Assises du Développement Durable de l'Océan Indien


What are the ADDOI ? 

The Indian Ocean Sustainable Development Assises of the private sector are a response to the commitment made by the 8 islands (Madagascar, Maldives, Union of Comoros, Mauritius, Seychelles, France (Reunion and Mayotte) and Zanzibar) to actively fight against global warming through concrete projects, targeted and involving transversally the 8 islands and also 3 privileged partner countries which are Morocco, the United Arab Emirates and India. 

Three themes have been selected:
  • Blue Economy 
  • The common strategy of carbon compensation 
  • The strategy on global warming 

The Assises will deliver 30 projects ad minima, i.e. 10 projects per theme with obvious synergies and combinations between projects. The ADD-OI are thus resolutely dedicated to concretize the commitment of the private sector in the achievement of the SDGs by 2030, through very pragmatic business projects and registered over the next 8 years.
"The Assises du Développement Durable de l'Océan Indien represent this new opportunity to transform our environmental issues into business and development opportunities for all stakeholders. 

It is in this perspective that we have engaged the Malagasy government in an active collaboration within the framework of this initiative, because it allows the private sector to align itself with the principles of sustainability of investments, which are now unavoidable. 

The ADD-OI is also this gateway to strengthening the historical links between our islands through the sharing of skills, technology transfers, the transversality of our projects and the strengthening of our diplomatic relations. "

I wish you all an excellent conference. 

H.E. Andry RAJOELINA President of the Republic
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