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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East African Greens Strategic Planning Workshop

Members of the East African Greens Federation from the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, Ecological Party of Uganda, Mazingira Greens Party of Kenya and Burundi Green Movement, met in Kampala, Uganda, from 12th-13th February 2015 and made a strategic plan for the next five years.

The strategic plan will help member parties in implementing the Green Ideology within the Eastern Africa Region.

This strategic planning workshop and the process were supported by the Westminster Foundation for Democracy and the Green Party of England and Wales.

The African Greens Federation,...

AGF Congress in Madagascar

The African Greens Federation wishes to thank all its members and supporters for the great achievements recorded during 2014.

AGF strengthened its structures and successfully held its third congress in Madagascar. The congress which took place between 20th -21st June 2014, brought together 17 political parties from across Africa.

The Congress after approving the federation’s reports and future program also elected different officials for the next period (2014-2018).

AGF continued its support to two regional federations’ secretariats: East African Greens Federation (EAGF)...

Central African Greens Congress

The Central African Greens Federation (Federation des Ecologistes et Verts d'Afrique Centrale- FEVAC), was established during the Central African Greens Congress held in Kinshasa- Democratic Republic of Congo from 27th-29th November 2014.

The congress was hosted by the 'Parti Ecologiste Congolais-les Verts' under the leadership of Hon.Didace Pembe Bokiaga. It brought together greens from Congo-Brazzaville, Gabon, Chad and DRC.

It was officially opened by the Congolese Minister of Environment, Nature Conservation and Tourism, who also made a presentation on the problem of...