CHANGE INNOVATION TRANSFORMATION
Chaint Afrique is a unique one-stop shop for innovation and creativity that matters. We help communities and organisations integrate circularity into their business operations, ensuring that they focus on material issues to innovate and achieve maximum returns from their sustainability investments.
Our Role in the Circular Economy
Role of Governments & Institutions
How can Governments & Institutions help create the right conditions for the circular economy to thrive? Governments can set in place regulations where appropriate, and be active drivers of innovation and investment in the circular economy. Institutions also need to set the right framework that delivers progressive change throughout the value chain.
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Chaint Afrique works with governments and institutions with the aim of supporting the creation of sustainable policies and accelerating the transition towards the circular economy.
Whether it's for a Sustainability Strategy, an ESG Framework, a Waste Management Plan or Carbon Footprint we are always developing new ways to create value for corporates. Be it multi-national or local firms. We tailor our STRATEGIC SUSTAINABILITY SERVICES FRAMEWORK (C3SF) according to their operations ensuring that our recommendations and findings are unique and material to their operations. We also link up industry to eco-centric consumers who are seeking sustainable choices via our in-app ecoStore which lists carefully vetted sustainable products
By applying the principles of the circular economy, Chaint Afrique is ushering in the Sustainable Plastics initiative to re-think and re-design the future of plastics in Africa.
We deploy our digital platform for the circular economy EcoRewards to assist households in understanding best practice in the circular economy. We provide strategic advocacy that helps them understand optimal ways of segregating their waste, we provide new insight on re-using waste, avoiding waste and eliminating waste via digital learning on our app. We reward them for responsible citizenship for making sustainable choices towards meeting SDG12. We link our users to an array of sustainable products in our ecoStore in line with on vision to make sustainable lifestyles accessible, affordable, aspirational and available to all
Make fashion circular
New circular plastics economy
Adaptive circular systems for SDGs
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Enabling Circular Innovation in Businesses
Sustainable African Communities
Our flagship initiatives
Our flagship digital platform EcoRewards Africa is designed to be agile and compatible for use with a diverse ecosystem of actors to strategically increase penetration. The App can be used by households, communities, corporates, large corporate waste service providers, small informal wastepickers, big corporates and SMEs to satisfy their specific imperatives especially related to linking up to circular users and service
An inclusive sanitation & circular economy project to provide recycled soap bars to the needy. As an initiative, Happy Hands aims to recycle 24,000 bars of soap discarded by hotels across Ghana to provide to those who need soap by end of 2020
Every year, tonnes of abandoned fishing nets pile up on beaches of Ghana, create a navigational hazard for boats, and damage to the fragile ecosystem in the ocean floor. Chaint Afrique is on a mission to reduce these harmful effects by systematically collecting and recycling fishing nets in Ghana.
The philanthropic social investment arm of Chaint Afrique set up to promote circular economy thinking. The Academy is a non-for profit entity that focuses on inclusive approaches to innovation in the context of the circular economy.
Facts in numbers
There is an urgent need to refocus our growth and development trajectory towards initiatives that will accelerate profitable and equitable growth while galvanizing local actions and develop hacks that encourage local innovation. Key to this green trajectory is sustainable consumption and production practices which drives the economy.
As at 2013; The consumer goods industry accounted for 75 percent of global solid waste. The sector takes in approximately USD 3 trillion worth of materials.
Projecting to 2050; about 60 percent of plastics demand could be covered by production based on used plastics.