SEED Foundation

Getting involved for agricultural development in Africa

 

SEED Foundation

A group of firms to serve African farmers

 

SEED Foundation

To contribute to humanitarian projects

Who is SEED Foundation?

Supporting associative projects thanks to committed corporate sponsors

SEED Foundation pools together companies committed to supporting groups of African farmers.
Our goal: give our committed corporate sponsors the opportunity to achieve their societal engagement by supporting family-based agricultural initiatives.
Our mission: support agricultural and rural development in Africa so as to strengthen food security and living conditions for the more vulnerable populations.

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8
years in the field
23
agricultural projects supported
30
committed sponsors rallied against hunger in Africa
345000
invested to support selected projects

Agricultural projects selected and financed

To support family-based agriculture and ecological farming in Africa

Help women to acquire tomato processing techniques

Help women to acquire tomato processing techniques

BENIN

Gather in cooperatives the women transforming cassava into tapioca

Gather in cooperatives the women transforming cassava into tapioca

BENIN

Transmit through image proven agricultural practices: zai and compost

Transmit through image proven agricultural practices: zai and compost

BURKINA FASO

Produce and consume local in cities

Produce and consume local in cities

SENEGAL

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Our committed corporate sponsors

They collectively support selected projects in Africa

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Benoit elaborates on the impact of the project on his market gardening activity

Benoit elaborates on the impact of the project on his market gardening activity

02/2019

Justin explains how the project is an answer to climate change

Justin explains how the project is an answer to climate change

02/2019

Feedback on the project using bush plants as a natural fertilizers and pesticides

Feedback on the project using bush plants as a natural fertilizers and pesticides

CONGO BRAZZA

Project evolutions explained by beneficiaries

Project evolutions explained by beneficiaries

SENEGAL