Sustainable Vanilla for People and Nature
Cooperative Development Organisation
Period of Implementation
Bilateral Aid: USAID
Type of Activity
Mafatoky-Sustainable Vanilla for People and Nature (SVPN), a three-year, $3 million activity co-financed by USAID and McCormick, is part of USAID’s Conservation and Communities Project (CCP) in Madagascar. The SVPN activity is designed to conserve biodiversity, avoid deforestation and improve farmers’ livelihoods through sustainable vanilla production in the Sava and Analanjirofo regions of Madagascar. By increasing the production of high-quality, certified vanilla, improving the resilience of farmers and their families, and strengthening cooperative businesses, SVPN will reduce threats to biodiversity, improve natural resource management, reduce GHG emissions, and improve the wellbeing of farmers and their families.
Mafatoky is designed to conserve biodiversity, avoid deforestation and improve farmers’ livelihoods through sustainable vanilla production in Madagascar.
Impact on SDGs