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Mamiam works on integrating mothers in precarious situations into the workforce through entrepreneurial coaching in the TechFood at home segment. It’s a “homemade food” catering company where women in precarious situations prepare the products. The company helps these women to obtain soletrader status then gives them extra cooking training + managerial training to strengthen their know-how and help them develop their company.
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Messibat is a construction company that works to promote the use of local materials such as clay, bamboo, wood, stone etc. The aim is to make quality, affordable and above all ecological constructions available to the sub-Saharan market. All buildings constructed by MessiBat have solar plant fibre roofs. In particular the company designs and builds bioclimatic dwellings in earth bricks, that it makes itself in its brick factory.
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SenVitale develops a health passport that clients can have with them permanently in the form of a QR code they can carry (cards, stickers, bracelets, pendants...). The product thus enables them to have all indispensable vital information with them in case of an emergency or medical routine. The company also provides an online appointment booking service and a digital health booklet.
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