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Th FAN is an NGO established in 1995. It was formed in KITE is a non-governmental organization based in Ghana. tec JEA is an association with the main objective of the defense. the responsibility of Egypt's fisrt full time Minister of State for Environmental Affairs was assig FEDA provides consultative services in the field of integrated development. project feasibility. particularly so ADO is a development organization operating in Butere. Education. and utiliz ATS's activities include: Consulting. The staff have extensive experience in consul BEA is a non-profit trust registered in kenya with local. and N The Purpose and Mission of CREUMHS is engagement in non-political objects. Changing its legal entity early AOYE is an NGO which has been fostering the environment and sustainable development in Egypt and the A ESES is a non-profit NGO. foresters. KITE specializes in environmentally sound technic LEJ aims at mobilizing Journalists and the massmedia for the effective and meaningful coverage of Environm Energy Foundation is a consumer-based independent organization to promote energy efficiency and renewa YCNC is a non-profit charitable youth service environmental conservation organization. They design and promote improve stoves. Follows NECE was founded in 1998 as a dynamic company in the Egyptian Market for energy services. as ENERGIA is an international network of women and sustainable energy whose goal is to engender and empo EAA is private business involved in conducting energy surveys. Extension an CADIC was founded in 1988 at Uvira. U BOTEC was established in 1979 to institutions in the realization of through research and development. dedicated to the con AG works to ensure access to basic health services in poor urban areas and undertakes awareness raising a AGUIPER promotes appropriate energy technologies for semi-urban and rural communitities. marketing and installation of renewable ene ELCI is an international non-governmental. which was established by Non-governmental Organisations (NGOs) work ECOTERRA was created as an informal network of scientist. EAAIA support environmental impact assessment capacity building in Eastern Africa through exchange. researchers and development professionals. development. scientists.disadvantaged groups. It consis GEO works to raise to raise awareness on conservation of the environment and promotes environmental ed HFH Ghana is an organization which works to build low-cost houses by using quality construction materials Help the victims association is local NGO based in Tamale in the northern region of Ghana. design.public awa COFOSODE promotes education on environmental issues. installation. and soci GS Consult is a small consultancy firm strongly involved in renewable energy both for urban and rural areas ITDG is inspired by a vision of a world free of poverty and injustice in which technology is used to the benef ICESPS is a non-governmental organization in Kenya actively involved in programmes on environmental pol KENGO organizes network of Kenyan NGOs involved in sustainable agriculture. having the c NREA was established in 1986 under the MINISTRY OF ELECTRICITY AND ENERGY to act as a national focal p The group started its activity in 1998 as an environmental consultancy firm.African_Directory Description of organization AREAED aims to integrate the environment in the education and training of the youth. established in 1974. development agencies. ADEID is situated in Ba Created in 1995. non-profit organization. The Centre's mission is to en AFREPREN brings together 106 African energy researchers and policy makers from Africa who have a long-t Aqua_Domita Ltd. ACTS is an international policy research organization based in Nairobi. water conserva Page 17 . to conduct Research. advance Earth Care Africa play the role and development impartial and quality information to African governments. ECS has provided state-of-the-art environmental technical assistance to a wide spectru In June 1997. Kenya. project development services. BEA imphasizes capacity b CERES was founded in 1997 to popularize and lobby for environmentally sound technologies (EST's) includin CNA facilitates communication among policy-makers. researchers. capaci DA conducts research on sustainable development. Members of the society are persons engaged in industry. net ENA is an indigenous organisation. is involved in hydro and solar engineering. assist the communities to identify their needs an EDAG is a national NGO born out of the RIO Earth Summit – June ’92 and registered in Ghana since October FoE Ghana was founded in 1986 and joined Friends of the Earth International (FoEI) the same year. Kenya. policy makers. agroforestry. Information . regional and global focus. conservation and recovery of the environment _x000D_ The organisation also provides specialised science and technology information to customers including gove EECG's activities include: energy and environment research. especially desert areas. with the aim of stre First Rank Consultants are involved in appropriate technology and community development consultancy. researchers. a small city located in the Province of Soht-Kivu (in the DRC) at the bo ADEID is an NGO involved in sustainable Development and Environment protection. Organizes workshops and provides consultants for eval GVC is a non-governmental organization devoted to environmental protection and sustainable developmen REDDA/NESDA aims to reinforce the capacities of organizations and individuals to devise and execute progr Since its foundation. evaluation FAB's mission is to improve the life of Batswana through forestry work in Research. implementation. Organizes workshops AAS cooperates with governmentalpromote science and technologya course on environmental education. the Centre for Environment and Development (CED) works on sustainability issues. education and trainin GEDSFactivities include: Direct assistance to communities . It brings together CBOs.
energy & environment. Also undertake SCWE. developers. non-profit. was established in October 1978 as the lead agency with WCK is a charitable. It is incorporated as a non-profit NGO and registered with the Department of Jus The Department of Energy is a government organization. It focus on develo FOTE is an NGO established in 1993 with the objective of introducing renewable energy to women while me GEM conducts public awareness programes on conserving wood and encouraging the use of alternative pro OE's activities include: consultancy on solar energy in Nigeria. p R3E’s objective is to coordinate and advance all renewable energy and energy efficiency related developme SHC works to provide houses for low-income people in Namibia who cannot meet the qualifications for getti SAIEA is a non-profit Environmental Trust. legally registered. assists them to mobilize funds for the constructio POCAL conducts educational programmes to sensitize the general public on the consequences of land degr IEF is a non political. It off OSIENALA is a national NGO formed in order to create a forum for members of the local communities. Senegal with 8 branches in A FOE-SL aims to create awareness and educate the public on the importance of protecting the environment C. non-governmental (NGO) non-profit making. all energy ERML is a multi-disciplinary consultancy company established in 1994. Its mandate is to co-ordinate all energy related ac HFH Liberia works to provide low income families housing. a section 21-company registration no 200/030873/08 promotes the use of the bicycle to address low-c BESG works with people in urban areas who areto contribute to in their access to resources. The organization is situated in Dakar. different activities in different countries. both Solarnet is an NGO founded in 1996 and registered in Kenya in 1999 as an East African regional NGO. DAG’s mission is to suppo Page 18 . working in the socio-economic. comm SONED organizes meetings and publishes literature on sustainable development.S conducts environmental awareness campaigns for the public and school nature clubs. education and consciousness in management of GERERE is a scientific organization (NGO) dealing with renewable energy. to demonstrate CEN Integrated Environmental Unit's mission is disadvantaged the socio-economic advancement and the s The Unit can provide expertise in a number of fields including: Agro-forestry Development. environmental. coordinating. health. Potchefstroom. participati DME develop national policy framework & participate in implementation of different strategies both directly DAG is the leading urban development NGO based in the Western Cape Province. 1993 to deal with enviro FEDES is a not-for-profit NGO registered with the Federal Government of Nigeria in 1999. ECN is an apex organ in the country that is assigned with responsibility of planning. integrated. engineer COMPASS is funded by USAID?Malawi and works to support and encourage sound management of woodland HFH Malawi works in cooperation with communities to build low cost housing units by using appropriate con APLHALOG works to contribute and improve living conditions of the urban population and assists to solve th GRAT concerntrates on integrated sustainable development in the urban and rural areas. ERM ERA is a Nigerian advocacy non-governmental organization founded on January 11.African_Directory The establishment of KOEE in 1997 was a venture towards Agenda 21 . CASE is an applied research NGO. non-governmental and non-political o WEDEN is poised to facilitate people-centred development that will bring about required positive transforma ENDA is an international non-profit NGO. Biodiversity Con CEM is a cost centre. formerly known as UNCHS (Habitat). non-profit. non-profit making. Promotes the use MFC is a Malian NGO which represent the Danish Folkecenter for renewable Energy. capacity bui NaFRA is a non-profit NGO involved in promoting research. Solamoz do project man GPT is an environmental / geohydrological consultancy. strategies and projects that support comprehensive. researchers. but all to do with opt BBDC was created in 1993. group of scientists. resea CHESS is incorporated in Nigeria as a professional. non-governmental association formed in 1968 by Kenyan students. seek for foreign partnership on solar in Niger REFSEF is a non-governmental. attached to the School for Environmental Sciences and Development. non-political. Involved in environmental awareness. committed to strengt SEN is an NGO clearly committed towards promoting environmental conservation and sustainable developm SWAPHEP is a non-governmental. MFC's mission is to pro MAUDESCO promotes environmental and sustainable development through awareness raising.a global partnership to protect the i The Appropriate Technology Centre is an education and research centre based at Kenyatta University. whose mission is to support sustainable development in Southern UTN's primary goal is to lobby for policies. employing some thirteen professionals in five majo NDT supports the participation of local communities in land issues. It is a nation-wide o WYOCC is an international network and NGO. run on voluntary bases. being a research and awareness raising institution with emphasis on the environment and water issu SEPADO is an NGO formed during the summer of 1996 to combat environmental problems of the war-ton So ACEE was established in 1999 as a joint venture between Eskom and the Electric Power Research Institute AfriWEA is a non-profit organization formed in 2002 to encourage manufacturers. with 100% Nigerian ownership. political and development fields in South COPE work with poor communities to promote the development of social and affordable housing. Promotes NGO exchange UN-HABITAT.S. grassroots-oriented. Climate c CES is the research and consultancy wing of the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Eduardo Mondla Solarmoz is involved in all kinds of technical developments within solar and water. governments Agama Energy emerges as result of the founder's fascination since 1980's with the role of energy in people BEN.
implementing programmes in the field of sustainable developmen ITDP was set in 1995. promotes and improves water resources and roads. Individuals. with visions of becoming leading African e ERI is a postgraduate research arm of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at UCT. Environmenta EJNF is a loose alliance and network of over 266 South African non-profit community-based and non-govern GREEN is a formally constituted association of approximately 45 community-based organizations located in groundWork is an environmental and human rights organization recognized as leading South African NGO w The IFR is an independent institute under the University of Stellenbosch specializing in among other things The IERM is a local government association advocating integrated and sustainable environment and recreat ICLEI is a membership association of local governments and local government associations that have made IIEC is a non-profit. artisans. SOIT Energy Centre which is also head office is located in Dar es Salaa TAGGAT is a non profit non governmental organization (NGO) working on climate change. Its vision/mission is to become a l PDC’s vision is to improve the quality of life for South Africans by providing specialized knowledge & skills. community based organizations (CBOs Page 19 . Waste Minimisation. engineering. NGO formed and registered in 1993.African_Directory EE offers services as environmental consultants. but has been based in Cape Town since its establishment. technologies and practic MEPC is an autonomous knowledge-based organization whose mission is to promote the sustainable develo n'kozi homes delivers innovative cost-effective energy efficient housing. town planning. It is a volunteer organization working for envi EcoLink is a non-profit. Global Climat EBS activities include: Environmental Management. is the South Africa's oldest and largest non-governmental membership-based orga USN is a national network of affiliated NGOs with a common vision and mission. Its work focuses o EnerWise Africa operates locally and internationally in the fields of Energy. The Environment. strategic environmental advisors and publishers for the So Earthlife Africa was founded in Johannesburg in August 1988. energy. Its mission is to FCR is a developmental NGO working towards a sustainable development and poverty reduction. research institutions and consultants grouped into one org Sunstove Organization is a Section 21 (not for gain) Co. to promote environmentally sustainable and equitable transportation policies and pro MEETI has been delivering short training courses in energy and minerals policy and industry since 1996. The trust was est TaTEDO is a coalition of individuals. non-profit sharing organization. rehabilitation. provides relief. Its mission is to facilitate efforts being dir FREDKA undertakes consultancy. Organizes seminars and research projects on agroforest SEDO develops. The ministry ensures th SOIT is an NGO established in 1996. Farmers and Youths. repatriat ECS was established in 1997 as the first consultancy in the kingdom offering a range of environmental cons Yonge Nawe is an Environmental NGO established in 1987 to address environment and conservation issues AGENDA is a non-governmental. It transform SAEP was founded in 1994 in the US. envi JET aims to raise public awareness on environmental problems through different mass media including radi The KARADEA Solar Training Facility is East Africa's first centre devoted to energy training and community b KEF is a Not for Profit Organisation supporting a Worldwide campaign for environmental conservation by ac LEAT is the first public interest environmental NGO in Tanzania. Cleaner Production. It was established in 1994 and formally reg MEM is the overall in-charge of all services and activities of minerals in the country. established in 1999 and registered ENVIROCARE is a non-profit. research and studies in business management. established in 1994 by DANIDA as a projec COBETS is a coalition of Professionals. It produce the Sunstove solar cooker on a non-profi SEA aims to promote access to energy services for sustainable development in Southern Africa. SDCEA is a local South African environmental umbrella body representing 14 NGOs and CBOs. P Planact is an NGO whose mission is to bring about local development for the poor within an integrated fram The RAPS Group is a multidisciplinary energy business providing a range of services. non-government Environmental Education Trust whose aim is to bring about interac EASD is NGO conducting training in environmental information management. FCR aims GEM is a non-profit environmental Trust. local government and housing in particu Wim Klunne Consult is an independent consultancy on sustainable use energy and its relation to climate ch ES conducts environmental awareness campaigns. targeted and useful research. SAWEA lobby government. Its vision is a democratic so USG focuses on the issues related to development. professionals. NGO focusing on the promotion of sustainable energy policies. state of the environment repo EDRC is committed to high quality. Th WESSA founded in 1926. The group Urban SEED aims to promote sustainable development through the integration of energy and environment SESSA is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and increasing the use of renewable energy. Formed under the auspices of ENERGIA wh The SSN Project is a Network of non-profit NGOs. farmers. and the Solar Elect Solcen's mission is to meet the energy needs of the people of Southern Africa through motivating at govern SACAN is a loose network of individuals and organizations working on or having an interest in climate chang SAWEA is an NGO established to further the use of wind energy in South Africa. including consultancy Solar Engineering Services is the South African representative for Winrock International. Ren EMG was established in 1991 as an independent environmental non-governmental agency. Over the la SAGEN is a regional network on Women and Sustainable Energy.
IUCN seeks to influence. The objectives of the Centre are to SEA is part of the network of Global Organization of Students for Environmental Action. who promote the efficient use of ene EAETN-Uganda aims at reducing poverty among communities in Uganda (as a part of East Africa) through u ITS is an organization which is committed to working with both urban and rural communities through achiev INFORSE-UGANDA is the national chapter of INFORSE International. deforestation. academics and policy makers involved in the promotion and developmen EDRC's mission is to research. INFORSE facilitates development of sus JEEP is an indigenous environmental NGO and is membership based. water agriculture. The institute is R&D and also pr HPZ is an NGO committed to creating and maintaining a vibrant. non-governmental organization engaged in environm CEEEZ is a non-governmental organization. the Environmental Protection and Pollution Con promote self-help. It was founded in Se SIRDC was established in February 1993 in terms of the Research Act of 1986 for the purpose of providing w ZERO develops strategies to cope with drought in Southern Africa. which is independent and non-profit making in EECZ is a grouping of researchers. HUZA engages in environmental education activities in dry NISIR undertakes research and technology development in energy. JEEP’s mission is to combat environme The mission of the Ministry is to "establish. be it electrical or renewable or fuel based. encourage and assist societies throughout the world to conserve the in ISES aims to encourage the use and acceptance of Renewable Energy technologies. formed in 1993. concentrating on gender and Dialogue’s assist poor urban families find solutions to their housing problems and poverty through a proces ETI deals with all energy issues. fore ZARD promotes research on the socio-economic position of women in Zambia. strategically manage and safeguard NEMA is the principal agency responsible for the management of the environment in Uganda and coordinat PAES is an NGO established to promote environmentally sustainable development in Africa. CDI works to increase opportunities for sustainable en EAECA is a coalition of private sector business. and consumer leaders. to realize a global com Page 20 . sustainable housing cooperative movemen SCEE is an independent research organization registered in Zimbabwe.African_Directory AVOCH executes sensitization programmes caused by bush fires. produce and disseminate or share information on the environment and deve HUZA is a non-governmental organisation founded in 1982 to_x000D_ ECZ is a statutory body created for social and of Parliament. food processing. pollution and land degrada FONGTO co-ordinates an NGO network on the management of natural resources and the protection of the e CITET is a non government institution under the Ministry of Environment and Land Use Planning. self-reliance under an Act economic_x000D_ development in the field of human settlements. promote the development. studies environmental / economic impac ENERGIA in an international network of women and sustainable energy whose goal is to engender energy a GEF forges international cooperation and finances actions to address six critical threats to the global enviro As a union. It was esta CDI is a national NGO established in Uganda in 1996. With environme The UWS was formed in 1998 and it is a membership.
f women in sustainable energy development. education and training in areas of renewable energy. biogas.ecology. The pu al problems in developing countries and to elaborate. Provides a forum for networking and discu g the Environment on the regional. Environment . includ Page 21 . farmer-initiated res ncing others. Botswana. Lesotho. Burundi. ormation Sharing and Dissemination. Those types of turbine have been used to produce electricity in many village areas. GEDSF objective is to build low-cost zation include: Environment . restoration strategies. on defining environmental policies. to educate consumers through publicity campaigns. housing. nvironment (i. environment. The mission of CADIC o power generation. small-scale manufacturing. HIV/ASIDS prevention. committee add quality to the programmes aimed Botswana and to contribute y to implement sustainable development in Angola. acquaint nationals with the environmental.security tenure. agriculture. EAA's expertise is enhanced by its commercial p ilding the capacities of environmental NGOs in developing countries. Mauritius.advocacy . transport and sustainability.lobbying. essentially. education. Policy . biomass. forestry). the market share of the company has increased steadily and become well known in i eepening the local capabilities to use. climate change and desertification. business. renewable energy/solar. associated value chains include flaring and venting.agriculture and pastoralism. in projects. d develop inventories of the natural and human resources and cultural heritage.African_Directory onsibility for the environment. CED joined FoEI in 1999. linked to education and en licy for Botswana that is being implemented now. Income generation . Community participation . At present ICESPS is accredited on a consultative status to major international organizations. world. One year after the foundation. Networking. promote and implement solutions.poverty reduction.organization. Eritrea. g materials and Housing rights. Rural Energy. Numerous camp c awareness. Malawi. Mozambique xt of development and mitigation of climate change. f a high energy output in both rural and urban areas. and takes part in the following FoE nt of planning. thanks to its dedicated and professional staff. pilot projects and support for sustainable y-related provisions of Agenda 21 and the conventions of biological diversity. project evaluation. an practice network of overseas development institute in the United Kingdom. It also coordinates an international project financ d . OBJECTIVE: To help the poor communities wer Sector Reform. KITE's mission is to influ all of its forms. educational programmes and seminars about the r nities and educational institutions on ecological issues. exchange visits. produce and develop its equipment in different applied fields. is renown fo he national and international development partners. Develops lives of the people ofat raising awareness. and national levels. setting priorities and impleme ng. Public services and infrastructure. transport munities initiatives. wide spectrum of expertise in renewable energy technologies (RETs). e-marketing.ecology. Support gion. EAAIA illustrative projects include: A database of EIA profesionals established with the Institute of Resources Asse in particular in international decision-making processes that impinge on sustainable development in East Africa. health – water & sanitation. and marketing services. waste management. la nation of cost-efficient environmentally sound technologies including renewable technologies. This is done through relation building workshops.e. This ranges from lobbying and advocacy on Multilate butes drought-related information produced by remote sensing and mapping. and in monitoring biodiversity. ADEID do proj th CED against the controversial Chad-Cameroon pipeline. Kenya. Increases public awareness of the environment through the publication of environment nal level and participates in the nationalIts goal is toof NGOs. ACTS African countries namely: Angola. E is dedicated to addressing environmental issues and promoting public awareness of these problems. Throughout that time AOYE organized and participated in a number of projects which rotate around its areas of in newable Energy industry is one of the main issues the ESES works on. training. information icts. thematic meetings. and encouraging the advisory role of NGOs throug oject design. ECS. Clean Development Mechanism and Enterprise Development. JEA has worked. thus contributing to er different fields among which are environmental consultancies. excha tions for industry. Ethiopia. ITDG-EA has five technology strategies .
development in general. et n solar energy in Nigeria. MFC's activ e. FOTE works with UNIFEM. Registered with various international professional ass f present and future generations in Namibia. a wide range of environmental. publication and public awareness. research and policy advocacy. Farming Operations. governments. good sanitation and good health and in ate environment and health awareness through trainings. Prom all areas of energy with special emphasis on developing countries. Energy. NGO’s and private sector clients. seminars. WYOCC is accredited to the UN/ECOSOC. media. awareness and advocacy on appropriate household energy devices and health impact of indoor air pollution and en with an ultimate goal of improving the quality of life decision-making and development process. Information technology. Game / Cattle. local authorities. Desertification Land Degradation. Natural Resource Management. ERA is the co-ordinat urban and rural) and involve them in all stages. UNDP. Indirectly through appointment of implementers such as the concessionaires for the non-grid electrificatio g. Genetically Modifie mitment to gender equity in training and education giving opportunity to women to participate in training or educational pacity building. are: build the capacity of the local communities around Lake Victoria in order for them to become custodians of their ow ership derived from renewable energy stakeholders in the region and beyond. educational and rural development services. Conduct ecological research expedition in Somalia. and over 300 technicians. Permaculture Plan h and analysis. g and job-creation activities. training and advisory services in environmental management and related fields that are directed toward . organization of events. Page 22 . Solarnet is wel tation of the Habitat Agenda – the global plan of action adopted by the international community at the Habitat II Confer ps and publishes magazines on sustainable development issues. lso has a youth programme which has environment programs in secondary schools. tainable development by working in partnership with rural. tions and international aid organizations. and consequently are environmentally safe. lanting and organic gardening. Land Use Planning. Technical design and e to address sustainable job creation through training. egic support to SADC. Agama's capacities are: Conceptual visioning. AfriWEA also aims to be a credible u orld. nment to address country's degrading environment and water problems. desertification in Somalia. Air Quality. The vision o ces of energy. It offers these services on a retainer consu rogrammes. Coastal Area. Create free plantation nurseries and imp is to improve environmental knowledge and facilitate technology transfer between ESKOM and other interested parties o further the wind energy interest of Africa in particular and developing countries. Sice inception. including desertification. Publishes and environmental newsletter and encourages the local population to particip cient clay stoves. community sensitive policy environment. human rights. peri-urban populations and local entrepreneurs. who are ties and institutes in Nigeria and abroad. sustainable energy and micro-enterprise development etc. s nationally. Biodiversity. ses. SEN hopes to enhance he local people have access to adequate clean water that meets their demands. sound and sustainable. health and welfare. Climate Change. development and support to previously disadvantaged communit ed through technical. stressing the need for sustainable development activities and the adverse effects of using wood and coal as fuel. workshops. The centre undertakes a number of studies and design assignment for the government of Mozambique enhance our technological expertise to the benefit of our clients. and administrative support. Entrepreneurship development. Planning of more sustainable energy systems. WEDEN also m alternative and efficient energy planning and management for sustainable development. conferences liasing with other bodies o and appropriate vocational skills acquisition. al infrastructure. KOEE serves schools and communities in Kenya and the Eastern logy in agriculture. labour and the economy. Housing technology. and to aid in the general development of the locality. the comp[any has become a leader in the field of industrial env tal justice federation campaigning to protect the environment and to create sustainable societies. WYOCC Kenya are involved in urban waste managem ent into energy efficient and appropriate technology.African_Directory rds sustainable development. through action learning. educational. development agencies. youth.
and hydro. Non-racialism and non rm for communities to articulate concerns regarding environmental matters and to elicit support for solutions to enviro to build community awareness and solidarity between communities. Earthlife Africa's activities include campaigns on dams. ectively with the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). Branches. and selected public interest litigation. there tiated in 1991 in response to needs felt in the run up to the Rio Summit . The vision of the energy sector is to effectively contribute to the growth of national e olar energy and in response to international and local demand for environment protection and poverty reduction. to comply with the various national environmental requ ntary initiative amongst a group of friends. live s to assist developers. COBETS goals is: Improve the quality of Tanzanian people.African_Directory frica and Earthlife Africa Namibia. Central and Eastern Europe. and integrated approaches to human settlement development through a focus on housing. Holds seminars and workshops on issues related to environmental problems.that environment cannot be understood outsid orting its model of autombile dependence to developing countries and. towards stabilization of GHG able environment and socio-economic development of communities. demonstrations and implementation. and contribute to i and techno-economic studies. and desired outcome to South Africa by providing affordable and informed consultation and guidance. h NGOs. Other utilization possibilities of this principle source of energy are in passive building design and energy eff ty organizations and community groups in decision-making processes that affect them…and so encourage the developm rivate and local institutions in order to progressively eliminate poverty an increase the opportunities for the poor. protection in Tanzania. advocacy and action. from the developed world and Africa through networking. energy efficient products. SES activities are focused both in rural and urban communities. ainable. between civil society organization energy for electricity generation. The members offers many years of work experience in Southern Africa. The C inder United Nations Covention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to which she is a signatory. As a shared resource directed by acting in the interest of its participants organizations. Availability o nds to facilitate a process that leads to a creation of an environment in which information and communication on and a tion related to research findings. Ecologically sustainable environment. The vision of Solcen is to uplift the people rmation exchange on national. upply. AGENDA seeks to promote among business entrepreneurs in Tanzania g health education to communities in Tanzania. Its membersh port national developments goals. dams. advocacy. Friends Groups and Environmental Youth Clubs. Over the years she has grown into a formidable force advocating for sustain nd accountable business practices in the country. Presently. tion and to participate in protection of our environment for sustainable development. energy efficient technologies includ nd plays. infrastructure. on business potentials. land. Conducts management consulting which includes supporting the g of the energy and development needs and challenges in South Africa. A new division known as RAPS Finance provides finance and development services to viable SMMEs in the sector wable appropriate technologies. WESSA's vision is to strengthen its effectiveness as an i ble. The IERM is the logical association for managers responsible for management processes invo ernment authorities and their associations world-wide. timberwat kes an integrated and holistic view of the process of development. including environmental matters. greenhou tors. Facilitation of win-win stakeholde uctures) geodesic dome structures suitable for traditional housing as well as the government subsidized low-cost housin rove South African’s quality of life by focusing on management support & research in the learning community and dome NGO whose contributions to urban development processes are widely known and valued. IIEC Africa promotes energy and transport options that address both the development and environmental im ts on a non-profit basis and specifically focus on: Innovative policy research solutions. nd related development initiatives. supports information campaigns. the SDCEA seeks to stre but has focussed in the last five years in education and leadership for the most part through volunteers from abroad rch. regional and international climate policies and issues. LEAT carries out policy research. most recently. ICLEI's mission is to build and serve a worldwide movement of lo anizations. nd to meet the growing demand for training and solar services in the region. experience and familiarity with the continent’s institutio ommon set of values and social objectives: Social Justice. ITPD nd. It supports communities by providing or brokering on management in Africa. toxic waste. Climate Change and Environmental Poli ces. the focus is on sustainable energy. achieving its goals by placing a strong emphasis on t on on the Internet and facilitates services of meetings. It build capacity and provides training. from both the private and public sectors. Courses in the following areas are offered: Energy Policy and Management. SADC and the rest of Africa. The organization was registered in 1990 as a natio Page 23 .
res mental matters. the Royal Norwegian Society for Rural Development (NRD/NORCO s and disseminate information. This is achieved through: Providing forum for addressing. e role of women in sustainable energy development. analyze and make usefu easing awareness and participation in environmental conservation and natural resource management for sustainable d ealth and welfare of persons. working in partnership with the private se al secretariat coordinates the IUCN programme and serves the Union membership. wh vironmental agenda. The specific roles of CEEEZ is to investigate. nt organic pollutants (POPS). project design and development. ECZ's mission is to regulate and coordinate environmental managem o-operative Housing and Building Associations (NBBL). Took its name from a conviction that the g ldlife and the environment. GEF brings together 173 member governments. relevant government ministries. environment and engineering. policy and project planning. ITS aims and objectives are: To provide tailor made training programmes that are relevant to the targ . Disseminates cultural techniques to pro as set to satisfy the needs of Tunisia and other countries in the Arab-African and Mediterranean region in terms of tran ional policy discussions on sustainable energy and climate change. Dialogue works in a p ning. implementation is the responsibility of relevant line ministries. CBOs and other institutions. The institute provides services uthorities. l level. to create and distribute publications for various target groups to support the dissemination of Page 24 . implementation. assessment testing and training. and housing cooperatives across Zimbabwe to assist people of limited mean activities are targeted at providing strategic information for environment protection through implementation of technica as a constitution which was adopted from VOICES charter which comprises 20 principles ranging from Education to Pers Research and Development (R&D) activities are carried out in the seven specialized constituent Research institutes. cesses that create suitable living conditions through poor’s own initiatives and self determination.African_Directory phasis on the use of fast-growing trees in the reforestation of desertified areas. and the environment. consultancy services in construction of energy saving stoves for schools. prac ing and research. implementation and monitoring. The Alliance is dedicated to the enlightment and demonstration of multiple benefits of energy efficiency to polic organizations in specific skills in particular: research. knowledge and technical support th operation and exchange. health units. Environment liaison units with each line d community level actions as well as between regional and global processes. advocating and debating conserva he fields of energy.
information technology and income generation. forests. re toring biodiversity. Somalia. The underlying theme for the program is capacity building for policy. is renown for its quality work and dedication to each task at hand. the experience of founders and associated consultants provided a sol d fields. including UNEP (Nairobi). a bi-sem ntal. Facilitate r Institute of Resources Assessment. e manufacturing. management. Uganda. Energy for Sustainable Developm dvisory role of NGOs through the international environmental conventions and organs of the United Nations. and energy. NREA is entrusted to pla otate around its areas of interest. transport. Some of its main projects in recent years include the Environmental Street Project. Seychelles. Consequently. agriculture. ecological debt. KITE's mission is to influence policy formulation and implementation in favour of sustainable development through es and seminars about the rights and responsibilities of consumers. and assist re nd support for sustainable community participatory development programs. This is clearly reflected in the sound ti ting priorities and implementing initiatives within a context of sustainable development. Mozambique. through information. Collaborates with other intergovernmental bo essional staff. Participates in national and international demonstrations related to sustainable dev at raising awareness. HIV/ASIDS prevention. Supports governments in developing approriate policies for environmental sustainability.poverty reduction. genetica and advocacy on Multilateral Development Banks sponsored fossil fuel projects to Energy Policies in Cameroon. capacity building/training. through the provision of voluntary services e and desertification. Numerous campaigns and projects have brought the organization considerable expertise in forestry issues. relevant case studies and publications. farmer-initiated research and extension. Sudan. the benefits of reducing energy waste. th international project financed by the United Nation Global Environment Facility for the design and manufacture of wind bjective is to build low-cost houses. According to the Law 4/1997 fo and become well known in its field. Rwanda. Habitat (Nairobi) GEF-UNDP. thus contributing to limit fossil fuel use and. ion. Botswana and to contribute to of economic and education the country. protecting the environment from pollution. and other UN agencies vocal points. The mission of CADIC is to alleviate poverty and to enhance the quality of life throughout the DRC by empowering illage areas. University of Dar es Salaam to provide information on experts available in the sub-r pment in East Africa. exchange theinformationdevelopment of on environmental and development concerns. ECOSO Page 25 . Curren um for networking and discussion on promoting sustainable development. e visits. The purpose of the Organisation is to enhance the role of East Africa's NGOs and community-base hanced by its commercial partnership with a UK-based sustainable energy consultancy. ADE es part in the following FoEI campaigns and programs: climate change. Tanzania._x000D_ linked to education and environmental awareness.African_Directory publication of environment bulletins. It issues weekly two radio programmes about environment. Zambia and Zimbab and venting. urban livelihoods and shelter. desertification. ADEID do project management for social organization of population involved in development projects. tional organizations. schools and dispensaries in urban and rural areas with utilizing local building mater n . research. ACTS' research and capacity building activities are organized in four programmatic areas: Biopolic awi. F help the poor communities improve their circumstances through active programmes in conservation of environment. s ent. problems. land use and forestry. low-cost housing and agriculture. South Africa. Mauritius.
Rural Area e in training or educational activities as a means to improve lives or contribution of women in their households. BEN was established in February 2002 and working together with t ervices on a retainer consulting relationship as well as on a project based consulting relationship. analyze and build capacities wi r the non-grid electrification programme. Through its services gement. promote sustainable livelihoods for the communities. f indoor air pollution and environmental concerns. MFC's activities include: environmental protection. democratize development and good gove tion and good health and involves in activities that protect the environment. Page 26 . bilateral donors and industrial concerns in Mozambique. ERA is the co-ordinating NGO in Africa for Oilwatch International. FOTE is the West African focal point of ENERGIA. ternational professional associations. women. SWAPHEP areas of focus include: Water an liasing with other bodies or institutions.African_Directory s in Kenya and the Eastern and Southern Africa region through activities in environmental education. provision of energy services to meet the needs of ru tal Area. Promotes tree planting. Fresh Water. product and service excellence. eties. Sustainable Developmen ds that are directed towards environmental sustainability. SEN hopes to enhance environmental conservation and its responsibility. Water Pollution. Its aim is to provide an essential service to Eskom primarily also aims to be a credible umbrella organization representing wind energy sectors in Africa and thus assisting interactio tems. responsible utilisation. WEDEN also manages a Resource Centre that the students. CEM’s mission is to research. Fishery. wood and coal as fuel. Reduce government of Mozambique. farmers and policy-makers use local population to participate in sustainable development projects. lobby and advocate fo technicians. lantation nurseries and implement re-forestation programs. They of the locality. and Research Commissioning. It s activities contribute to the overall objective of th ed in urban waste management projects. and also belongs to local networks. the global network of groups concerned about th sound and sustainable. Solarnet is well positioned to stimulate broad policy reform and advocate for increased use of renewable te nity at the Habitat II Conference in Istanbul. local and international etc. entrepreneurs. we offer a multi-disciplinary approach for the exploration. with proven competence. Protected Area Planning and Management. public awareness come custodians of their own environment. government and NGOs. Fishery. youths. Genetically Modified Organisms. in June 1996. Soil Conservation. y disadvantaged communities in the Western Cape. Permaculture Planning. m vate sector clients. and socio-economic effects on household energy ladder in the rural a ess. Urban Environment. Technical design and project management of renewable energy systems. The vision of the Centre is financial self-sustainability through program. who are increasingly aware of the need to incorporate Environmental Assessment (EA) as an integra in the field of industrial environmental services. orks with UNIFEM. rural and urban projects in empowering youth especially young women. Provide occupational skills training to enable villagers to be nd other interested parties in South Africa and World-Wide. and Research. Turkey. to arrive at concepts which opment etc. etc. UNDP.
viable SMMEs in the sector in both rural and urban areas. and good governance. economic efficiency. gistered in 1990 as a national non-governmental. investment and development regimes. SAEP outhern Africa. Non-racialism and non-sexism. and desired outcome to implement development which provide and overall positive social and environmental impa olcen is to uplift the people of Southern Africa through the sustainable use of solar energy. rning community and domestic energy sectors.from a variety of occupations an disciplines. Formulates national. In South Africa. NGO. clinics. TATEDO's vision is c Page 27 . IIEC supports various housing developme ation of win-win stakeholder solutions. Environmental Education. Its membership largely includes lawyers concerned with environmental management and democratic gov to the growth of national economy and to improve the standards of living of population in a sustainable and environme d poverty reduction. with an emphasis on the poor and vulnerable. and environmental sustainability in the energy s nmental matters. tuck shops. EcoLink is committed to hich includes supporting the development of strategy and design of environmental and development organizations. solar energy systems and their market potentials. pertaining to South Africa a th the continent’s institutional structures. thereby preserving and prot en civil society organizations and with other interested institutions. timberwatch. integrated energy planning and energy efficiency. People before profits. thereby embedding local democracy annot be understood outside a relationship with scoi-economic development. with a focus on capacity building and networking.African_Directory xic waste. schools. The Company's main areas of expertis ent. non-profit energy and environment organization. Management o en its effectiveness as an independent. nge and Environmental Policy Management in Energy. livelihoods. tions and implementation. holiday homes. Between 1997 and 2003. ITPD chose on counteracting this development. orce advocating for sustainable development and the integration of environmental issues into development work. USN activities national environmental requirements. Environmental Planning.young and old . Prov f Africa. the SDCEA seeks to strengthen and support action taken by communities to address the environmental injustices th h volunteers from abroad . SEED is a lding design and energy efficiency. Landsca a worldwide movement of local governments to achieve tangible improvements in global environmental and sustainable ment and environmental imperatives of the African continent. and contribute to improved social equity. owards stabilization of GHG at levels that allow the ecosystem to adapt to the climate change. especially in a country with limited resou al and Eastern Europe. poverty and environment is directed is directed at the empowerment of fficient technologies including. regional and international polic ns. The inter-disciplinary nature of SESSA attracts the membership of industry. marketing of solar ene rest litigation. It seeks to build the community voice by fa management processes involving: Eco Tourism. scientist so encourage the development of environmental policies and practices that address environmental injustice and prom rtunities for the poor. Democratic and transparent governance. Promotes use. es. greenhouse gas issues. infrastructure. anian people. Horticulture. Acting with and in t pport for solutions to environmental problems socially. game reserves. Availability of employment and income generating opportunities which are essential for poverty reductio d communication on and about human rights. Networking of information resources. and clean energy. cing a strong emphasis on the active participation of the communities with which it is involved. SEED supports national networking for the echange of experience and information. working to achieve a South Africa which is wisely managed by all to ensu ng. The Centre accommodates the Head Office as well as a small but expanding library of renewable. while at the same ti es by providing or brokering strategic and technical advise and information. s entrepreneurs in Tanzania a culture of responsible to the environment and sustainable development. land. Environmental Policy and Management in Mining. agricultural buildings. financially and ecologically sustainable way. dams. Building of empowering stakeholder capab subsidized low-cost housing sector.
SEA is working on campus greenin ent Research institutes. which comprises tnership with the private sector. To this end. Dialogue works in a partnership with an autonomous network of community organizations – the Zimbabwe Home e institute provides services covering solar pv. ate environmental management. and international institutions to address complex environmental issues while su ge and technical support they need to achieve their goals. science and politics in workshop Page 28 . ssist people of limited means in building and maintaining affordable housing for themselves. mini/micro hydro. analyze and make useful conclusions and policy recommendations on energy. Equity to wealth. The CITET aims to provide t of energy efficiency to policymakers. the private sector and the public at large. iaison units with each line ministry are responsible for integrating environmental concerns into their sectoral pans. health units. HPZ offers hou implementation of technically sound sustainable development options as well as the implementation of sustainable dev ging from Education to Personal value. which serves as the technical operational organs of SIRDC. It also receives contributions fromloc ation. practical technological skills. biomass and biogas areas. army barracks and others on mutually agreed terms.African_Directory s cultural techniques to protect better the environment. solar thermal. promote awareness. and ensure environmental protection through enforcement of reg Development (NRD/NORCOOP) and a number of European Church organisations. and rom a conviction that the goals of sustainable development can be achieved fundamentally through forging partnership ating and debating conservation issues. Providing informed and non-biased information to the government on environm te. to bring together industry. environment and engineering concer nagement for sustainable development. It is the Alliance's conviction the by effic ation and monitoring. and from networking to fun. upport the dissemination of renewable energy technologies. The research staff. restaurants. ean region in terms of transferring. Through networking. prisons. adapting and promoting ecological friendly technology. that are relevant to the target groups. To share info or schools. NGOs. To advocate for conducive transport programmes that are pro-poor.
FoE Ghana emphasizes the need to integrate environmental sustainability with gender eq conservation of environment. the United Nations. clearly reflected in the sound ties existing between ECS and its local and international partners and clients. housing. advocacy and educational tours focusing on women. EDAG a e expertise in forestry issues. international financial institutions. The Centre a. transport and community development. ECOSOC (New York). ADEID works on biodiversity projects for promotion of renewable energy. N agencies vocal points. ur programmatic areas: Biopolicy. In a short period of time. and trade. (ESD). NREA is entrusted to plan and implement renewable energy programs in coordinating with other concerned nat Environmental Street Project. Facilitate research on policy. es about environment. Currently. to advoc provision of voluntary services of youth experts in varying fields of community and natural resources management. ozone. econo n experts available in the sub-region and their areas of expetise and experience in environmental impact assessment w a's NGOs and community-based organisations (CBOs) to influence policy-making on issues of sustainable development nergy for Sustainable Development Ltd. rch. cological debt. AFREPREN also maintains close collaborative links with energy researchers and poli s capacity building for policy. project development and implementation in energy. technology and e ing energy waste. and ongoing projects for Solid Waste Management and design and manufacture of wind pumps used for pumping water for irrigation. commercial and industrial consumers in improving energy efficiency. Zambia and Zimbabwe. the Environmental Hotline Service. training. capacity building/training. it ghout the DRC by empowering Congolese Women to raise their standard of living through self-sustaining solar home sy d in development projects. a bi-semestral environmental newspaper and. ECS excelle According to the Law 4/1997 for the Protection of the Environment. NE llution. renewable energy.African_Directory tions related to sustainable development. collaborates monthly in television programmes. Uganda. ICESPS's team of experts is comprised of highly qualified profesionals with Page 29 . GVC is working on power sector reforms in Africa in general and Cameroon in partic ith other intergovernmental bodies on projects aimed at reducing desertification in Sahelian countries. regulatory frameworks and investment approaches that are compatible with development mental sustainability. youth/children. genetically modified organisms. leading to development strategies that are ecologically sound. networking. and assist residential. EEAA was restructured with the new mandate to su ated consultants provided a solid base for initiating the environmental consulting services. Climate Change and Capacity Development. land reclamation and drinking water supp th utilizing local building materials. tainable development through research. en gy Policies in Cameroon. lopment concerns. Environmental Governance. forests. mining. solar energy.
They debates on NEPAD. and through optimization of local self-reliance. Urban Agricultu analyze and build capacities with respect to: greening development. Planning and Development.African_Directory al education. munities.one of Southern Africa's most valued natu l Assessment (EA) as an integral part of their planning. rk of groups concerned about the effects of oil on the environment of people who leave in oil-bearing regions. responsible utilisation. Mountains. r increased use of renewable technologies in appropriate situations in Kenya backed with demonstrational intervention te to the overall objective of the UN system to reduce poverty and promote sustainable development within the contex especially young women. to arrive at concepts which will precipitate formats for scientific investigation and research to discovering formal so farmers and policy-makers use for their researches and other information gathering purposes. greening governa Page 30 . te Urban Environment. Flood/Storm Water Management. in facilitating technology transfer and increasing the skills level. The offers one-week short courses in: So ervices to meet the needs of rural and un-served areas using renewable energy technologies. public awareness and training for sustainable development. lobby and advocate for sound environmental management policies. Reduce poverty. Pollution. old energy ladder in the rural and urban communities. WYOCC Kenya is also a me roduct and service excellence. wetlands Resources Conser etc. greening business in all sectors. Through its services it aims to integrate economic. Tourism Site Location. WEDEN promotes netwo aining to enable villagers to become self-supporting and give up forest burning for living._x000D_ ation. social and environmental sustainability. 02 and working together with the South African National Department of Transport (DoT). Transp men in their households. ze development and good governance among its target audience. African union and the world social forum. the Cape Provincial DoT and m ationship. Biodiversity. as well as to provide a ca and thus assisting interaction and co-operation between all energy players. Economic Development And Trade. areas of focus include: Water and Sanitation. ERA work belongs to local networks. Agricultural schemes to assis ntial service to Eskom primarily. Rural Area. genetic resources conservat ration. drinking water supply. Laws And Regulations. create consciousness for environment protection. management and protection of groundwater . Sustainable Development Strategic Planning.
Acting with and in the interest of the poor. aiming to build their voice. developers and the general public – the only qualification is a keen intere vironmental injustice and promote sustainable development. mpany's main areas of expertise are:. TATEDO's vision is communities with better access to sustainable energy services for poverty reduction. including Oxford ence and information. Future plans envisage social and environmental impact.African_Directory volved. gs. Management of Mining and Minerals Policy. regional and international policy options and position papers on climate change issues. Beyond the ncy. Between 1997 and 2003. granny flats. tuck shops. Reduce environmental degradation through ected at the empowerment of communities for sustainable development and good human relations. cost effectiv xpanding library of renewable. EcoLink is committed to offering new opportunities for sustainable self – development through environment edu evelopment organizations. while at the same time striving to improve the quality of life of the disadvantaged communities. Undertake further collaborative the environmental injustices threatening their health and well-being. Seeking a different non-hierarchical f nable way. Ene overnance. scientists. SOIT focuses on wome ganization. in a sustainable and environmental friendly manner while the mission is to provide safe. ment in Mining. development. support Planning. Horticulture. Nature Conservation. Its mission is to promote public participation i and vulnerable. pertaining to South Africa and Africa as a whole.Energy Management and Energy Performance Contracting . reliable. training and capacity building. Opportun wisely managed by all to ensure long-term environmental sustainability. game reserves. information for development and al sustainability in the energy sector through public-advocacy and understanding for policy implementation. gy. USN activities include advocacy. SAEP has hosted interns from a number of top universities around the world. SEED is a co-operation programme between South Africa and Denmark and is funded by DANIDA embership of industry. marketing of solar energy systems. eco Page 31 . storage facilities etc. information dissemination. p es into development work. Availability of health information services. thatched gazebos. The centre has workshop and meeting facilities for small groups. e essential for poverty reduction. thereby preserving and protecting our environment and the well being of future generation. researches. compact fluorescent lamps and other energy efficient products which. Provides consulting services in environmental information. Recreation & Urban Greening. Management of Petroleum Policy and Economics. efficient. are anagement and democratic governance in Tanzania. research..Energy Audits. uild the community voice by facilitating links between communities faced with similar environmental problems. environmental and sustainable development conditions through cumulative local actions. Within three main programme areas. rts various housing development initiatives to ensure that the opportunity for more efficient and healthier low cost hom empowering stakeholder capabilities. EMG role covers info in a country with limited resources and large inequity in sharing those resources. Landscape Design. spaza shops. tes use.
HPZ offers housing cooperatives financial consultation. JEEP has built links INFORSE network. which comprises of scientist and engineers in each institute. CEEEZ carries out studies. reports directly to the Institute Directors. Through networking. and biogas areas. to advise governments and organiza Page 32 . ally through forging partnerships and building consensus among governments. izations – the Zimbabwe Homeless People’s Federation. x environmental issues while supporting national sustainable development initiatives. To undertake capacity building programess in the transp eed terms. conferences and summits on Renewable Energy. ves. it is possible to get the most out of it and at the same time save mon that are pro-poor.African_Directory gy. By participating in various projects the Centre has gathered a lot of ex A is working on campus greening. management training and technical services th plementation of sustainable development policy. In addition. academic and private s o the government on environmental issues in Uganda. man Alliance's conviction the by efficient use of energy. and implementing activities with the mandate of the Ministry. research and development. The CITET aims to provide to help in strengthening skills and capacities building in protecting the environment. consultancy and t ion through enforcement of regulations and the prevention and control of pollution in support of sustainable developme receives contributions fromlocal sources. To share information on transport services. This includes the introduction of recycled paper and energy saving garbage preventio research staff. NGOs. cience and politics in workshops. To this end. The East African Communities’ Organization for M ns into their sectoral pans. Seeking to influence policy formulation for better environmental nment and engineering concerns. research.
African_Directory hly in television programmes. Major campaigns and programs underway are concerned with trade and the enviro ommunity development. monitor implementation o onmental impact assessment work. Sierra Leone and Senegal. economically viable. trade and information. s. NECE became recogenized among the interested parties in the field of energy and environm ating with other concerned national and international institutions. A fellowship programme developed to enable attachments of young professionals t es of sustainable development. and socialy and culturally acceptable in Africa. EcoNews Africa sup ghly qualified profesionals with extensive experience in various fields. The Centre works with UN bodies. city Development. Ghana. e compatible with development goals. universities. women. In a short period of time. artners and clients. Nigeria. environment and sustainability eneral and Cameroon in particular. ECS excelled in providing technical assistance in the following fields: Environmental Impact Assessm ed with the new mandate to substitute the institution initially established in 1982. NREA has a well qualified proffesional staff in most o r Solid Waste Management and Recycling in addition to the annual meeting for university youth leaders on environmen mation and drinking water supply. it realizes talks in schools. t are ecologically sound. technology and environmental issues. mining. and trade. EEAA represents es. During its 15 years of existence CADIC ha able energy. In this regard. At the central level. Its member th energy researchers and policy makers from Cote d'Ivoire. Page 33 . ion in energy. EDAG aims to reduce poverty in Ghana through these strategies/interventions. NGOs and government around the world. Focus is on the liberasation and Privatization of the Electricity sector and its impact elian countries. ozone. in particular on environment. and also other practical activities as demonstration of paper re gh self-sustaining solar home systems for lighting. al sustainability with gender equity. health centers and schools. in partnerships with other leading local and international organizat ing energy efficiency. youth/children. to advocate for policies that address customer service issues and promote national policies for th ural resources management.
greening governance at all levels. genetic resources conservation and financial security in households. Education. nationally and globally on the following campaigns: Forest and Development. drinking water supply._x000D_ Development. Sustainable Energy. ACEE's offers the following environmentally related services to . Capacity Building. Our principal focus is soil and groundwater contamination studies. on a regional basis within the African context. as well as internationall Page 34 . Transportation. ERA works locally. CHEES has expertise in the following poses. Dams and Campaigns. Health. technology transfer and the training of local technicians. as well as to provide a service to South Africa. WYOCC Kenya is also a member of the East African Energy Technology Development Network. Agricultural schemes to assist farmers to plant trees. Homestead Con ogies. Solarnet is actively involved in public service activities such as: information sharing. one-week short courses in: Solar Technology. b development within the context and the challenges of a rapid urbanizing world. hern Africa's most valued natural resources. provide health seeds. n all sectors. Public Awaren on. O lls level. wetlands Resources Conservation. the Cape Provincial DoT and many overseas donor agencies. C ty. Community Development. the project facilitates the transportation of thousands of ustainability. farming equipment and general training. Multi and Bi-lateral organizations and Gove g. Permaculture. Urban Open Space Planning.African_Directory h demonstrational interventions. Women and environment. WEDEN promotes networking and collaboration among NGOs. Urban Agriculture. um. design a n oil-bearing regions. CBOs. Public Hea search to discovering formal solutions to tropical problems and policy formulation. Rainwater Harvesting and Rehabilitation. and delivery of enterprise develo Development And Trade. paying attention towards gender equity.
Duke mark and is funded by DANIDA.African_Directory ment through environment education and skills training. IIEC Africa is also actively involved in global climate change work in or lities etc. Edinburg.Energy ng a different non-hierarchical form of organization. icy implementation. EMG role covers information (providing good quality research. Opportunities for Entrepreneurs in Minerals and Energy. access to government d ient and healthier low cost homes is not missed. Mining Legislation: Minerals and Petroleu o promote public participation in caring for the Earth. SOIT and its partners rec vices for poverty reduction.40 affordable units of approx Undertake further collaborative action to promote effective NGOs involvement in efforts to address the threat of global und the world. supporting community campaigns including negotiations with industry. including Oxford. Its aim is conserve the Earth's vitality and diversity by: promoting g. the Centre collaborates with a number of local and international institutions ontracting . facil g and Minerals Policy. nvironmental problems.Energy Audits. promoting participation. Future plans envisage the development of gated communities consisting of 30 . aged communities. ly qualification is a keen interest in renewable energy and its utilization to ensure a sustainable energy future.New and Renewable Sources of Energy . info and analysis into the public domain). The mission o Page 35 . cost effective and environmental compatible energy services to the wide cross section of the popula groups. and project development. Energy Efficiency Promotion and Advocacy . SOIT focuses on women's use and access to renewable energy technologies. formation for development and strategic environmental management. Beyond the University. me areas. y efficient products which. In 1998. process facilitation. Stanford. Create avenues for self employment among young professiona reliable. ronmental degradation through provision of environment sound technology such as: Availability of improved sustainab an relations. efficient. University of California at Berkeley. arvard. Believing that together we are stronger than alone. economic growth and social development while conserving the environment. are environmentally friendly. information dissemination. Yale. Cambridge.
nergy saving garbage prevention. Centre has gathered a lot of experience in energy and environment. tly to the Institute Directors. animals. in accorda and at the same time save money for other financial obligations. pport of sustainable development…so as to provide for the health and welfare of persons. vise governments and organizations in policy. Uganda NGO Coalition for Sustainable D search. Raising awareness about the environment and wildlife. Promotes partnerships as a vital means for generating common under lation for better environmental management. academic and private sector institutions. environment and engineering. improve business competit lding programess in the transport sector. plants and the envir aining and technical services throughout various stages of cooperative and housing development. To provide consu ommunities’ Organization for Management of Lake Victoria resources (ECOVIC).African_Directory otecting the environment. increase comfort at home. vegetation inventory and climate change. consultancy and training in the areas of energy. managing natural resources and mastering environmentally friendly technologies. To engage and collaborate in research and implementation. implementation and sustainability of Renewable Energy activities world-w Page 36 . The Society works evelopment.
sustainable fisheries and agriculture. Its member states are: Kenya.African_Directory es as demonstration of paper re-cycling. Industrial Pollution Prevention and Control. EcoNews Africa supports the policy implementation and experience sharing among NGOs and CBOs in order Page 37 . and carry out their periodic evaluation. EEAA represents the executive arm of the Ministry. erosion and promote the use of renewable e Electricity sector and its impacts on Sustainable development. Malawi. The Principal functions of the Agency include: Formu the field of energy and environment. Environmental Audits. t t around the world. promote national policies for the sustainable development of energy and the adoption of energy saving technologies. Tourism and Co e central level. Assi ments of young professionals to EIA firms for mentoring and learning by doing. erned with trade and the environment. Development of a list server of member his regard. monitor implementation of an action on environment-related policies. qua ied proffesional staff in most of the renewable energy fields including about (122) engineers supported by a cadre of 10 y youth leaders on environmental and sustainable development which AOYE have been implementing on an annual bas /interventions. NECE is recognized through its high level of professionalism and commitment. FoE Ghana Las takes part in the Fo ocal and international organizations. Malta and Uganda. On the other hand. mining. The International Centre for Research in ne and Senegal. GVC is also engaged on the study on Environmental Impact Assessments. rica. JEA is a member of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (ICUN) s 15 years of existence CADIC has been working hard to fight deforestation.
Project Implementation. Waste and Sanitatio -lateral organizations and Government on the sustainable development of the Niger Delta region. broader networking. Bicycle worksh ontext. Savannah. value-c Page 38 . Community Resources Centres. Technology Transfer. Agricultural Extension services. Energy and Climate Change. Industry and Man towards gender equity. Dams munity Development. as well as internationally within the context developing and transition economies. training. on a transdisciplinary. S has expertise in the following fields: Environmental programmes. Environmental and Health Education. and technical programme support t Rehabilitation. MFC also participate in ener apacity Building. already existing elements of the society that possess good level p onmentally related services to Eskom business units. development of environmental manageme gns: Forest and Development. Organize and manage. Leadership and Democratization for local Government and Rural D d delivery of enterprise development services for companies in the cleaner energy sector. Public Awareness. Great Britain and the United States to South Africa. Gender and Charity. design and implementation of remedial technologies. Public Health Researches. Scientific Research. government institutions and NGOs: The ide transportation of thousands of bicycles from Europe. South African industry. Homestead Construction Technology.African_Directory such as: information sharing. Oilwatch. uipment and general training. standards development. contamination studies.
Proper tree planting. SOIT projects and activities are mainly based in the regi he environment. h ment among young professionals in Tanzania ide cross section of the population on a sustainable manner.Strate ger than alone. is into the public domain). SAEP early efforts have focussed on Sinethemba Senior Secon ainable energy future. by entering into strategic alliances with partners who can add value to E able Sources of Energy . Integrating conservation and development. dustry.40 affordable units of approximately 80 square meters each. and Oberlin. evelopment. Improved solid and liquid waste management. IIEC Africa is al . The ministry plays the role of facilitating the investment a 1998. Initiate civil society capacity building and public awareness raising to promote of California at Berkeley.Environmental Management and Auditing . or to meet decision-m gislation: Minerals and Petroleum Resources Development Act. and linking communities with nati obal climate change work in order to minimize the effects of GHG emissions in South Africa.African_Directory al and international institutions and agencies. to address the threat of global warming. Health and Safety Act. Dartmouth.Energy and Environment Advisory Services . facilitation (bringing interested group together to share and strategize. access to government decision makers and officials. ailability of improved sustainable energy services. The mission of TaTEDO is to develop and promote rational use of renewable energy technologies (RET Page 39 . In addition. clustered around communal facilities. Multi-Stakeholder Negotiations in ity and diversity by: promoting sound environmental values and lifestyles. SOIT and its partners received the European Solar Prize. and access to the media. Duke.
and wildlife. Scope of ITS activities includes: NGO Coalition for Sustainable Development. enhance regional as well as national security and protect the environment. and avoiding duplication of effort. information. in accordance with options taken at national level and regional priorities. plants and the environment of Zambia. finance. The Society works with the Government of the Rebublic of Uganda. To provide consultancy and advisory services in transport management. improve business competitiveness. Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO s. ewable Energy activities world-wide. Sustainable developmen me. animals.African_Directory riendly technologies. s for generating common understanding sharing of knowledge. plementation. Page 40 .
to strengthen the private sector. implementing on an annual basis since 1989 in all Egyptian public universities. eers supported by a cadre of 109 trained technicians. conventions. Solid and Hazardous and Waste Management. commitments by governmen ment of a list server of members for exchange of information and discussion on practical issues.African_Directory onservation of Nature (ICUN) since 1992. Environ s of the Agency include: Formulating environmental policies. Preparing the necessary plans for Environmental protectio ionalism and commitment. CADIC has organized the National Consu also engaged on the study on the state of renewable energies in Cameroon on and Control. Assist and monitor implementation of the treaties. Hold national and regio mong NGOs and CBOs in order to influence policy formulation and review. Ozone an f energy saving technologies. EcoNews Africa activities are undertaken in Page 41 . to improve economic productivity by developing and im ational Centre for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF) and the Third World Academy of Science (TWAS) are also founding t their periodic evaluation. Forest. and takes part in some environmental projects in the Southern Region of Afric promote the use of renewable energies and the stoves of a high energy output. Desertification. Tourism and Coastal Zone Management Studies. One of the largest national projects AOY Ghana Las takes part in the FoEI Climate Change. International Financial Institutions. quality performance and productivity. 63 accountants ans economists besides the administrative staff.
MFC also participate in energy & environment policy work with the Malian government. Policy. on a transdisciplinary. Increase level of environmental understanding amon t institutions and NGOs: The identification of environmental training needs. Public He ociety that possess good level perception of environmental issues. value-creating and enabling basis. Comprehensive Management. local Government and Rural Development. Environmental Engineering. P nt of environmental management strategies and environmental auditing. Human Rights. which can be fur . mate Change. Labour. Poverty. Information. nder and Charity. policy advice to governmental and inter-governmental agencies. Bicycle workshop projects are then established and the local community empowered. industrial Safety. Page 42 . workshops. ogy Transfer. The development of courses. The Centre has been chosen by the Institute for International Energy Conse or. Industry and Manufacturing. c to South Africa. International Relations. n services. Savannah. and Environmental Information Service.African_Directory technical programme support to community groups. Waste and Sanitation. Dams and Desertification.
Appropriate agricultura of facilitating the investment and foster understanding. Securing the protection an gement.ISO 14001 and ISO 9000 Administration . harvesting and forest management techniques. Pollution control. In addition. wable energy technologies (RETs) and environmentally sound practices through provision of relevant information. onservation and development. c awareness raising to promote human-induced climate change to ecologically sustainable levels. knowl Page 43 . During 1993. Encouraging and generating individual and community action. or to meet decision-makers) and demonstration (providing practical examples of alternative ways of doing th ulti-Stakeholder Negotiations in Minerals. SAEP have expanded its programme to seven other trategize. cooperation and trust between public and private sectors and t es are mainly based in the regions of Rukwa. Coast and Dar es Salaam.Strategic Environmental Assessment . EDRC will continue to reach goals in parallel with its ro nagement and Auditing . ica.African_Directory artners who can add value to EDRC initiatives and programmes. SADC Programme in Rural Energy Planning and Environmental Management. d on Sinethemba Senior Secondary School in Phillipi. IIEC Africa is also examining how to accelerate the market penetration of energy efficient lighting and i nal facilities.Abatement of d linking communities with national and international campaigns. Proper tree planting.
Monitoring and evaluation of transport interv avoiding duplication of effort. Impact assessment. Institutions (National.African_Directory orities. close to the Tunis d protect the environment. cope of ITS activities includes: Rural transport issues. Community Based Organizations (CBOs). Persons. The Center is located in Tunis. Sustainable development is at the heart of the CITET's mission. In pursuing its goals. PAES operates in close collaboration with other NGOs and makes su vernmental Organizations (NGOs). Regional an Page 44 .
Water Resources M ans for Environmental protection and Environmental development projects. The organization publishes and English Language ne ductivity by developing and implementing energy efficiency. All of the Page 45 . JEA's philosophy is to execute with priority all the activities in defense as organized the National Consultation of Congolese NGOs preparatory to the United Nations Conference on Environmen d Waste Management. commitments by governments and NGOs made during UNCED proces and the Rio Earth Summit. Hold national and regional EIA meetings and support professionals from the sub-region in participation in the re ca activities are undertaken in collaboration with established service-delivery and advocacy NGOs and CBOs. following up their implementation.African_Directory in the Southern Region of Africa and in Portugal. Training & Institutional Development. and unde esides the administrative staff. Environmental Management Systems. Develop initiative w issues. he largest national projects AOYE handled was the National Community Water Conservation Program (NCWP) which too Financial Institutions. Ozone and Sustainable Societies campaigns. renewable energy and productive uses of electricity progr ence (TWAS) are also founding members of ACTS. ns.
Organize periodical workshop for all the affected regions and if possible in pment of courses. tions. Labour. Human Nutrition. Laboratory Science remote Sensing. workshops. Reme ronmental understanding among the people.African_Directory inter-governmental agencies. Planning and Administration. Policy. Poverty. onmental Engineering. Tourism. To ensure the succes Page 46 . which can be further complemented by donations of bikes from within South Africa. e for International Energy Conservation to act as an Eco-Homes Advisor for Lesotho. conferences and other training activities. Project related workshops and co-ordinations se y empowered. Public Health (Primary Health Care).
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th Summit; Develop initiative ways of enhancing inter-sectoral linkages in the integrated approaches to environment a -region in participation in the regional and international networks and forums like International Association for EIA and i acy NGOs and CBOs. All of the activities are financed through grants and/or gifts provided by various donor agencies. E
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ected regions and if possible invite international NGOs for assessing the damages done to Somalia's environment. orkshops and co-ordinations services; Technology transfer workshops; on-line Training.
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African_Directory energy and climate change fields. coal. Emissions Trading and Clean Development Mechanism Consultancy -Research and to make this technology more affordable to home owners. solar wind and geothermal). hydropower. Activities Implemented Jointly. Rural Resource Management. ent organizations. ment of communities. s (being forest reserves. Page 51 . Promoting and participating in environmental education. nge. natural gases. ues: Trade and Environmental Governance. ntal watchdog. Water Justice.
Dissemination of research nagement programmes and Local communities. technical institutes and universities involved in fields relevan otion. Page 52 . It is close to a number of ministries. Information sharing and advocacy.African_Directory rgest industrial zones. Gender and mainstreaming in the transport sector.
Encourage transparency and accountab ational Association for EIA and its annual conferences. in addition to hosting a numb market research and development activities for itself and on behalf of other entities. d approaches to environment and development related work and management. drawn from individuals w Page 53 .African_Directory ents' and youths' fields and to contribute for adoption of policies by the country's directorate. as well as Regional and Internationa acting as the Secretariat for the arab Network for Environment and Development (RAED). EcoNews Africa is governed by a ten-member Board of Directors. which will allow sustainab of CADIC participated in the RIO Summit. y in charge of promoting environmental relations between Egypt and Other States. d by various donor agencies.
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natural and intellectual resources and existing networks for effective implmentation of ECAF's goal eration of the organisation.African_Directory UNDP/GEF in Egypt and is the Arabic speaking representative of the Mediterranean Information Office for Environment. C ise Africa's human. The projects of the Orga Page 61 . The Secretariat implements the decisions of the Board of Directors.
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