Helping to build sustainable food systems and policies
Urban sprawl, socio-spatial inequalities and environmental degradation are often associated with unsustainable production and consumption models.
Nascent decentralisation processes, high real estate pressure and household poverty highlight the need for a cross-cutting approach to meet the challenges of food safety, economic development, environmental protection and urban resilience.
Groupe Huit takes a holistic view to the food issue and integrates expertise on farming and supply chains, as well as market facility development or rehabilitation, into its city development approach.
Strengthening of the technical and financial capacities of the Commune of Bobo-Dioulasso in the framework of the realisation of structuring market equipment projects
Bobo-Dioulasso - Sub-Saharan Africa and Indian ocean
Feasibility study of a food supply project for the city of Niamey
Niamey - North Africa and Middle East
Comparative study of food distribution systems in Mediterranean and sub-Saharan African countries
Rabat, Niamey, Abidjan - North Africa and Middle East
Construction of semi-wholesale market infrastructure in the Maradi region