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ANEEJ is a non-profit, non-political NGO based in Benin City, Nigeria. It has been working in Edo State and the Niger Delta region and has managed activities across the six geo-political zones of Nigeria. Working with local communities, civil society organisations, the private sector and state and national governments its focus is sustainable development, the alleviation of poverty and economic empowerment. It has covered issues as Debts and Structural Adjustments, monitoring International Financial Institutions (World Bank, International Monetary Fund, African Development Bank), Public Expenditure Management, Revenue Transparency, Budget Monitoring & Tracking and Environmental Issues including Water & Sanitation. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
Mali-Folkecenter's mission is to promote the sustainable management of natural resources and the use of these resources to catalyse local economic growth & sustainable development by working in partnership with rural populations and local entrepreneurs. Activities include: environmental protection, provision of clean energy services to meet the needs of rural and un-served areas using renewable energy technologies, drinking water supply, technology transfer and the training of local technicians, and delivery of enterprise development services for rural companies in the clean energy sector. MFC also participates in energy & environment policy work with the Malian government. according to site editor's information]...
ELA is a membership driven organization of environmental and social justice activists, founded to mobilize civil society around environmental issues in relation to people. Branches are located in Johannesburg, Cape Town, eThekwini (formerly Durban) and Tshwane (formerly Pretoria), as well as one in Windhoek, Namibia. Branches are largely autonomous. ELA's main activities are campaign related. While historically best know for highlighting environmental injustice, ELA works to promote ecologically sound alternatives, like renewable energy and efficiency, organic farming and adopting the "Zero Waste" approach to industrial pollution and waste management. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
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