Vacancy Announcement for Project Officer
February 16, 2021February 16, 2021
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Vacancy Announcement for Project Officer

The Horn of Africa Regional Environment Centre and Network, Addis Ababa University (HoA-REC&N-AAU) is a peculiar regional organization established to bridge the gap between policy, knowledge and practice in environmental matters of the Horn of Africa region. The organization is serving as a regional multi-stakeholder platform of knowledge exchange whereby academia, policy-decision makers and practitioners...

HoAREC&N Participated in National Energy Exhibition
January 20, 2021January 20, 2021
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HoAREC&N Participated in National Energy Exhibition

As part of the re-launching of the Ethiopia Rural Energy Development and Promotion Center (EREDPC), a three-day exhibition was organized by MoWIE (Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Electricity) and ECCA (Ethiopian Clean Cooking Alliance). As a member, HoAREC&N was invited by ECCA to exhibit our energy-related activities and services at the event. The exhibition was...

John Kamanga Won the Tusk Award For Conservation in Africa 2020
November 13, 2020January 8, 2021
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John Kamanga Won the Tusk Award For Conservation in Africa 2020

John Kamanga is a grassroots conservation leader who has dedicated his career to developing a vision for the co-existence of pastoralists and wildlife. His conservation philosophy draws on indigenous traditions, while incorporating modern realities and conservation opportunities.As a founder and director of SORALO, a unique organisation representing 16 Maasai communities living across several million hectares...

YNCCC discusses Youth Engagement in Climate Change on UN ECOSOC Forum
July 3, 2017July 3, 2017
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YNCCC discusses Youth Engagement in Climate Change on UN ECOSOC Forum

HoA-REC&N’s Youth Negotiation Convention on Climate Change (YNCCC) took part in the Ninth United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) youth forum to discuss, “The role of youth in poverty eradication and promoting prosperity in a changing world.” Mr. Nahom Zeleke, Coordinator of YNCCC, was among the participants. The forum, which took place at the...

Fourth Landscape Learning Journey focused on Turbulence Management
July 3, 2017July 3, 2017
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Fourth Landscape Learning Journey focused on Turbulence Management

With the aim to enable stakeholders to steer and support sensitive adaptive management process in conflict situations, the Fourth Landscape Learning Journey (LLJ4) took place in the Gambella Region, Ethiopia from the 8th to 12th of May 2017. Landscape facilitators from Djibouti, Kenya, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia/Somaliland, and Ethiopia participated in the event. Taking place...