SAFCEI recently held two Faith Leader Environmental Advocacy Training workshops (FLEAT) in Malawi and Zimbabwe.
FLEAT Mombasa 2018 Faith leaders in Kenya came together in Mombasa to work together on environmental sustainability 29- 31 May 2018. From the 17 participants 9 were male and 8 females from various religious backgrounds namely Muslim, Methodist, Catholic, Seventh Day...read more
We the undersigned attended the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Environmental Affairs Colloquium on Captive Lion Breeding for Hunting on 21 and 22 August 2018 and/or a follow-up informal workshop on 23 August 2018. We wish to thank you and the Committee for...read more
Attend an eco-audit workshop in Windhoek & reduce your ecological footprint! – ONLY for Namibian participants.
The Southern African Faith Communities’ Environment Institute (SAFCEI) believes that people of faith have a moral imperative to speak out and take action against the socio-ecological injustices that face Africa’s peoples and their environment. SAFCEI works with all...read more
MEDIA RELEASE 18 SEPTEMBER 2018 "FAMOUS BRANDS, UNCAGE YOUR EGGS!" In an effort to eradicate inhumane battery cage farms for hens, the Southern African Faith Communities' Environment Institute (SAFCEI) – a multi-faith environmental NGO – has launched a public campaign...read more
Currently, in Africa more than 200 million people are undernourished and approximately 33 million children go to sleep malnourished and hungry every night. “Overcoming poverty must become an act of justice” and the need for food security, improved nutrition and...read more
As part of Women’s Day celebrations, SAFCEI held its first Multi-Faith Women’s Assembly on 24 August at the Muizenberg Civic Centre. The event was attended by 140 women from different faith communities and environmental activists. Women came from 7 different...read more
On 8 September a Climate Rise Mini-Summit was jointly hosted by SAFCEI, 350.org, and WESSA. A diverse group of 170 stakeholders including environmental activists, members from faith community, youth, government and community based activists attended the event. Climate...read more
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Monday that the world is facing “a direct existential threat” and must rapidly shift from dependence on fossil fuels by 2020 to prevent “runaway climate change.”
Let our thoughts and prayers go out to the people of The Phillipines and Carolina as category 5 Typhoon Mangkhut and Hurricane Florence reminded us of our human frailty and Natures loud and clear message that we need to collectively act now to dramatically reduce our...read more
Please sign and share this petition to tell Famous Brands that you will not be purchasing any of its products until it stops supporting this heinous animal abuse.
Watch the video below and learn why an increasing number of food companies and consumers are switching to cage-free eggs. Wimpy SA MUGG & BEAN SA why don't you follow other leading local and international food chains and do the right thing. #CAGEFREE #ANIMALJUSTICE...read more
Written by Andrew Gwambe, from the FLEAT 1 group: Chisomo Community Youth Club in Salima, a lakeshore area in Malawi recently stole the show when they transformed plastic waste into paving tiles. People around Sengabay market gathered to witness the phenomena. “At...read more