March's Forum Lab

THURSDAY, 25 MARCH 2021 - 4.30-5.30 P.M. (CET)

Innovative forms of resilience against consequences of environmental challenges using sustainable development are emerging in several countries of the Global South. These initiatives are promoting values to preserve the environment while empowering their communities. March’s Forum lab will gather grassroot initiatives from Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo and Indonesia among other countries to assess the strengths and opportunities that their specific situation offers when dealing with climate change.

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Libe Green Innovation

Libe Green Innovation is dedicated to the development of sustainable solution to plastic pollution that hit Tanzania the hardest and empowerment of disadvantaged group’s especially rural and tribal families, through grassroots action, research, and education. OUR GOAL To archive zero waste by 2030.

 https://libegreeninnovation.mystrikingly.com/

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CAMFED (Campaign for Female Education)

CAMFED - the Campaign for Female Education - is an international NGO founded in 1993 (CAMFED UK Charitable Reg. 1029161). They have supported over 4.1 million children to go to school and developed a unique, democratic network of 157,000 young, educated African women – the CAMFED Association. CAMFED’s model is centred on a gold-standard system of accountability to the young people we serve. We work in Ghana, Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. CAMFED Association “Agriculture Guides” are young women from disadvantaged backgrounds. They are based in rural African communities and have received support to complete their education and become skilled in climate-smart agriculture.

 https://camfed.org/

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LINAPYCO

LINAPYCO is a platform of networks and associations created by and for indigenous pygmy peoples of DR Congo. LINAPYCO's mission is to support the improvement of the living conditions of indigenous pygmies and encourage the Congolese state to set up a national policy for indigenous peoples relating to the development and management of natural resources.

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WRI Indonesia

WRI Indonesia is an independent research organization dedicated to contributing to the socioeconomic development of Indonesia in an inclusive and sustainable way. Their work is focused on six main areas: forests, climate, energy, cities and transportation, governance, as well as ocean.

 https://wri-indonesia.org/

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