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NCF promises to adhere to its five-year strategic plan

The Strategic Action Plan (SAP) 2021–2025, which aims to ensure that people flourish while living in peace with nature, has the support of the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF).
The admission was made by the foundation during its 33rd Annual General Meeting on Wednesday in Lagos, which was broadcast live online and covered by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
In his statement at the conference, Chief Philip Asiodu, President, Board of Trustees (BoT), NCF, noted that the foundation’s rollout of SAP will be a significant accomplishment in 2021.
According to Asiodu, SAP was a call to action for the foundation and all Nigerians from all backgrounds.
“The new NCF SAP, which offers the foundation a distinct five-year strategy, includes four major pillars:
He mentioned the following topics: “Spaces – Green Recovery Nigeria; Species – Saving Species in Peril; Climate Change – Tackling the Climate Crisis; and Partnerships – Fostering Collaboration with Stakeholders.”
Because there was no other organisation in the nation devoted to the conservation of wildlife, the natural world, and the environment, he claimed, NCF was referred to as the leading conservation organisation.
“As a foundation, we keep up with the latest environmental developments, and we are steadfast in our dedication to a Nigeria where people thrive while coexisting with nature.
“The focus on illegal wildlife trafficking and its consequences on the population of resources for plants and animals as well as the world economy has further fueled this.
“NCF started a number of reforestation projects while carrying out initiatives that complemented the primary tenet of Nigeria’s Green Recovery.
According to him, “these projects range from establishing school gardens to planting fruit and economic trees in communities and schools, as well as forest landscape restoration in the state of Anambra.”
By the end of the current strategic action plan, Asiodu urged the foundation’s members to grow membership to at least one million.
The partnership between the foundation and its national, subnational, and international partners has been revitalised, according to Chief Ede Dafinone, chairman of the NCF National Executive Council.

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