Sustainable Production in Africa

African economies are among the most heavily affected by the detrimental effects of climate change such as prolonged drought periods and flooding. Mitigation of climate change and adaptation to its impacts will be vital for the continent. Besides, conventional production patterns often involve environmental pollution and excessive resource consumption as well as social exploitation. Sustainable production methods are an effective means to prepare Africa's economies for these challenges.



Agro Industry &  Food Processing PVt. Ltd Company

Utilizing African Resources to Provide Unique Products


Nutrafrica is an innovative ag industry indigenous food delivery system designed to meet several criteria for sustainability goals in underdeveloped regions, including but not limited to:  diet stability and nutritional value, growth of indigenous food and grains via local farms and farmers, stimulation of the economy and women in business, environmentally sound processes and procedures, and maintaining the advancement of an evolving business model so that it is globally applicable and geographically versatile.


Nutrafrica achieves its milestones in these areas through strategic partnering, scientific and technological research and development, forecasting supply and demand, development of a dynamic marketplace that involves each stage of growth (“from farm to table”), and visionary approaches to relevant industry for compatibility such as in the areas of indigenous food resources.



Green Energy Strategy


A sustainable Green Energy Strategy is based on a detailed analysis of the available resources, infrastructure, the impact on the regional economic development as well as the legal and economic environment.


Enovo Belgrade Office:

t: +381 11 3956 800 f: +381 11 3956 888 c: +381 60 435 0007

a: Enovo Repc/o AC Corporate FinanceImotska 1SRB - 11000 Belgrade



enovo Bratislava Office:

t: +421 2 526 354 48 f: +421 2 529 654 87

a: Enovo s.r.o., Grösslingová 59,SK-81109 Bratislava





The SEKEM initiative was founded to realize the vision of sustainable human development.  Its mission is the development of the individual, society and environment through a holistic concept integrating economic, societal and cultural life.


Above all, SEKEM aspires to be an impulse for continuous development in all parts of life, to be not only a model for but also a contribution to the development of the entire world.


In 1977, Dr. Ibrahim Abouleish started the SEKEM initiative on an untouched part of the Egyptian desert (70 hectares) 60 km northeast of Cairo. Using biodynamic agricultural methods, desert land was revitalized and a striving agricultural business developed.  Over the years, SEKEM became the umbrella of a multifaceted agro-industrial group of companies and NGOs.  Today, SEKEM is regarded as a leading social business worldwide.


In 2003, the Schwab Foundation selected Dr. Abouleish as one of the world's outstanding Social Entrepreneurs. In the same year, SEKEM and Dr. Abouleish received the prestigious "Right Livelihood Award”, also known as the Alternative Nobel Prize. The awarding committee stated that "SEKEM demonstrates how a modern business model combines profitability and success in world markets with a humane and spiritual approach to people while maintaining respect for the environment."




ACI Pro Forest, a project oriented company with a task type culture and Romanian capital, was founded in 2007 with the desire to meet the most exigent demands of its customers in the forestry sector. The company is based on sound principles of governance in sustainable forest management, benefiting from the experience, professionalism and an outstanding academic background of its personnel in an international context. The company aims to add value to forest and human resources, focusing on capacity building, complying with the interests of all stakeholders in decision making, whilst showing continuous care for the environment.


Dipl. Eng. MScMF PhDc. Adrian Enache

General Manager








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