Cooperatives in Côte d’Ivoire’s cocoa sector are increasingly well equipped to adapt to climate change. In collaboration with SOCODEVI, two new shade tree nurseries have been created—each with a capacity of 50,000 seedlings. The nurseries now offer a dozen species of forest and fruit trees.
As part of World Environment Day, SOCODEVI is proud to announce that nearly 20,000 trees will be planted in the coming months thanks to the participation of the Quebec Funeral Cooperatives Federation (FCFQ) in the Tree of Intercooperation program. These trees will compensate for the
SOCODEVI is returning to Morocco with a new five-year project that aims to improve the living conditions of at least 10,000 people in Berber communities. These populations, isolated between mountainous cedar forests and immense natural rosemary steppes, earn a living by exploiting agroforestry resources.