Environment

Zambia: INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD FEEDING PROJECT

The project aim to provide adequate knowledge and skills on food processing, utilisation and storage to reduce malnutrition levels which a threat to child development in children below five(5) years. It is a good practice because it reduces child mortality and morbidity rates caused by high levels of malnutrition resulting due to poor feeding practices, […]

September 19, 2018 Themes: Environment | Health | HIV/AIDS Programs: Protocol @ work

Zambia: Katete District Council Promotes Advocacy for Gender Equality

This is a project that is ensuring that all activities in the district are gender aware in all aspects. this includes all the departments in the district as they have to make gender aware plans so as to attain the equality that is desirable. All the activities done in the district are well integrated so […]

September 6, 2018 Themes: Agriculture | Environment Programs: Protocol @ work

Swaziland-green Living Movement

Green Living Movement Swaziland (GLM Swaziland) is an idea that was developed in Zambia in 2000 and was adopted into Swaziland in 2009 under the Swaziland Companies Act no 7 of 1912. It is a registered NGO committed to ensure environmental protection, sustainable community development and to help eradicate all forms of poverty. GML focuses […]

September 6, 2018 Themes: Environment | Health Programs: Protocol @ work

SWAZILAND: Duma Ndumiso Mnisi-Sandanezwe Invader’s Craft

Sandanezwe Invader’s Craft and Lifestyle Center empowers disabled artisans and their parents through alien plants and textiles to make clothes. Sandanezwe Invader’s Craft and Lifestyle Center is a start-up, community based social venture which has been established with the purpose of using Chromolaena odorata (Siam weed, paraffienbos, Sandanezwe weed,lubobo, gwayana, triffids weed, coacihuizpatli, Christmas bush) […]

Mauritius: Jean Hugues Gardenne

Jean Hugues Gardenne is the Fundraising and Communications Manager working at the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation. The Mauritian Wildlife Foundation is a non-governmental, non-profit conservation agency working in Mauritius to save threatened endemic local flora and fauna. The Mauritian Wildlife Appeal Fund was established in 1984 under the initiative of naturalist Gerald Durrell and the Jersey […]

August 20, 2018 Themes: Climate Change | Environment Programs: Protocol @ work

Mauritius: The Mauritian Wildlife Foundation

The Mauritian Wildlife Foundation is a non-governmental organisation which implements projects on plant conservation and habitat restoration both in Mauritius and Rodrigues. It is primarily concerned about the conservation and preservation of endemic plants and animal species (birds, reptiles etc). The ecosystem is being destroyed due to urbanisation. Only 1.5 % of the Mauritian land […]

Zimbabwe: – Community Technology Development Organisation – Roll Back Climate Change

Umguza Rural District Council (Umguza RDC) worked with Community Technology Development Organisation (CTDO) in building community resilience from shocks and hazards through crop and livelihood diversification. The project was supported by donor communities under Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund (ZRBF) code named Matebeleland Enhanced Livelihood And Nutrition Adaptation (MELANA) and it targeted the vulnerable rural members […]

July 18, 2018 Themes: Climate change | Climate Change | Environment Programs: Protocol @ work

Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe:City of Kadoma Mitigating climate change through tree planting

The project focused on the City of Kadoma’s support and implementation programmes in conservation of natural resources in order to beautify and drive towards the Green Cities concept. City of Kadoma found it prudent to raise climate change action through tree planting throughout the year. The council targeted major events and conferences/workshops, national tree planting […]

July 17, 2018 Themes: Climate Change | Environment Programs: Protocol @ work

Signposts on the superhighway: Africa environment

This is a guide to news and resources on the internet. This publication encourages reporting on African environmental issues by providing a guide to relevant web and email resources. It aims to guide readers through the web in their search for news and information on the African environment. The media have an important role to […]

September 12, 2016 Themes: Environment | Media Programs: Gender and Media Diversity Centre (GMDC)

MDG 2014 Report: Assessing progress in Africa toward the Millennium Development Goals

Analysis of the common African position on the post 2015 Development Agenda. The common African position (CAP)’s overarching goal is the eradication of poverty and African development priorities that underpin the global development agenda. The Cap is anchored by six pillars: structural economic transformation, science and technology, people-centred development, environmental sustainability and peace and security […]