The story began in Mali, in 2011, in partnership with the country's cotton cooperatives. Seven years later, the operation is beginning to bear fruit. LArbre de vie, coton solidaire", a multi-year voluntary reforestation program to reintroduce an endangered species: Carapa Procera. This endemic tree produces a fruit from which an oil is extracted and transformed into a biopesticide that will enable the conversion of conventional cotton farming to organic farming.
Tomorrow, why not think about creating a Carapa oil supply chain from our plantations, with the social, economic and environmental benefits accruing to local populations, especially women's communities? A natural antiseptic, this oil is renowned for its medicinal and cosmetic virtues in Africa.