Recycled ebony ... an education system revisited.

Georges, a former Tanzanian teacher now works with salvaged pieces of ebony. For him, as for many other Africans, protecting the forest means slowing down the harmful effects of land degradation and biodiversity. To carve his wood, Georges likes to work in a traditional way with simple manufacturing tools such as a manual router.

Touched by the number of out-of-school children and committed to the development of "education for all", he has taken an important step since he started in business; a portion of the profits from its sales are used to provide scholarships to children.

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