Centre For Green Economy in Developing Countries (CeGED)

Centre For Green Economy in Developing Countries (CeGED)

At a glance


  • Campaigning
  • Climate action
  • Environment
  • Health and well being / research and care
  • International development
  • Poverty relief

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National - Scotland



Climate change is affecting many countries all over the globe. However, there is a general trajectory that, at this pace, developing countries are the worst affected. Poor nations and their people are expected to suffer the most from climate change adversities.

Currently, developed countries are making positive strides in researching, implementing, and adapting towards zero Carbon emissions. Underdeveloped countries on the other hand, are still sluggish and experiencing serious adaptation challenges which will most likely push millions of individuals further into poverty and restrict opportunities for sustainable development growth.

Centre for Green Economy in Developing Countries (CeGED)

Is an independent charity organisation registered in the UK, that focuses on eradicating poverty by promoting a green economy in developing states as a sustainable solution. Our aim is to work with different players both local and international to assist developing countries in the transition from Brown to Green Economy. Most developing countries seem to have insufficient knowledge, skills, technical know-how, and adequate financial platforms to be active players in the battle against global warming.


Our aim is to see all developing countries achieve sustainable, prosperous green economies within the next three decades.


Lobby for green economic growth and projects to fight inequality, poverty: Champion green reforms in developing countries


Areas of focus

• Climate Change Action

• Green Economy Campaign

• International Disaster Campaigns

• Livelihood Empowerment

• Poverty Mitigation Campaign

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