Company History
The idea of going into rubber tree planting came into existence when the founder was on an official work related mission to Monrovia-Liberia.

To be the main driver of rubber tree planting in Togo and other African countries in order to promote natural rubber for sustainable environmental protection and development for all.

To venture into vast Rubber Tree Plantations across Africa. This will create jobs for current and future generations, reduce poverty and contribute to environmental protection.

Company History

The idea of going into rubber tree growing came from a group of young men and women in Togo. Their main objective was to come up with a profitable and lasting company which can assist young men and women to attain community’s economic and financial freedom for current and future generations.

The group came together and created Hévéa Africa Limited (HAL). The company’s motto is “Growing Rubber Trees for Natural Rubber; Sustainable Environmental Protection; Community Poverty Reduction and Development“.
HAL’s strategic plan is to extent rubber tree growing into various African countries, to assist African Young Men and Women to break the vicious and continuous circle of poverty prompted by unemployment in Africa. The company also grows other agricultural crops for consumption.

Hévéa Africa Limited Board of Directors are from various countries in Africa whose terms of reference is to carry out this noble mandate of the company across the continent. Process is currently underway to widen up the Board of Directors membership to allow enough geographical representation from other African countries.

HAL currently owns rubber tree plantation in Togo. Experiments are underway in some African countries to test the tree’s capacity to grow in specific geographical zones.

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