We work with diverse groups - governments, international organisations, corporate organisations, communities and individual. This has conferred enviable milestones spanning over 4 decades on the Foundation.
- 1984 – Assisted to develop National Conservation Strategy
- 1985 – Supported the enactment of Endangered Species Decree
- 1990 – Established the Lekki Conservation Centre
- 1992 – Established the Hadejia-Nguru wetland conservation project
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Over 100 000 citizens demand the United Nations (UN) to recognise a new human right – the right to a healthy planet Citizens from around the world are demanding that the right to a clean, healthy environment is made a Universal Human Rights. Over 100 000 people have signed the petition. Right now, as theSeptember 30, 2020
The Minister of the Environment, Dr. Mohammad Mahmood Abubakar during his working visit to the headquarters of Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF), Lekki Conservation Centre commended the efforts of NCF in salvaging the environment and partnering with the Federal Government of Nigeria through her ministry in protecting and restoring the environment for the benefits of theSeptember 28, 2020
Lekki Conservation Centre is home to the longest canopy walk in Africa, tree house, nature station, fish ponds, floor games, swamp lookout and other relaxation facilities. Lekki Conservation Centre (LCC), an urban jungle in the heart of Lagos, is a centre of excellence in environmental research and education reserved as a sanctuary for the richSeptember 27, 2020
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World Migratory Bird Day is an annual event to raise awareness on bird migration and the importance of protecting the flyways and habitats used by birds during migration. Migration is a regular and seasonal movement of birds between their breeding...
Nigeria has a third of the entire mangrove in Africa...