2021 Africa Green Awards

We are delighted to inform you that the 3rd edition of The Africa Green Awards recognises and celebrates outstanding individuals in the Green Sector is here. We would like to have you join us as we Spotlight the Eco-Heroes of Africa.

The award ceremony is set to hold virtually on Saturday, 27th of November 2021, by 4:30 pm 6:30 pm (GMT+1).

To be a part of the event, Kindly click the link below, fill in your details and submit your registration.


Profile of Nominees

Africa Green Media Award Nominees

Africa Green Media Award Nominees

Joy Labaran: She was the official compere for the recently concluded 2021 Agriculture Summit Africa hosted by Sterling Bank Nigeria, and through her platform, She has led the Agribusiness Weekend team to be recognized both locally and internationally.

Said Ally Sindo: He is a young and passionate Journalist from Tanzania. He has over 3 years of experience in Radio and TV Broadcasting, and he is a proficient writer on Investigative Environmental and Social Documentary Production.

Akin Alabi: He founded an award-winning Blog called the Corporate Farmers Blog, which has now transformed into a multi-Million Naira company called Corporate Farmers International.

To vote for Green Media Award, Visit: https://bit.ly/EETF-GMA2021

Green Female Award Nominees

Green female award nominees

Rahmina Paullete is a 15-year-old student at the Kisumu Senior Academy currently in Year 11 with a specific interest in environmental conservation. She is an environmental enthusiast and a climate change activist.

Kaddijatou b.w bah is a young and passionate environmental Activist and Humanitarian. She is committed to making a change in Africa by promoting Girl Child Education & Women Empowerment.

Baliqees Salaudeen currently serves as the Head of Human Resource and Corporate Social Responsibility at Green Republic Farms Limited. She leads notable Environmental platforms in Kwara State and Nigeria, including PickThatTrash, North Central Climate Conference and Climate Strike/Fridays for Future.

Chantal Esperance is an Environmental Scientist by profession, currently serving as an environmental safety champion in the telecommunications industry. She is a passionate conservationist driven by the urge to make the world a better place.

Ruth Ede is enthusiastic about the zero-waste goal and sustainable Agriculture, which led to the creation of Scratop Nigeria Limited, a sustainable development goal-driven social enterprise concerned with the production of Organic fertilisers from biowaste.

To vote for Green Female Award, Visit: https://bit.ly/EETF-GFA2021

Under 40 Green Award Nominees

Alhaji Siraj Bah is a 22-year-old Sierra Leonean entrepreneur and founder of Rugsal Trading, an organisation that is combating air pollution, deforestation, plastic pollution, youth empowerment and providing clean and safe drinking water to poor communities.

Wole Adegbule is an Environmental Advocate, and SDGs promulgate. He is a UN 5th Global Entreps Awards Candidate and British Council Certificate Recipient who has physically engaged over 10,000 youths on the green economy, environmentalism and education for effectual leadership and global change.

Arnold Nyendwa is a 24-year-old entrepreneur and inventor who pioneered the first stainless steel stove in Africa. Arnold’s invention and adept mind has not gone unnoticed as it has earned him notable awards such as the African Genius Awards South Africa 2021.

Simeon Akikayo is a long time enthusiast of sustainable development and the founder and Managing Director of EBApreneur Solutions Nigeria, an organisation that provides clean energy value-added solutions to farmers in multiple value chains

To vote for the Under 40 Green Award, Visit: https://bit.ly/EETF-U40GA2021

Africa Green Person Award Nominees

Vanessa Nakate is a young Ugandan climate justice activist who started her activism in late 2018. After becoming concerned about her country’s increasing temperatures, she staged a climate protest in front of her country’s parliament building in 2019 and has never stopped since then.

Early this year, she joined other youth climate activists to publish a letter to participants at the World Economic Forum appealing to companies and governments to immediately stop subsidising fossil fuels. She is also one of the leading voices in the ongoing #COP26.

Oladosu Adenike is an Ecofeminist, climate justice activist and the founder of ILeadClimate. She specialises in inequality, security & peacebuilding across Africa, especially in the Lake Chad region. She has showcased her climate action at international forums locally and internationally. In 2019, she was invited to the first United Nations youth summit in New York and was also one of the very audible young voices equally demanding change in the ongoing #COP26.

Adele Noudjilembaye (Founder of N-Bio solutions) is a charismatic and serene young leader with visionary character, integrity, resilience and creativity to positively influence and serve her community through her corporate, volunteer and social activities. She collaborates with several institutions such as IITA and associations to propose innovative solutions to contribute to healthy food security, health & well-being, environmental protection, social inclusion and empowerment of youth and women.

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