Supporter of local development

The mere presence of a Club Med Resort on its territory automatically brings economic and social benefits to a region, in particular through local employment, know-how transfers, purchases,…

It is the Club’s aim to go further, and to strive to maximize and extend these benefits

Employ locally

75% of created jobs are local

The high number of created job is explained by the diversity of activities offered in a Club Med Resort.

Buy locally

On average, 91% of purchases (goods and materials) made by a Resort are bought to local suppliers.

If the local supplier might import a not-assessable part of his products, this average testifies Club Med’s will to work as much as possible with local partners, producers or distributors.

Help the LOCAL small-scale suppliers, with AgrisudlogoAgriSud

Discover female market gardeners in Casamance :

  • This partnership aims to support the TPE (as very small enterprises in French) to develop in a viable and sustainable way nearby Club Med sites. Thus Club Med became the first tourism partner of Agrisud
  • The projects embodied in Brazil, Senegal, Morocco, Tunisia and Indonesia related to agricultural activities present many advantages: reinforcing local purchase, agro-ecological practices, fresh and local quality products, consolidating the growers’ economic independence, reducing the carbon footprint, promoting human exchanges between producers and clients
  • Worldwide, 20 tons (2016) of agro-ecological products are purchased from local farmers thanks to the project
  • In Cap Skirring (Senegal), this partnership offered 24% of vegetable supplies for the Resort, in 2016
  • 200 small producers have been trained to agroecology and often worked their way out of poverty
  • More than 1000 indirect beneficiaries
  • 300 000 € of turn-over
  • 60 tonnes (cumulated since 2010) of agroecological products were delivered to Club Med by the supported farmers

Co-financing an agro-ecology  MANUAL

  • Co-funded with Agrisud, this tool targets families and co-operatives structures in Southern countries relocalization

DID YOU KNOW ?

In February 1960 an earthquake destroyed the city of Agadir killing 15,000 people. King Mohamed V was determined to rebuild the region quickly, and the Club responded by building its first Resort in more sustainable materials, contributing to the revival of the region’s tourist industry and economy.

World pioneer in tourism, firmly believing it must actively contribute to local development