Our mission

Our goal is to help meet some of the key challenges facing the African continent by developing environmental, economic and conflict prevention initiatives that support the UN’s sustainable development goals and bring countries and people together in peaceful cooperation.

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The Foundation draws its inspiration from the Brazzaville Accords, which were signed in the Congolese capital on 13 December 1988. A key moment in the history of modern Africa, they led to a peaceful settlement of the conflicts in southern Africa, secured the independence of Namibia and paved the way for the release of Nelson Mandela and an end to apartheid.
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Our people

The Brazzaville Foundation is managed by an experienced Board of Trustees, supported by a Chief Executive and an international Advisory Board made up of highly distinguished individuals whose experience and expertise enable them to give guidance to the Foundation and assist it in its work. Our Patron is HRH Prince Michael of Kent GCVO.
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Our Activities

The Foundation operates as both catalyst and advocate, generating ideas and initiatives and using its network of advisers and contacts to seek high level support and buy-in. It works with its partners to develop and implement its initiatives.
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Sustainable Development in the Congo Basin

The Congo Basin Blue Fund initiative is designed to enable the 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 traffic in falsified medicines

The Foundation is committed to raise awareness of the growing problem of substandard and falsified medicines, especially in Africa.

Conflict Prevention

The Foundation is supporting reconciliation in Libya by promoting an inter-Libyan dialogue that brings together Libyans drawn from all sides and perspectives.

Elephant Protection Work

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.