Our goal is to work for peace by developing cross border economic or environmental projects that bring countries and peoples together in peaceful cooperation and also by establishing dialogue between parties to a conflict through informal or parallel diplomacy.
This is a project to enablethe countries of the Congo Basin develop their economies using the renewable water resources of the Congo and its tributaries rather than the exploitation of forest-based resources.
The Foundation is committed to raise awareness of the growing problem of falsified medicines, especially in Africa.
This project will examine migration from the perspective of a number of West African countries and identify what practical actions they can take to reduce migratory pressures with support from the international community.
Working with the NGO Stop Ivory,
we are promoting the Elephant Protection Initiative in order to stop poaching and halt the illegal trade in ivory.
The launch of the Congo Basin Blue Fund takes a crucial step forward with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding in Oyo. As the author of the original initiative, the Brazzaville Foundation congratulates all those involved.
The Fight against the Traffic in Falsified medicines
The Partnership with the Harvard University Global Health Institute
The Brazzaville Foundation is joining Harvard University’s Global Health Institute to host a conference in London at the end of this year on the growing public health crisis caused by the proliferation of sub-standard and falsified medicines.