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Active since 2003, Micro-Recyc Cooperation promotes social economy and international cooperation. It is based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Our mandate is to computerize educational establishments in developing countries and educate people in developed countries about the issue of e-waste. Our mission is empowering people through ICTs. 
  • To empower disadvantaged populations by facilitating the access, transfer and ownership of ICTs.

  • To enhance human capacity vis-a-vis ICTs (Information and Communication Technologies).

  •  We give a second life to used IT materials collected in developed countries to benefit educational institutions in developing countries.

  • We offer training opportunities in developing countries as well as in Montreal to young Quebecois. We also offer new immigrants the possibility of gaining work experience.

  • We educate people about e-waste

  •  Jean Étoulem Essoungou: Director General & Co-founder

  • Julienne Douki: Project Director & Co-founder

  • Anna-Gina Bazinet: In charge of Internships, Solidarity Journeys and Education and Outreach

  • Franck Billaud: In charge of Communications and Learning Centres in Cameroun and Haiti

Normand Parent: ICT technician

  • Philippe Nguene Nguene, President

  • Jocelyne Gadbois, Treasurer

  • Rosalie Hornik, Administrator

  • Rose Ngo Ndjel, Administrator

  • Sylvie Parent, Secretary

  • Hamza Lakrout, Administrator

  • David Nouvel, Administrator


In Canada:

  • Association québécoise des organismes de coopération internationale (AQOCI), Corporation de développement économique et communautaire (CDEC) du Centre-Nord, Caisse d'économie solidaire Desjardins, Conseil régional de l'environnement de Montréal (CRÉ-Montréal), Emploi Québec, Fondation familiale Trottier, Fondation François Bourgeois, Fondation internationale Roncalli, La fondation McLean, Microsoft Registered Refurbisher, Ministère des Relations Internationales du Québec, Ville de Montréal, Uquam (Université du Québec à Montréal)...

In Africa and Haiti:

  • l'Institution St Francois d'Assise de Grand Goave en Haiti, les clercs de St viateur, le centre de savoir du Manengouba, Zod Neere du Burkina Faso, Mairie du Niger

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