About GreenLife

GREENLIFE West Africa is a regional development NGO legally registered and working in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Ghana. Our preferred range of activities includes High Value Forest Conservation, Restoration of Degraded Landscapes, Climate Smart Agriculture, Rural Livelihood Improvement, and Communications for Development. To deliver high quality products, GREENLIFE first relies on a core cadre of development professionals, then on its network across West and Central Africa. Thus, GREENLIFE also serves as a networking platform for professionals from West African countries in particular and beyond to share lessons learned in Forestry, Agriculture, Development, and Health to better tackle diverse food insecurity and environmental problems.

Our vision is to have a West Africa region with protected and restored natural habitats where streams, rivers and the Atlantic Ocean are clean, ensuring healthy living conditions and improved livelihood.

Our mission is through global and community partnerships, we facilitate access to knowledge and resources necessary for improved quality of life through the protection of the environment.

GREENLIFE West Africa was established in 2014 during the peak of the Ebola crisis. We carried out awareness raising activities around the plight of Ebola Orphans in Sierra Leone and Liberia and successfully implemented an Ebola Relief project in partnership with Save the Children providing food and non-food items to Ebola Orphans in the Western Area of Freetown.

Recently (2018 – 2020) GREENLIFE West Africa implemented Forest Landscape Restoration activities in Liberia and Sierra Leone under the Mano River Ecosystem Conservation and International Water Resource Management Project funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) in partnership with the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the Mano River Union (MRU), and the National Protected Areas Authority of Sierra Leone. GREENLIFE West Africa is present in Liberia and Sierra Leone, in Ghana (as WA SEEDS) and works in active collaboration with local community structures in the Gola, Ziama-Wonegizi-Wologizi, Mount Nimba and Tai-Grebo-Krahn-Sapo Transboundary Forest Landscapes within the Mano River Union Member States (Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea and Cote d’Ivoire).
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