Green League Congo is a not-for-profit NGO whose mission is to safeguard ecosystems, fight global warming, and reduce the poverty of the indigenous population. More specific objectives are:
- Environmental protection and advocacy
- Protection and conservation of biodiversity
- Dissemination of the link between a healthy environment and human health
- Helping Indigenous Peoples claim their rights
Green League Congo has carried out some tangible actions like:
- The multiplication and distribution of agricultural seeds in Kasika;
- The revival of poultry industry in South Kivu in Kasika;
- Reforestation Burhinyi;
- Raising awareness on the protection of birds in the territory of Mwenga.
Jean-Pierre Kalume Wakenge
Tel: +243 941995627
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