Our Vision

A change in self-perception and external perception towards a new self-confidence, which is shaped by young hope bearers and carriers. Added value through future technology in harmony with the ecological and social environment. Healthy and sustainable national economies at an equal footing with global partners. Perspectives and potential. One thing above all: All this in Africa, for Africa and from Africa - as quickly as possible. That is our vision and with "3 E's" we strive for it.

Our Mission


By supporting and accompanying young African undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD students at African universities, perspectives are created in the form of the most sustainable of all forms of support: Education! This is the most powerful tool any human being can possess. Thus, we make a direct contribution to SDG 4 "Quality Education".


Afrika ist ein wunderschöner, vielfältiger, majestätischer und junger Kontinent. Es gibt soviel Potential, das nur darauf wartet, geweckt zu werden. Dafür braucht es eigene Vorbilder, die die Hoffnung tragen. Wir wollen dazu beitragen, solche Wegbereiter zu befähigen und ihnen eine Plattform bieten, um auch andere zu inspirieren.


There is power in harmony, all the more so in existential relationships such as that between humanity and his environment. Research and business only have a future if they build up on this knowledge. That is why we only support projects that aim to achieve energy transition, climate change adaptation or mitigation, and thus contribute to SDG 7 "Affordable and Clean Energy", SDG 12 "Responsible Consumption and Production" and/or SDG 13 "Climate Action".

Don't wait for change, be part of it!


What we've been up to recently.

Wall of Inspiration

Modern, innovative and sustainable: These companies show what the present and future of Africa looks like.

Note: 3 E’s 4 Africa does not receive any financial support from the companies and initiatives presented here.



Their concept is sustainable plant cultivation without soil. The result: Only 20% water requirement with four times the yield. As a result, this Kenyan StartUp has already been able to save 500 million liters of water!




Sometimes innovation "only" requires a proven concept in a new environment. PET filaments made in Cameroon through recycling of plastic bottles has already saved more than 5,600 tons of CO2.


Planet 3R

Since its establishment in the summer of 2020, Nigerian founder Adejoke Lasisi has already won several international awards with her process of producing textiles from plastic waste.




Founded in 2014, this innovative company from Cameroon produces eco-friendly coal from agricultural waste products such as corn husks or plantain peelings.