Biovision Foundation
Biovision Foundation

Founding Year: 1998

Staff: 55

Budget: CHF 7.1m

Frank Eyhorn (CEO)

A charitable organization that works to combat hunger and poverty. It is committed to “the dissemination and application of ecological methods that sustainably improve living conditions in Africa whilst also conserving the environment.” Their current strategy aims to create a “world with enough food for all, produced by healthy people in a healthy environment” by convincing people to advocate for an agroecological transformation of the food system.






Biovision Foundation contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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