Foundation Objectives

 

  1. To promote women participation in biodiversity conservation by establishing environmental protection solutions in communities.
  2. Establish environmental solutions, and manage projects implemented to address sustainable development.
  3. Lead environmental education and awareness-raising campaigns, restore degraded lands, conserve pristine forests, protect the marine environment and equip thousands of people with sustainable livelihood skills.
  4. Create relationships with the government (Legislature, Executives & Judiciary) and private sector organizations, NGOs, Associations, Institutes, e.t.c for Environmental preservation, rehabilitation and sustainability.
  5. Sponsor research works on environmental conservation and sustainability by funding local NGOs, Schools, Institutions and projects.
  6. To promote economic fairness for poor households by expanding livelihood opportunities, promoting economic stability, job advancement and providing basic amenities for good life.
  7. Ensure human rights to good water, air and unpolluted land at the global, regional, national state and community levels.
  8. To liaise with the Niger Delta communities and representatives for a sustainable environmental management.

 

Awareness Campaign

Richflood Foundation is leading environmental education and awareness-raising campaigns, restore degraded lands, conserve pristine forests, and equip thousands of people with sustainable livelihood skills such as agroforestry.

Today the foundation focuses on environmental awareness raising and capacity building at the national, regional and international levels using high impact communications tools and training programs to build an environmentally conscious society motivated to maintain the integrity of nature.

 

International Summit on Environmental Impact Assessment

Hosted by the 7th House of Representatives, National Assembly, Abuja Nigeria, and Facilitated by Richflood International Ltd

Meeting with Top Management of ECOWAS Commission in Nig

International Summit on EIA in West Africa facilitated by Richflood

  • Improved better waste management advocacy

Shoreline Pollution

Recent studies show that degradation, particularly of shoreline areas, has accelerated dramatically in the past two decades as industrial discharge and runoff from farms and coastal cities has increased........ click here for full text

 

 

Oil spill management advocacy programs

 

 

In between light and heavy oils are many different kinds of medium oils, which will last for some amount of time in the environment and will have different degrees of toxicity. Ultimately, the effects of any oil depend on where it is spilled, where it goes, and what animals and plants, or people, it affects.