Rescue Mission International (ReMI)

We are a youth-led not-for-profit making Environmental Conservation Organization with over a decade experience in providing sustainable, resilient and innovative solutions to Pressing Climate and Environmental Insecurities through Engagement of Indigenous People, Research, Public Education, and Empowerment. Indigenous People and indigenous Knowledge are pivotal in everything we do at ReMI

We Offer Innovative Solutions to Pressing Climate and Environmental Insecurities through research, Campaigns, public education and empowerment.

Climate and Environmental Literacy Programme in Rural Africa

The Climate and Environmental Literacy Programme in Rural Africa is a 10year long project that seeks to demystify the intricate aspects of Climate Change (its basic Science, Causes, Effects, Adaptation, and Mitigation) for the local population in rural Africa. The approach involves employing relatable daily life examples, particularly in the indigenous dialect, to foster a deep understanding. Furthermore, the initiative aims to empower smallholder farmers with climate-smart agricultural practices and technologies to enhance productivity.

Climate Change Conferences and Seminars

Together with our partners, we organize regular conferences, seminars, and webinars for young people across the globe to create awareness and demand for Climate Justice

Training and Guidance

Together with our partners, we organize capacity building trainings for high school students and people within the youth bracket

Rescue Mission International is a not-for-profit making Environmental Sustainability youth-led organization
that was founded in March, 2015 with the vision of creating a sustainable and resilient future for our planet.
Our mission is to raise awareness, mobilize individuals, indigenous communities, and collaborate with like-
minded organizations to enact and implement effective solutions that mitigate the impact of climate change,
water insecurity and safeguard the environment for current and future generations. The organization is
headquartered in Ghana with an appreciable number of volunteers who are passionate to contribute their quota
in protecting our Environment for this and yet to be born generations. ReMI also has representatives in Nigeria,
Liberia, Gambia, Kenya and Sierra Leone

10+

Years of experience

Presenting Our Team

IBRAHIM TUZEE ABDUL-RAHEEM
Co-Founder and Head of Climate, Environment, and Natural Resources Governance Cluster

Ibrahim Tuzee Abdul-Raheem is a Ghanaian professional dedicated to environmental governance and sustainable development. With a background in Renewable Natural Resources and an MPhil. in Natural Resources and Environmental Governance, he combines academic excellence with practical expertise. Ibrahim has extensive training in diverse areas, from climate analysis to natural resources conflict management.

His proactive engagement is evident through leadership roles, such as being the former Africa Regional Focal Point for Sustainable Consumption and Production Youth Platform of the United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth (UN-MGCY), Secretary-General for Go Ghana International (GGI). As a Co-Founder of ReMI, Ibrahim Tuzee contributes significantly to environmental initiatives. His commitment extends to various associations, including but not limited to the African Youth Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC), Ghana’s Climate MRV Community of Practice, Global Youth Biodiversity Network.

Ibrahim Tuzee’s passion for sustainable practices is not confined to his academic pursuits; he actively collaborates with organizations globally, exemplified by his consultancy work with OnFrontiers.com, his current role as the Global Focal Point (GFP) for the Sustainable Consumption and Production Constituency of UN-MGCY. His diverse experiences, ranging from fieldwork to advocacy showcase a multifaceted professional dedicated to positive environmental impact.
He is a scholar of Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) Regional Programme, Energy Security and Climate Change in Sub-Saharan Africa and also a Fellow of the Africa Graduate Mentorship and Coaching Programme-Fellowship.
Beyond his impressive academic and professional achievements, Ibrahim remains grounded in his commitment to volunteerism, with a keen interest in reading, traveling, and politics

IBRAHIM YAKUBU
Co-Founder and Head of Climate and Environmental Sustainability Cluster
Co-Founder and Head of Climate and Environmental Sustainability Cluster
SHAAKIRATU WUMPAGA IDDRISU
Head of Gender and Youth Development Cluster

Iddrisu Shaakiratu Wumpaga has a degree in Social Change Communication. She embarked on a journey fueled by her fervent passion for gender equality and community empowerment. From a young age, Shaakiratu was drawn to the intricacies of human interaction and societal dynamics. Her studies deepened her understanding of how communication shapes perceptions and drives social change. But it was her unwavering dedication to addressing gender disparities that truly set her apart. As she navigated through university, Shaakiratu immersed herself in initiatives aimed at empowering women and advocating for their rights. She saw communication as a powerful tool for amplifying voices that often went unheard, and she used it to champion causes close to her heart. Yet, Shaakiratu’s ambitions extended beyond the theoretical realm of academia. She was determined to translate her knowledge into tangible action. With a keen eye for talent and a natural knack for spotting potential, she found herself drawn to the realm of talent acquisition. In her quest to make a difference, Shaakiratu recognized the importance of not only empowering individuals but also ensuring that organizations had the right people in place to drive their missions forward. She saw talent acquisition as a means of shaping organizational cultures and fostering environments where all individuals could thrive. But Shaakiratu’s journey didn’t stop there. Driven by an insatiable thirst for advocacy and community development, she sought to extend her impact beyond the confines of boardrooms and offices. She rolled up her sleeves and immersed herself in grassroots initiatives, working hand in hand with local communities to address pressing issues and enact positive change. Today, Iddrisu Shaakiratu Wumpaga stands as a beacon of hope and inspiration, a testament to the power of passion and purpose. With her unique blend of expertise in communication, dedication to gender equality, and commitment to community development, she continues to leave an indelible mark on the world around her, one step at a time.

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