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Fanta Cire Diop

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Founder, Sunu Reen


Fanta Cire Diop is the founder of Sunu Reen, a social enterprise that promotes organic fabrics and local handicrafts. Fanta is currently working on a project to recycle organic fibers, including cocoa fibers, to create organic cloth for fashion, promoting the integration of circularity into the African fashion sector while creating jobs in rural communities. Fanta is committed to improving waste management and creating long-term solutions that benefit businesses, the environment, and communities.

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