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THE PAN-AFRICAN PLANT-BASED
ALLIANCE

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The Pan-African Plant-Based Alliance

Building A Self-Sufficient Pan-African Plant-Based Food System

FOR ETHICS, JUSTICE
AND INTEGRITY

FOR THE MOTHERLAND
AND OUR PLANET

FOR THE WELLBEING AND PROSPERITY OF AFRICAN PEOPLE AND THE DIASPORA

FOR AFRICA'S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

OUR VISION

A united and self-sufficient Africa and diaspora that thrives on delicious healthy, sustainable, accessible, and affordable Plant-Based food

OUR MISSION

Our mission is to promote and develop a self-sufficient Pan-African plant-based food system for the well-being and prosperity of Africans and Afro-descendants, for Mother Earth and for ethics, integrity and social justice.

 

We aim to do that by inspiring African people on and off the continent to go and stay plant-based, while embracing Pan-Africanism principles and African cultures.

The PPBA also aims to build a community of African businesses, industry experts, investors, policymakers, educational & medical institutions, and like-minded NGOs willing to develop a self sufficient Pan-African plant-based food system.

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OUR WHY

OUR AMBITION

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AFRICAN

PEOPLE & AFRO DESCENDENTS

Inspire people to understand why and how going plant-based, while embracing our own cultures, traditions and identities.

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AFRICAN

BUSINESSES

Encourage African businesses to use a plant-based food system as a sustainable business opportunity adapted to African's needs, and provide them with the necessary knowledge, insights and resources.

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AFRICAN

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Encourage African schools & universities to offer more healthy, eco-friendly and tasty plant-based options for both children and students, educate them on veganism and the benefits of a plant-based diet for their health, the environment and their careers.

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AFRICAN

MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS

Encourage African medical institutions to promote the benefits of a healthy plant-based diet to their patients, to prevent and reverse some of the most common diseases on the rise in Africa.

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AFRICAN

STATES

Encourage African states to use a sustainable plant-based food system as a key tool to fight climate change, to meet the need of the growing population, but also as a geopolitical strategy to become self-sufficient in the long term.

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Let’s live as Africans, let’s produce what we need, and consume what we produce.

Thomas Sankara

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