Welcome to Eco Relief
Our mission is to promote Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation practices that deliver benefits for socio-economic growth. We do this by empowering communities to rehabilitate and manage ecosystems in a manner that guarantees water, food, energy a...
Who We Work For
While our interventions for ecosystem rehabilitation target the protection of wildlife species, the ecosystem services we seek to generate are aimed at benefiting vulnerable people most affected by climate change. They include:
In developing economies, women are primarily responsible for running the household through food crop farming and securing water for household use. For water-stress communities, women endure the daily and lifelong challenge of trekking several kilo...
Indigenous peoples have rich and ancient cultures and regard their socio-economic, spiritual and environmental systems as strongly interconnected and interdependent. As a result, they make valuable contributions to the world’s heritage thanks to thei...
Rural farmers manage approximately 500 million small farms and provide over 80 per cent of the food consumed in large parts of the developing world, particularly Southern Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. They contribute to food security and poverty allev...
The Youth comprises nearly 30 percent of the world’s population and in developing countries, they are often neglected and overlooked by policy makers. This can largely be attributed to business-as-usual concern for immediate solutions to problems of ...
News & Events
Sustainable Water Resources Management: Eco Relief Explores Nonstructural Options and Approaches
Water resources play an important role in sustainable development and are central to all human activities and the health... Details
Synthesis Report on Bat Conservation Project
The Rufford Foundation-sponsored phase of Eco Relief’s bat conservation project in the Ekona area of Cameroon which bega... Details
Bat Conservation International Partners with Eco Relief
Despite the socio-environmental benefits provided by bats – such as pollination, forest regeneration and pest control – ... Details