Commitments to action

Global Environmental and Climate Conservation Initiative GECCI Nigerian

GECCI

Global Environmental and Climate Conservation Initiative(Global ECCI) is an independent Global campaign organization that aims to be a global leader in environment and climate conservation with a view to ensuring a healthy environment and ecosystem balance for Sustainable development.

It’s activities and presence spanned over 90 countries around the world with over 22,000 teams campaigning for sustainable agriculture, biodiversity protection, and encouraging socially responsible farming.

The Global ECCI is already in partnership with more than 100 Governmental and None Governmental organization across the globe including the international Human Rights Commission and the Federal Ministry if Environment Nigeria.

Constituency

Youth

Action Area(s)

Nourish All People

Location

Global

Key contact

Good Nutrition for all
[email protected]

Keywords

Environmental and climate conservation
Healthy Environment
Food for all
Natural conservation

Downloads

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