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LVEMP II Project

EA SusWatch is currently implementing the LVEMP II Civil Society Watch Project that seeks to lobby and advocate for realization of results-based performance from the Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project (LVEMP II) and implementation of the East African Climate Change Policy (EACCP, April 2011). Read More about LVEMP II - Click!

 PROJECT NAME: STRENGTHENING THE ADVOCACY ROLE OF LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN THE LAKE VICTORIA BASIN ON NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT     

PROJECT OBJECTIVE: TO PROVIDE A FORUM FOR LOBBYING, ADVOCACY, ENGAGEMENT AND INFORMATION DISSEMINATION FOR IMPROVED GOVERNANCE AND MANAGEMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES IN THE LAKE VICTORIA BASIN
DONOR: SUSTAINABLE ENERGY (SE), DENMARK

Kenya is facing an eminent food shortage at the time when there are drastic weather changes- or what we call now, climate change- which has affected food production, transportation and storage. The Kenya government is undertaking major policy changes at its various organs of operation including the key agriculture and livestock ministries and other sectors as per article 43C of the new constitution of Kenya.

These working groups reflect the objectives of the Project and hence this focus will further provide an avenue for engaging members, interested institutions and individuals. They will be national in nature, encouraging flow of ideas, suggestions etc from the bottom-up and facilitated by at least one member of the National Executive Committee (NEC) and the National Staff.

The mode of communication will largely be online (through Open Source / Web 2.0 tools)

 PROJECT NAME: STRENGTHENING THE ADVOCACY ROLE OF LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN THE LAKE VICTORIA BASIN ON NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT     

PROJECT OBJECTIVE: TO PROVIDE A FORUM FOR LOBBYING, ADVOCACY, ENGAGEMENT AND INFORMATION DISSEMINATION FOR IMPROVED GOVERNANCE AND MANAGEMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES IN THE LAKE VICTORIA BASIN
DONOR: SUSTAINABLE ENERGY (SE), DENMARK

Kenya is facing an eminent food shortage at the time when there are drastic weather changes- or what we call now, climate change- which has affected food production, transportation and storage. The Kenya government is undertaking major policy changes at its various organs of operation including the key agriculture and livestock ministries and other sectors as per article 43C of the new constitution of Kenya.

These working groups reflect the objectives of the Project and hence this focus will further provide an avenue for engaging members, interested institutions and individuals. They will be national in nature, encouraging flow of ideas, suggestions etc from the bottom-up and facilitated by at least one member of the National Executive Committee (NEC) and the National Staff.

The mode of communication will largely be online (through Open Source / Web 2.0 tools)

These working groups reflect the objectives of the Project and hence this focus will further provide an avenue for engaging members, interested institutions and individuals. They will be national in nature, encouraging flow of ideas, suggestions etc from the bottom-up and facilitated by at least one member of the National Executive Committee (NEC) and the National Staff.

The mode of communication will largely be online (through Open Source / Web 2.0 tools)

 PROJECT NAME: STRENGTHENING THE ADVOCACY ROLE OF LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN THE LAKE VICTORIA BASIN ON NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT     

PROJECT OBJECTIVE: TO PROVIDE A FORUM FOR LOBBYING, ADVOCACY, ENGAGEMENT AND INFORMATION DISSEMINATION FOR IMPROVED GOVERNANCE AND MANAGEMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES IN THE LAKE VICTORIA BASIN
DONOR: SUSTAINABLE ENERGY (SE), DENMARK

Kenya is facing an eminent food shortage at the time when there are drastic weather changes- or what we call now, climate change- which has affected food production, transportation and storage. The Kenya government is undertaking major policy changes at its various organs of operation including the key agriculture and livestock ministries and other sectors as per article 43C of the new constitution of Kenya.

 PROJECT NAME: STRENGTHENING THE ADVOCACY ROLE OF LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN THE LAKE VICTORIA BASIN ON NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT     

PROJECT OBJECTIVE: TO PROVIDE A FORUM FOR LOBBYING, ADVOCACY, ENGAGEMENT AND INFORMATION DISSEMINATION FOR IMPROVED GOVERNANCE AND MANAGEMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES IN THE LAKE VICTORIA BASIN
DONOR: SUSTAINABLE ENERGY (SE), DENMARK

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The East African Sustainability (SusWatch) Network is a network of NGOs from Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania spearheaded by Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development (UCSD), Sustainable Environmental Development Watch Network (SusWatch Kenya), and Tanzania Coalition for Sustainable Development (TCSD). EA SusWatch Regional Secretariat is hosted by UCSD in Kampala, Uganda.

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