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Sustainable Development Goals

At RENI Aviation we are proud to work with our partners towards the Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations.

Creating opportunities and a better tomorrow for all. For this we focus our attention towards the most remote and hard to reach areas in the world.

Below you can find the goals we actively support.

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2024 - RENI Aviation leadership visits FNJEC in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Most of Africa's remaining rainforests are found in the Congo river basin on the Atlantic Ocean side of the continent. And every year, massive amounts of rainforest is lost due to difficult oversight and industrialisation. We at RENI Aviation will support as an Eye in the sky. Working actively with forest preservation services to protect this vital part of the worlds ecosystem.

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Every year around 185.000.000 people are hit with natural disasters accross the world. Creating the most tragic situations. RENI Aviation has vowed to both respond to these disasters as to increase resiliance with local communities by improving infrastructure in the most remote areas.

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The Federation Nationale de Jeunes Entrepreneurs (FNJEC), or the National Federation of Young Entrepreneurs, works actively for enabling and shaping the young business owners of the future within the DRC. An effort that we at RENI Aviation applaud and will support going forward.

Fédération Nationale des Jeunes Entrepreneurs du Congo | Kinshasa | Facebook

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Our very own project lead in the DRC, Ms Patience Enabia, speaks to young entrepreneurs and the press during a visit at FNJEC.

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The Congo rainforest is famous for its gorillas, chimpanzees, and elephants as well as its native population of forest dwellers known as pygmies. Poaching is still a serious issue within these forests and National parcs. RENI Aviation works with local partner forces in putting a stop to poaching via aerial patrolling and air transport.

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