Kinomé’s mission is to make the tree a solution for human and economic development. Kinomé aims to improve the daily life of humans through nature and forests. Kinomé means “the eye of the tree” in Japanese.
Since 2005, Kinomé has supported public and private decision-makers – institutions, businesses and NGOs – in the creation and implementation of development strategies with high positive impacts for Man and Nature.
Agronomists, foresters, experts and social entrepreneurs, all human engineers, they work in co-creation with a wide network of experts and international partners.
Social enterprise responds to the major social and environmental issues of food security, health and environment through climate resilience programs and sustainable sectors such as cocoa or moringa.
Through research, consulting, project management and education activities, Kinomé has helped to improve the lives of 1.8M human beings and plant and protect 4.4M trees over the past 12 years in 30 countries.
Kinomé carried out with Oréade Brèche, for ATIBT, a study on shading cocoa in the Congo basin.