Active in Madagascar since 1988, GRET contributes to development policies and promotes access to essential services through its multidisciplinary network of expertise and its local presence. With a participatory and innovative approach, GRET identifies levers that contribute to sustainable solutions to inequalities, such as the production and distribution of complementary foods and training in good nutrition practices.

GRET acts by involving public and private actors and civil society. The sustainability of its projects is systematically at the heart of its approach, for example by encouraging the emergence of new actors such as the Centre Technique Agro-écologique du Sud (CTAS) or the social enterprise Nutri’zaza.