A company like Sodefor operates across several spheres, including the social sphere, which is one of the most important.

One of its objectives is sustainable development and improving the living conditions of the communities, while allowing the exercise of its usage rights within the framework of sustainable forestry resource management.

The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) fully endorses the international initiative for sustainable management of forest ecosystems and the fight against poverty through its legislation on the management of production forests.

Sodefor is a Congolese company which has been granted 15 forestry concessions. It encompasses 2 forest provinces within the Democratic Republic of the Congo:
– Mai Ndombe
– Tshopo

It has two processing sites, in Kinshasa and Nioki (Mai Ndombe province) respectively.
Sawing lines and plywood factories are part of the company’s core business. core-business de l’entreprise.

Sodefor employs around 1,500 people and directly supports 12,000 to 15,000 people, as well as indirectly supporting more than 60,000 people.

In each operational logging camp, workers are housed by the company with access to clean drinking water and electricity provided by Sodefor.

The company also covers the full cost of medical care for workers and their families.