The fruitful partnership established with TotalEnergies, the project's financier, will benefit 7,000 direct beneficiaries, including fishermen, entrepreneurs, members of cooperatives and fishing associations, with contributions that promote participation and social cohesion; the production value chain, technical and organisational capacity to access new markets, preventive and curative health, environmental sustainability in the two regions where it will be present.

World Vision Angola and TotalEnergies Join Forces for Sustainable Development

In a step towards revitalizing Angola's North Coast, World Vision Angola and TotalEnergies, a global energy company, have joined forces to implement the North Coast Development Project – Nzeto and Ambriz. This transformative initiative financed by TotalEnergies, aims to empower 7,000 direct beneficiaries, including fishermen, entrepreneurs, cooperative members, and fishermen's associations, by fostering economic and educational growth in the region.

On November 7, representatives from both organizations convened to present and align expectations for the project, underscoring their shared commitment to uplifting communities and promoting sustainable development. The project's focus on participation and social cohesion, production value chain strengthening, technical and organizational capacity building, preventive and curative healthcare, and environmental sustainability promises to create a ripple effect of positive change in the region.

Executives highlighted previous projects with WVA

The executives responsible for validating the work plan highlighted the remarkable results achieved through previous collaborations between World Vision Angola and TotalEnergies. They reaffirmed their unwavering dedication to deepening their partnership, recognizing its potential to drive lasting impact.

"We are very excited about working with World Vision Angola and want to leave the door open for future opportunities", said Sébastien Ghis, Sustainability Manager at TotalEnergies.

7,000 beneficiaries will be reached with the project