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Newsfeed Updates: Welcome to EFI online.>>>>in top gear>>>>>>National Climate Change Summit>>>>Our Ongoing and most recent projects executed>>>>> In a strategic-partnership with the NYSC working to establish Climate change clubs in Nigerian Secondary Schools *December 2018, in partnership with Climate Reality Project hosted a global campaign tagged “24 Hours of Reality” (Protect our Planet, Protect ourselves), together, we reached an incredible 800 million households on television in more than 180 countries, drawing about 42 million views online the seventh annual broadcast of 24 Hours on the urgency to Protect the planet and Ourselves! * Novermber 2018, strengthening discussions on preventing and combating corruption (AUCPCC) lead by CISLAC * August 2018, Health Policy- Task Sharing, Task Shifting (TSTS)- EFI in partnership with other CSOs Make Case for TSTS Implementation in Rivers State * May 2018-Open Letter to the African Development Bank in collaboration with our partners..to help phase-out finance to coal-fired power plants in Africa * March 2018, EFI in parnership with CIPA, NESREA, RIWAMA along other stakeholders in Port Harcourt implemented a Clean Environment Sensitization Exercise; EFI delivered the vote of thanks explaining that "Poor disposal of waste deface our environment, blocks our drains and contribute to spread diseases..we must all do our fair share in making Port Harcourt a truly garden..."

About EFI


The idea to establish Environmental Friendly Initiative (EFI) and eventual incorporation in 2011 as non-profit and non-governmental organization was nurtured at the 4th Annual Conference of Nigerian Senate on Environment in 2006. We started off with two key important approaches: Firstly to understand things as they are and why. Secondly, contribute to improving it. The intention is to reset the solution approach to environmental problems using the tools of research, education and advocacy.

Evidence show that it took hard work to convince the global community during the SDG negotiations to accept climate change as a stand-alone goal. Having become a crosscutting concern, fundamental in shaping economies and politics. The arrival of 2030 Agenda (Sustainable Development Goals particularly Goal 13) and Paris Agreement frameworks anchored on three strands of people, planet and prosperity has made our activities a lot easier. As a result, EFI activities in the last 3 years have focused on climate action solutions with increasing understanding that while adaptation should be emphasized in the south and mitigation north


We are a diverse group of passionate individuals who have come together to solve problem. EFI activities since 3 years now have focused on climate change solutions. In 2016, we organized a Secondary School Competition titled “Climate Change an emerged reality in our biodiversity: the Role of the Nigerian Youth”. In 2017, we became part of African “Zero emission” coalition campaign engaging with African Development Bank on clean energy investment. In 2018, EFI was an official partner of “24 Hours of Reality” a global campaign lead by Climate Reality Project founded by Algore, former US Vice-president; together, we reached an incredible 800 million households on television in more than 180 countries, drawing about 42 million views online. In 2018, EFI became a member of the African coalition on ‘Zero Emission’ engaging with African Development Bank (AfDB).

Our Structure:

In anticipation of a local, regional and global expansion, EFI has set pattern of organization and operations that will ensure harmonious cooperation among the diverse members. The BoT is the Apex structure, followed by Regional Directors, State and Local Directors that manages a sizable working team. The Executive Director collates various activities to the BoT for assessment and directives. EFI has a technical Advisory committee ensuring values and principles are aligned to mandate and vision.

Our core Values and Principles are:
Accountability; Resilience and Teamwork (ART)

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Setting up Climate change Clubs in Secondary Schools across Nigeria.

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