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Environment Conservation

HoA-REC&N aims to contribute to sustainable development and promote
better environmental governance and management in the Horn of Africa

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Sustainable
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Facilitate

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Environmental Governance

HoA-REC&N facilitates, strengthens and advocates for improved sustainable

development and better environmental governance across the Horn of Africa.

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Environmental Governance and Education Partnership Programme

Aspires to improve environmental governance at global, regional, national and local levels, mainstream environment and sustainability in education systems, and facilitate demand driven action research.

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Climate Resilience Partnership Programme

Implements projects focusing on climate change adaptation and mitigation, sustainable energy including Clean Development Mechanisms (CDM) and voluntary pro-poor carbon projects.

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Sustainable energy, Carbon and Urban resilience

Aims to unite academia and practitioners to promote environmental conservation and natural resource management across the Horn of Africa

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Social Ecological Resilience Partnership Programme

Deals with ecosystem conservation and management and rehabilitation of degraded ecosystems

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Programme Highlight

Integrated Landuse and Development Master Plan (ILDP) for Gambella

HoA-REC&N initiated the development of an Integrated Landuse and Development Plan for Gambella Peoples’ National Regional State (GPNRS) in 2013 to contribute to the sustainable development of the region. The goal of developing an Integrated Landuse and Development Plan (ILDP) is to transform the lives and land-resources of the peoples of Gambella through optimal and coordinated use of the region’s resources such as land, water, forest, wildlife, fisheries,…

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the Fight against Wildlife Crimes in HoA

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