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Earthplus Africa

Caring for the Earth is not a hippie thing, it’s a survival thing.

At Earthplus, we're all about sustainable development and a healthy environment.

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Who are we?

OUR VISION is to see a world where human beings are as concerned about the environment as they are concerned about their survival. We want to raise awareness through networking, advocacy, research, hands-on projects, public policy, and institutional engagement. Our focus is on the younger generation, with an especial bias for Africa..

Our Strategy

• We use creative means and methods to create awareness about and involvement with issues of climate change.
• Our focus group is children and young people who make up the greater population of Africa and have huge impact on the rest of society.
• We work with communities at the grassroots to engage them for community-crafted and fit-for-purpose solutions.

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Meet the Team

In our three years of work, we have directly reached at least 7,000 people, including teachers, students and young people and indirectly at least 15, 000 people.

Caleb Adebayo

Caleb Adebayo is a lawyer called to the Nigerian Bar. He is the founder of Earthplus. Caleb is passionate about the environment, climate change, renewable energy, waste management, development financing, peacebuilding and environmental justice and policy. He is also a spoken word poet and uses spoken word poetry to pass across these messages too.

Victor Ojeah

Victor is an associate with the leading law firm of Banwo & Ighodalo where he bestrides the corporate, commercial and regulatory compliance practice areas of the firm. He is keen on global legal issues and has a fine understanding of the operation of international law and policies. He is an alumni of the Model ECOWAS Community; a simulation of the plenary and parliamentary sessions of the Ecowas, where he participated as a delegate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and was recognized as runner up best delegate for his outstanding contributions and conduct during the Summit. He was also a Scholar of the African Center on Legal Ethics and International Criminal Justice, 2018. He is a freelance writer on the Fiverr platform and an online volunteer with the United Nations. When Victor is not working or volunteering, he is writing poems or reading or learning a new language.

Oghenechovwen Oghenekevwe

Oghenechovwen Oghenekevwe is Research Assistant at Earthplus Africa. For 4 years, he has worked within the environment and development space, including with Future Earth (Ocean KAN), The Economist Intelligence Unit, The Green Institute, Care About Climate, The Ocean Project, and UN MGCY. .

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Phone: +2348117894029

Email: earthplus@gmail.com