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Positive Planet International

Positive Planet International thrives to create sustainable development solutions for disadvantaged populations, in particular women and youth.

In 2016, more than 2.2 billion people lived under the poverty line ($2 USD/day). Complete eradication of poverty will only be possible if the principles of a positive economy are widespread and aimed at achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.”

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Mission en Sava auprès des producteurs de vanille

Une mission a été menée à Madagascar en octobre 2018 avec la participation de monsieur Michel Grisoni, chercheur en Vanille du Cirad, pour améliorer les techniques de production de la Vanille à Madagascar en terme de qualité et de quantité.

Le deuxième objectif de cette mission était de pouvoir capter des producteurs bénéficiaires des groupements d’épargne et de crédit communautaires de la région Sava, principale région productrice de vanille.

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Defining the business model of our social business in Lesotho!

This three year project, financed by the European Union, aims to develop a sustainable social business that will promote and distribute energy efficient and renewable energy (EERE) products for use in rural homes and by smallholder farmers in five districts of Lesotho.

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Positive Planet International is recruiting!

New job offer on September 20, 2018

Positive Planet International is looking for:

- A Project Coordinator for our program in Lebanon 

New job offers on September 6, 2018

Positive Planet International is looking for:

- An Administrative and Financial Officer for the West and Central African region (M/F)

- A Bilingual French/English Mission Officer (M/F)

- A Bilingual French/English Operations and Regional Development Officer (M/F)

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News from our Villages Positifs program

Positive Planet International contributes to the developpement of six Ivorian villages through access to energy. The project aims to electrify public buildings (including schools) and use them as a basis for financial education awareness and literacy programs.

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In Madagascar, the "Quartier Précaires" project is progressing well

Waste management is one of the main problems in the Antananarivo Urban Commune (AUC). Only 60% of the waste is collected by the Autonomous Maintenance Service of the city of Antananarivo i.e. between 1200 and 1500 tons per day.

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