French Polynesia is now eligible for the Mouv’Outremer program, which offers people with sustainable development projects to train them in setting up a file but also to support them in carrying out their project. Applications are open until October 10. 20 Polynesians will be chosen for this innovative and free program implemented by the French Development Agency.

Combining theory and practice to help overseas people with sustainable development projects, this is what the Ministry of Overseas Territories and the French Development Agency (AFD) are proposing with Mouv’Outremer. This program, launched three years ago, is now open to communities in the South Pacific, after those in the Antilles-Guyana and the Indian Ocean. Twenty Polynesian projects will thus be able to see the light of day, whether they are carried out by individuals, companies, associations or municipalities. It is about pursuing the objectives defined by the Blue Book of the Overseas Territories such as “trajectory 5.0”: “0 vulnerability, 0 waste, 0 exclusion, 0 pollutants, 0 carbon. “

Having a good idea is good, but building a case can be learned. This is why Mouv’Outremer has created a partnership with the Make Sense association created in France 10 years ago by Polynesian Christian Vanizette, a social project incubator, and with Kedge Business School. At the end of a free 4-month training course from October 28, 2021 to April 8, 2022 – 3 e-learning phases representing 3 hours per week, punctuated by 2 face-to-face seminars in November 2021 and February-March 2022, participants will obtain a certificate from the general management program, a professional qualification at level 6 (equivalent to Bac 3) issued by Kedge Business School. They must commit to participating in face-to-face seminars, which will take place in Tahiti and to being, over time, active members of the community thus formed to share what they have learned and achieved. AFD will be present throughout the training and implementation of projects, whether technically or financially with zero-interest loans.

To apply, you must go to the Mouv’Outremer website and submit a cover letter, as well as the presentation of your project. No matter how mature the project is: it may be sparkling in the mind of the candidate, it may also be already in an incubator, or even finalized but lacking funding to grow. The site shows a few examples of projects started seriously at Mouv’Outremer, very varied but with one constant: eco-responsibility. To better prepare, two “webinars” are planned: August 31 at 7 p.m. and September 30 at 7 p.m. (registration details on the site).

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