Access to Markets


of companies recognize a clear correlation between having a CSR strategy and competitiveness*


Positive Planet organizes inclusive value chains in order to help establish a strong and long-lasting relationship between small producers, be they artisans or farmers, and the market. Such responsible production channels aim to increase both the level of production and the added value of producers, whilst bringing long-term economic benefits to companies and institutions which support this initiative.

Our main Projects

Ghana. Allow access to shea markets for groups of women producers whist improving their working conditions. Project developed by Positive Planet


Shea value chain

•600,000 women are employed in precarious conditions in northern Ghana, for shea nut harvesting and shea butter processing.

India. Support to Kerala women producers in the spices value chain. Project developed by Positive Planet


Sustainable farming value chain

India is the biggest world producer, exporter and consumer of spices, offering a range of more than 50 different varieties.

Armenia. Program of creation of an inclusive value chain within the wine industry in the region of Tavush.


Agricultural Cooperatives

Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, the distribution of land in Armenia left hundreds of thousands of farmers unprepared and incapable of earning enough to support their families.

Burkina Faso. Increase the yields of fonio and access to markets by increasing producer revenues

Burkina Faso

Responsible value chain Fonio

Grain production (corn, millet, rice, fonio, etc.) represents 80% of agricultural land in Burkina Faso, covering 70% of domestic food requirements.

Myanmar. Formation to micro-entrepreneurship for farmers


Farming Cooperatives

Myanmar, the second largest country in Southeast Asia by size and population, is emerging from decades of isolation into a market economy.

Marin de Viry

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Marin de Viry