to access EMM regulated markets to sell directly to responsible consumers.
For capacity building, EMM has signed an agreement with Biodiversity Preservation (BP) ,...
Falcon Citizen League (FCL) is involved in encouraging farmers to become organic producers. FCL has an organic market in Mauritius. it has a Bio-organic cooperatives society. FCL produce and market his own natural soil enricher / herbal insecticide. FCL is engaging in providing training in Natural farming. FCL is providing Rodrigues Island techniques to become an organic island.
Farmcity Centre for Agriculture Research and Entrepreneurship (CARE) is a social enterprise that uses agriculture to nourish brains and bellies. We aim to increase access to nutritious vegetables for everybody in 2 ways:
We feed - All of the crops that is produced on Farmcity's Learning Farm is sold directly to consumers, at cost price, so that it remains affordable for everybody.
We educate - It is only through education that we can truly effect transformational and lasting change in our f...
Fondation Ressources et Nature (FORENA) is a Mauritian Based NGO providing expertise and fundraising facilities to other NGOs and institutions involved in sustainable development. It acts as a platform providing expertise and information sharing in implementation of organic farming to smallholder farmers and NGOs supporting unemployed women, disabled people, school dropouts and street children. FORENA is the first EU regulations certified grower for organic fruits and vegetables in Mauritius.
The Company Vert Deux Mains is established to promote organic farming, healthy lifestyle and balanced nutrition for charitable purposes, and include the following activities:
1) education and training of agricultural producers who wish to have their products certified as ‘organic’ under a participatory guarantee system;
2) organization of conferences, farmers’ markets and other events to promote organic agriculture and healthy eating; and
3) sensitization campaigns to promote healthy lifes...