Rural women and young people are the main actors for Africa’s development through the eradication of poverty and malnutrition (SDGs #1 & #2). In Mali, they remain the poorest group with limited access to employment, economic and educational opportunities. Herou Alliance supports moringa producers, especially rural women and young people through technical advice and provision of quality seeds. These activities include programs for farmers’ training, capacity strengthening through cooperation and partnership agreements with national research centres and NGOs. An effective assistance to these marginalised populations provides a strong foundation to enhance their livelihoods, increase standards of living and combat poverty in all its forms .