Richfield Investment Services
Richfield Investor Services is a multi-faceted, multi-lingual business services provider assisting international companies seeking to establish themselves in Madagascar. The principals of Richfield have together over 30 years experience working in Madagascar.
Richfield principals have extensive experience working in the natural resources sector in both the private and public arenas and are able to assist mining and petroleum companies with their claims, licensing, permitting and transfer requirements.
Richfield is not solely concerned with resource companies and has successful relationships with Tourism, Construction, Infrastructure, Agriculture and Import-Export companies.
John W Ffooks & Co.
John W Ffooks & Co is one of Francophone Africa's leading international law firms specialising in advising inward investors to the region and provide unparalleled service and results. Managed by a bilingual UK qualified lawyer, and with over a dozen nationally and internationally trained assistants, John W Ffooks & Co are able to offer a depth and breadth of service which is unique in the Francophone African world.
Sogreah / Someah
SOMEAH (www.someah.mg), SOGREAH subsidiary, based in Madagascar since 1949, was founded in 1973, and is one of the oldest and largest consulting firms in Madagascar. It works in 22 regions of the country. Its multidisciplinary team provides technical assistance in the areas of natural resource management and engineering infrastructure of programs funded nationally (Ministry of Agriculture, JIRAMA, ONE, Ministry of Transport) or by international institutions (World Bank , European Union, African Development Bank, AFD, USAID). These last two years, 50% of SOMEAH customers are privately owned.
With over 150 references across the country, a team of 70 people and an annual turnover of 1 billion Ariary, SOMEAH performs investigations and studies in the areas of biodiversity conservation, energy, drinking water, the fight against flood, rural development, urban, industrial, rural and coastal environment, and port infrastructure. SOMEAH involved at all stages of the project cycle, from identification, feasibility study and environmental impact, in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
The Wildlife Conservation Society, founded in 1895, has the clear mission to save wildlife and wild places across the globe.
CIRAD works with developing countries to generate and pass on new knowledge, support agricultural development and fuel the debate on the main global issues concerning agriculture.