HoA-REC&N, in collaboration with Ethiopia Wildlife Conservation Authority (EWCA) is piloting a community scouts programme to promote active involvement of...
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.
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.
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
Social Ecological Resilience Partnership Programme
Deals with ecosystem conservation and management and rehabilitation of degraded ecosystems
(By Liz Felker and Ethan Miller) How do we make landscape approaches sustainable in the long term? This was the question...
The African Landscape Dialogue (ALD) will take place at the Horn of Africa Regional Environment Centre and Network’s Headquarters, inside...
HoA-REC&N partnered with UNESCO to organize the 3rd QUEST4Africa event that took place from 13-14 December 2016 at the African...
Message by the New Interim Executive Director
It gives me a great pleasure to be appointed as the Interim Executive Director of the Horn of Africa Regional Environment Centre and Network. I received the letter of my appointment from Pr. Admasu Tsegaye, President of Addis Ababa University, on 20 January 2017. I am humbled by the new responsibility entrusted to me to lead HoA-REC&N.
It has been 10 years since HoA-REC&N began operating in the Horn of Africa with the vision of a safe, healthy and sustainable environment for the region. Since its establishment, HoA-REC&N has undertaken many innovative initiatives, aimed at promoting better environmental governance and management in the Horn of Africa. By uniting academia and development practitioners, HoA-REC&N uses a science-based approach to environmental development challenges. HoA-REC&N has brought together more than 40 institutions across the Horn of Africa to exchange knowledge and experiences and to enable them to work together for the sustainable development of the region.
I believe that an environment of collaboration and the exchange of knowledge among actors in the Horn of Africa plays a vital role in stopping the startling environmental degradation the region has seen for decades. Through its flagship programmes, HoA-REC&N has been contributing to this cause, in collaboration with international donors, governments, universities, research institutions, civil society, and community members.
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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,…