The Invescorp Renaturation Division

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The annual cost of land degradation in Guinea is estimated at 512 million United States Dollars (USD). This is equal to 12% of the country’s Gross Domestic Product. Land degradation leads to reduction in the provision of ecosystem services that takes different forms – deterioration in food availability, soil fertility, carbon sequestration capacity, wood production, groundwater recharge, etc. – with significant social and economic costs to the country. Guinea’s concern is the low level of fertility of arable land, which puts them at odds in terms of food security.

Also the extreme poverty of most rural communities in Guinea puts pressures on natural resources and drought vulnerabilities. In Guinea, 1.6 million people were living on degrading agricultural land already in 2010 – an increase of 25% in a decade, bringing the share of rural residents who inhabit degraded agricultural land up to 22% of the total rural population.
(Source: United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification)

Things have not become better since then …

Land degradation can severely influence populations’ livelihood by restricting people from vital ecosystem services (including food and water), increasing the risk of poverty.

Facing these challenges Invescorp as part of the Guinean economy and community has decided to take counter measures to make Guinea a thriving nation:

Our Focus

economy & ecology
Economy & Ecology

Meaningful and future oriented economic growth and projects, resulting in ecological thriving and stability.

people & country
People & Country

Humanitarian Development objected to positive social and societal impact, elevating life quality and conditions.

We take action

It’s time to act – so we act. 

Accessing a strong international network of specialized experts and cooperation partners, we transfer knowledge and technologies to solve the current challenges the practical way. 

Our Vision

Synergies for development are created through the interconnection of researchers, scientists, business administration and society.
At the edge of climate change, we face problems with food and water resources, hygienic problems, caused by growing populations, as well as social tensions out of religious and cultural misunderstandings, economic imbalance and struggle.
Despite of the enormous scientific and social advances in western societies, most of the world`s population is still suffering poor conditions. As human work becomes more and more specialized and numerous jobs will be replaced by automats or artificial intelligence, the social gap between the uneducated, poorer parts and sophisticated, wealthy parts of societies will spread even more. This will affect worldwide cultures as well as developing regions, which suffer in addition from the absence of basic supply, lack of organizational structures and which are also confronted with climatic and resource-related problems. Intensification of land use, driven by broadcasting of the “Green” economy is even worsening the problems as it actively disregards the main cause of today’s pressure on usable agricultural land: previous overuse and actual ecosystem-degrading, non-sustainable, monoculture or resource exploiting use practice.
To overcome the barriers, which such a multiplicity of challenges requires, a top-down approach would only mislead to come again into the next round of societal struggling. As resolutions for most of them are already developed, but lack of application, progress can merely perform in the fields of understanding, learning, self-empowerment and awareness.
Knowledge and technology transfer, providing sustainable, practical and cheap solutions is necessary, but finds it’s limitation within cultural, social, religious, economic and (geo-) political obstructions. 
The challenge of integrating awareness for common action into business, political and personal affairs can only be faced from an attitude, as well impending from ”inside”, changing knowledge, mind- and action schemes, as being driven by economic profits to refinance and reason the efforts of the alteration process for economic players.
Again, many answers for mitigation of change follow sustainable production of food, housing and energy, clean water technology and hygienic problems have already been found, still missing is consciousness: the willingness and awareness to implement and to spread knowledge in a way it can be accepted and applied. A change of perspective onto an integrated, accepting, sharing, planetary point of view is also required, as difficulties affect more and more globally.
Invescorp and its partners will help to face these severe challenges by incorporating a broader way of sight into societies, implementing an economically and socially self-running process of positive change. In close cooperation and under the supervision of the Guinean government, the Invescorp Renaturing Division connects the nation of Guinea with internationally renowned and experienced experts for current tasks to be solved.
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