The POLE POLE FOUNDATION
(POPOF) is a grass roots ngo working to protect the critically-endangered eastern lowland (grauer's) gorillas which live in the Kahuzi-Biega National Park, in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
We do this by working with the local communities to end their reliance on the unique rainforest habitat which is the gorillas' home.
Education and community-led sustainable development projects go hand in hand with conservation.
As part of our ongoing support for the Vegan Club, the women have begun to grow a new crop of mushrooms. Read about it here.
17th September 2021
The Pole Pole Foundation has been selected as one of the first ever Finalists for the Earthshot Prize to 'Protect and Restore Nature'!
Read more about it in our blog here.
Tree Planting Project started in a new community. Read all about it here.
27th September 2021
Working on fuel efficiency
POPOF Receives 3 Year Ecological Restoration Fund Grant.
Read more on our blog page HERE.
Click HERE to see what the ladies of our Women's Empowerment Group are doing to make their charcoal go further.