Who We are
Building Climate Resilient African Communities
Launched in 2021 Cleanbuild Climate Action Innovation LTD/GTE also known as Climate Action Africa is proudly pioneering transformative change at the intersection of Africa’s resilience restoration and the propulsion of green, sustainable socio-economic development.
In a world teetering on the edge of climate uncertainties, and Africa being the most vulnerable, we are harnessing the vast potential of Africa’s diverse potential and vibrant communities to reshape its future. At Climate Action Africa, we believe in the balance between socioeconomic growth and saving our continent from climate change. And through collective intelligence, innovative strategies, sustainable practices, behavioral change and political will, Africa can rebuild its resilience, forging ahead towards a greener, more prosperous tomorrow.
Our Vision 2028
The advancement of eco-centric, sustainability-driven socioeconomic growth for Africans. A people-focused development that is in harmony with Mother Earth and prioritizes the restoration of our resilience and the betterment of life.
High level Outcomes – 2023- 2028
- Mainstream eco-conscious consumerism and imbibe a culture of sustainable practices resulting in long lasting behavioral change in Africa
- Rebuild – the resilience of 5 African communities, by working in tandem with the community to identify areas of vulnerability, using scientific, sustainable approaches to address this vulnerable and establishing communities of practice and monitoring that ensure maintenance and continuity.
- Commercialization of 3 sustainable innovations that drive sustainable change for millions of Africans. Leveraging climate and developmental financial resources to ensure the best solutions from the continent can grow and impact Africans at Scale. We have a focus on innovations that ensures Africans can protect, feed and power their communities and persons.
- Provide accurate and reliable climate knowledge data resources that support evidence-based policy decisions at communal, national, and regional levels.
Dr. Obiageli “Oby” Ezekwesili