Sandra Idossou is a Beninese environmental activist. She is a campaigner for environmental protection and the promotion of local crafts in Benin.

She is known for her commitment to fighting against the use of plastic bags through her campaign “#Sachet Héloué”. She is the president of the association “Engagement et Action Sociale”, and also the promoter of the gallery “Kouleurs d’Afrik”.

Sandra Idossou was made Knight of the National Order of Merit on Wednesday, January 24, 2024. This distinction, awarded by the French Ambassador to Benin, His Excellency Marc VIZY, recognizes her exceptional work and commitment to society.

Sandra, who speaks 7 languages, has trained people in more than 21 African countries and has traveled to more than 35 countries in Africa and around the world. She has demonstrated her leadership and ability to bring about change in the areas she is passionate about.

Her decoration is a testament to her significant contribution to the social and economic development of her country, Benin.

Sandra Idossou is also a dynamic and inspiring entrepreneur who firmly believes in the African potential. Her impressive career is a source of inspiration for many young entrepreneurs who see her as a model of success.

Her decoration as Knight of the National Order of Merit by France is a well-deserved recognition of her dedication to the fight for the protection of the planet and her considerable impact on the community.

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