Operationalising environmental and social requirements
In any development project, it is essential to understand the behaviour of local society and its complex interactions with the environment. By building on the unique strengths and benefits of each area, it is possible to minimise the negative impacts of projects and maximise the positive ones.
Taking account of socio-economic circumstances and social relations can improve living conditions and reduce disparity and inequality. Projects must be people-focused.
Groupe-Huit employs a tailored approach, adapting best practices to local circumstances, and reinventing recommended solutions and strategies.
Development of the procedure’s manual for the solid waste project
Jordan - North Africa and Middle East
Support for the institutional set-up of the "Youth in Diffa" project
Niamey - North Africa and Middle East
Development of a national strategy for integrated urban planning and management in Senegal
Senegal - Sub-Saharan Africa and Indian ocean
Feasibility study for the PADEVE development project in Madagascar
Fianarantsoa, Antsiranana et Toliara - Sub-Saharan Africa and Indian ocean