Explore our Affiliates from Africa
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Namibian Organic Association (NOA), is a membership-based association of farmers, consumers and other organisations, with the aim of developing the Organic sector in Namibia. The Association has developed the Namibian Standards for Organic Production and introduced a Participatory Guarantee System to assess producers, which gives an organic guarantee to Namibian consumers.
NICERT Ltd is a Nigerian company working in partnership with Ecocert Group France (ECOCERT), a leading and globally reputed certification agency accredited to provide third party conformity assessment and certification services for agricultural products, services and persons under the Organic (EC, ISO, NOP & JAS regulations) in the Nigeria territory. We provide consultancy services in accordance with the said organic protocols, we also carry out Inspection and Audit part of the certification ...
Involved in organic agriculture since 1999, Njaka RAJAONARISON was among the initiator of the national organic movement named MADABIO since 2004. He is providing training, technical support and consulting services (value chain development, access to market informations, business linkages...) for producers, exporters and importers.
Madagascar is the fourth biggest island in the world and is renown because of its mega biodiversity. There is a lot of opportunities in or...
Capacity building funded by donors and dissemination of research finding via annual conferences. We have had 7 annual conferences in various universities located in different parts of the country. Our major source of income comes include annual members dues . On average, participants in each conference is 50 and that amount to about 50,000 naira (equivalent of about US$300). However, sale of annual proceeding is normally income to off-set LOC expenditure. The annual conferences take place Se...
Development of technologies for organic agriculture, dissemination of technologies, support of farmers organisations in production, certification issues and commercialisation.
PGS South Africa is a voluntary organization promoting and supporting the Principles of Organic Agriculture as defined by IFOAM, and serving as a network and support organization for the development of market access for farmers through the PGS system of organic assurance.
The network of agroecological initiatives in MOROCCO is a Moroccan national association whose purpose is to inform, link and connect, to meet, advocate, share, capitalize and pool on agroecology in Morocco. He has just developed a participatory guarantee system. It is trying to develop an observatory of agroecology in Morocco. It has organized regional forums for sustainable agriculture and national meetings for the agroecological transition between 2016 and 2018.
The SEKEM Group of Companies is a part of the SEKEM Initiative founded in 1977 by Dr. Ibrahim Abouleish to strengthen Sustainable Development in Egypt by producing, processing, and marketing Organic and Biodynamic foodstuff, textiles, and phyto-pharmaceuticals in Egypt, the Arab World, and on international markets. SEKEM has been widely praised as an “Egyptian organic pioneer” and has received the 2003 Right Livelihood Award (“Alternative Nobel Prize”) as a „Business Model for the 21th Centur...
SAOSO works to unite with farmers, producers, retailers and consumers of organic products so that collectively we can aim to successfully protect the future food freedom and natural ecology of South Africa. SAOSO's strategy is “Taking responsibility for food sovereignty and Sustainable Development through Organic Production and Agroecology Practices whilst reversing the adverse effects of climate change”.
Sustainable Agriculture Community Development Programme (SACDEP – Kenya) is a Kenyan NGO. The Organization was registered in 1993 under the Non-Governmental Organizations’ (NGO’s) coordination Act (1990). SACDEP has its headquarters located in Kiambu County in Thika Town about 40 kilometers North of Nairobi. The Organisation also has a training and conference center known as Agriculture and Development Training Centre (ADTC) in the head office.
AfrONet is the continental organization of organic actors in Africa established in 2012 to lead, unite, network and facilitate development of organic sectort through policy dialogue, capacity building, information and communication hub and facilitating organic value chain development and trade.
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...
Our company is a supplier as well as a manufacturer not only excellent quality VermiCompost in the industry but also we make customized for oriented VermiCompost and derivatives. Amended with bio fertilizers, it is largely utilized in organic agricultural industry for the intention of improving growth of huge variety of crops and plants. It is manufactured from bio-degradable organic wastes with assistance of acceptable processing methods under the guidance of dedicated professionals.
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...
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
Zakariyyah is the founder and the CEO of a Nigerian based company “Back to Nature Project” which specialize in climate change mitigation initiatives. He is the Co-founder and Director on Environmental affairs of a Kenyan based international Nonprofit organization “Youth for Sustainable Development” which promote SDG 4: Quality Education, SDG 13: Climate Action, SDG 15: Life on land, and SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong institutions.