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ANEEJ GOES TO THE HAGUE FOR CLEAN FUELS FOR AFRICA

ANEEJ GOES TO THE HAGUE FOR CLEAN FUELS FOR AFRICA

The Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice, ANEEJ, will participate in a multi-stakeholder event tagged ‘Clean Fuels for West Africa’, to be hosted by the Dutch government on Monday December 5th from 12pm to 4.30pm at the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Bezuidenhoutseweg 67, The Hague. The event will bring together key institutions and individuals from governments, industries and […]

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ANEEJ HOSTS SOUTHERN REGIONAL ‘DO NO HARM’ IN BENIN

ANEEJ HOSTS SOUTHERN REGIONAL ‘DO NO HARM’ IN BENIN

The Do No Harm (DNH) regional meeting held at ANEEJ secretariat, on Tuesday 22 November, 2016 in Benin City, Edo State. Bayo Olaniyan and Aliu Grace Oluyinka represented FADU while Oral-Ogbuigwe Michael and Owulo Patience from ACCORD attended the workshop. Programme Officer for the Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth, Ogbebor Eghosa coordinated the meeting. The Africa Network for Environment […]

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ANEEJ NATURAL DISASTER MGT STRATEGY IN THE NIGER DELTA

ANEEJ NATURAL DISASTER MGT STRATEGY IN THE NIGER DELTA

Introduction Disasters are sudden misfortunes or catastrophes that strike without warning, usually causing huge losses of materials, physical properties and human lives. Disasters are termed natural when they occur from non-man-made activities. Natural disasters could be in the form of floods, tsunamis, erosion, drought, desertification, epidemic outbreaks, volcanic eruptions, climatic changes, whirlwinds, hurricanes and others which occur from the natural […]

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WHEN THERE IS NO TOILET…

WHEN THERE IS NO TOILET…

This report was published in www.nigeriansinameria.com and with TELL Magazine in 2008. Because the issues are still relevant today on World Toilet Day, 19th November 2016, we have decided to reproduce the article to complement that already written by Sandra Eguagie, programme Officer, ANEEJ. While most Nigerians, particularly in Lagos, Nigeria, from whatever social class they belong, have no access […]

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INVESTING IN PUBLIC SANITATION FOR DIVIDENDS

INVESTING IN PUBLIC SANITATION FOR DIVIDENDS

World Toilet Day Extra Consider this: it is estimated that for every dollar invested in water and sanitation, there is a $4.30 return in the form of reduced health care costs around the world. Excretion is a vital human function. It is an important biological requirement for the body to expel waste that is toxic to the human system. Most […]

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ANTI-CORRUPTION ACADEMY CERTIFIES ANEEJ

ANTI-CORRUPTION ACADEMY CERTIFIES ANEEJ

A  training on Corruption Risk Assessment, CRA, held from 26th to 30th September, 2016 in Keffi Nasarawa State. It was followed with a Computer Based Test, CBT with top of the arc computers similar to the ones people use to play advance games with the use of sites like mycsgoboosting.com/resources/csgo-trading-sites and others. The Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice, […]

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A VOICE FROM RAMAH FOR THE GIRL-CHILD

A VOICE FROM RAMAH FOR THE GIRL-CHILD

Hardly a day goes by without a report from the print, electronic and social media on sexual assault against children. And so our hearts bleed. Most of us experience goose bumps and tears well up in our eyes. All of the time, I try to imagine the trauma forced sex will leave on the psyche of a child. Toddlers and […]

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Corruption in Africa violates human rights. Why do we tolerate it?

Corruption in Africa violates human rights. Why do we tolerate it?

Driving inequality and fuelling radicalism, corruption cheats Africa’s governments of $50bn a year. We need sanctions for those who perpetuate it. Corruption is the most neglected human rights violation of our time. It fuels injustice, inequality and depravation, and is a major catalyst for migration and terrorism. In Africa, the social and political consequences of corruption rob nations of resources […]

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ATAKPU-IYARE STEP DOWN Bfw DO NO HARM

ATAKPU-IYARE STEP DOWN Bfw DO NO HARM

The Bread for the World (BFDW) in collaboration with the Christian Rural and Urban Development Association of Nigeria (CRUDAN) organized a Training of Trainers, TOT, workshop on the Do No Harm/Local Capacity for Peace (DNH/LCP) at the CRUDAN conference centre, 5 Dalyop Nyango Street, Sabon-Barki, Bukuru, Jos, Plateau State, from 28th August to 8th, September, 2016. The overall objective of […]

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