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Mission in the cradle of mankind: Ethiopia

May be Lucy, our ancestor,  consumed spirulina! Who knows … But it was 3.2 million years ago! Diane de Jouvencel and Arnault de Torquat, our new volunteer, returned from an exploratory mission in Ethiopia. This mission was made following the request of the Ethiopian Ministry of Agriculture. The goal is to collect our opinions and

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A new volunteer mission in Ethiopia

Arnault de Torquat joined the team of Antenna earlier this year to study the feasibility of a project in Ethiopia following a request from the Ministry of Agriculture of Ethiopia. Arnault graduated from Sciences Po Paris and Higher Studies in Public Law from the University of Paris Panthéon-Assas. He made his business career as a

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Spirulina distribution to end malnutrition

Objective No. 2 of Sustainable Development Goals, adopted in September 2015, aims to put an end to hunger and malnutrition in all its forms by 2030, by ensuring that all people – especially children and most vulnerable – have access to adequate food in quantity and quality, throughout the year. For Association, NGO, a structure

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Antenna invests in order to sell spirulina better

We were looking for a better economic base through effective commercial distribution to sustain our solidarity spirulina farms. It was important for ATF to allow the funding of solidarity percentage (30%) intended to supplement the food of poor people. especially children are affected by chronic malnutrition leading to stunting and disorders, emaciation and high mortality.

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When Charlie Hebdo speaks with Denis von der Weid

Charlie Hebdo on January 27 published an interview on a full page with Denis von der Weid, the founder of the Antenna Foundation  whose Antenna Technologies France depends. Interview that focuses on extreme poverty as a questioning “why the poorest people do not have the right to appropriate research to their needs” … Essential question

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Happy New Year

All the team of Antenna wish you a very Merry Christmas and beautiful end of year celebrations. We want to take this opportunity to thank you for your loyalty, your interest for our actions and especially for your generosity, without which we would not have been able to achieve all our beautiful projects. The year

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5th Pan-African symposium on spirulina

This year is the Benin which hosts the 5th Pan-African symposium on spirulina. The symposium, held from this Monday, 5 October in Cotonou, will focus on the theme “Quality Spirulina: community ownership for sustainable socio economic development.”Different topics will be discussed:1- Production techniques (endogenous craft cultures, problems of profitability and humanitarian, quality issues and the

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Meeting with spiruliniers of France

After our busy day on Thursday, our exchanges continued in the Drôme Provençale, at Cedric and Laurence Coquet farm, spirulina producers for 10 years. Diane, Jean-Patrice Vincent, Tona (our Togolese partner) and Jean-Denis (our partner CAR) took the TGV Friday towards Orange, a first for our African friends! And we were joined by several producers

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Antenna makes its Fall seminar!

Thursday, September 17 at the Maison des Associations Paris 16,  Antenna Technologies France welcomes partners from the South and North to exchange a large rambling around spirulina but also around the Artemesia Annua and Afra. Diane de Jouvencel, mistress of ceremonies,  had concocted a wonderful program! Diane thank you … Our guests from the South:

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Uganda, Antenna next spirulina project ?

Early 2015, we carried out an exploratory mission. Further to the findings it has been decided to continue the examination of the dossier with the support of Anne-Gaelle and Olivier Beucher based in Uganda (respectively engineer in food process and environmentalist consultant in developing countries). They both are deeply convinced that spirulina is one of

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