The African Greens Federation-AGF, was officially launched on 17th April 2010, during the African Greens Congress held in Kampala Uganda. AGF is also known as La Federation des Verts Africains –FEVA in French. It is a coalition of Political Green Parties and Political Green Movements in Africa.

It has thirty members from twenty nine countries.

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AGF at GG

The African Green Federation (AGF) had a full day meeting on the 29th March and half day meeting on 30th March 2017 in Liverpool in prelude to the Global Greens congress.

The first day meeting was held at Jurys Inn and the second day at the ACC congress venue. The meeting began with introduction of delegates present, then presentation of the agenda with some amendments, it was chaired by Dr Frank Habineza, AGF President.

 Present in the meeting were the delegates from the following countries:

Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, DR Congo,  Burundi, Egypt, Kenya, Madagascar,  ...

AGF meeting in Mauritius

The African Greens Federation wishes to thank all its members and partners for the great achievements realized during 2016 and looks forward to greater accomplishments in 2017.

During 2016, AGF strengthened and consolidated its regional structures by conducting several capacity building workshops and congresses in all the different five African regions.

With support from Green Forum Sweden, AGF strengthened the: North African Greens Federation (NAGF), Central African Greens Federation and Southern Africa Greens Federation. The achievements attained were as...