Sustainable Development

At the heart of what we do  

Our Approach

Sustainability can be defined as the development of activities with a balance between the environmental, economic, and socio-cultural aspects.

The scale of our projects puts us at an arm’s length from the sensitive issue of sustainability. As an organization, we consciously choose to work in harmony with the local population and the environment. Sustainability is a key aspect of all our projects.

We cultivate cohesive designs that make room for the ecosystem and respect the livelihoods of our neighbours. 

Our goal is to create value for all of our stakeholders in a manner that is responsible, transparent and respects the rights of all.



We are strongly committed to ensuring the best governance, social and sustainable practices around vanilla cultivation in the SAVA region. We participate in projects in collaboration with key international business and institutional partners, in the domain of environment, sustainability, social development, agronomic training and know-how transfer, security and education.


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Aligned with the United Nations 
Sustainability Development Goals

Agri Resources Group contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the UN for 2015-2030 by effectively managing our land and sharing best practices with local communities, investing in social projects aiming to close the poverty gap and environmental projects for the preservation of biodiversity.

Inside Madagascar, is a Malagasy Association which brings together more than 900 producers from 07 Rural Communes in the District of Antalaha.

Since 2017 and jointly with Agri Resources Madagascar, Inside Madagascar has implemented various sustainable development projects in partnership with our clients, NGOs, humanitarian associations, public services and the Agricultural Research Center (FOFIFA). Our main project is to develop and implement a certification system ensuring the quality and tractability of vanilla

To achieve our goals, Inside Madagascar has implemented programs with economic, social, and environmental components. These programs have been developed according to the results of studies and surveys carried out in the Community and include actions such as creating water supply, construction of the sanitary box, provision of school kits and more.

Inside Madagascar works according to the principles of fair trade, ensuring fair pay for the producers and the promotion of social development in the Community.