INVESTING IN CLIMATE SMART COMMUNITIES IN AFRICA

CLIMATE JUSTICE THROUGH INNOVATIVE, RADICAL MODELS OF DEVELOPMENT

Vita is a smart, successful, next-generation Irish development partner that has been supporting farmers and communities in Africa for over 32 years. Our goal is to facilitate thriving rural climate-smart economies in Africa with access to services, markets and livelihoods for all.
Our approach combines knowledge-backed expert collaborations, community-led initiatives, transformational technology and innovative financing models.

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IMPACT OF THE VITA GREEN IMPACT FUND

OUR GUIDING PRINCIPLES

Realising Africa’s enormous potential: Africa has enormous socio-economic potential and our ambition is to make a meaningful contribution
Community-Centered Development: The communities we partner with must drive their own development.
Respect: We are sensitive to and respect the culture and traditions of our partner communities and staff.
Innovation: Our focus on innovation requires courage and sometimes disruption.
Impact: The impact of our programme is measurable, tangible and sustainable.
Accountability: Honesty and transparency are reflected in all our programmes and fundraising. It is a privilege to play a role in development and we cherish it.

OUR GUIDING PRINCIPLES

Realising Africa’s enormous potential: Africa has enormous socio-economic potential and our ambition is to make a meaningful contribution

Community-Centered Development: The communities we partner with must drive their own development.

Respect: We are sensitive to and respect the culture and traditions of our partner communities and staff.

Innovation: Our focus on innovation requires courage and sometimes disruption.

Accountability: Honesty and transparency are reflected in all our programmes and fundraising. It is a privilege to play a role in development and we cherish it.

Impact: The impact of our programme is measurable, tangible and sustainable.

OUR STORIES

Potato Seeds Programme

Wanbe Wazinge

Empowering Women in Africa

Meselech Mergiya