Our Work on Aids & Development

The Africa Network for Environment & Economic Justice (ANEEJ) works on Aids & Development projects at the regional, national and sub-national levels. ANEEJ monitors aid flow to Nigeria and its use, as its impact on the environment is still characterized by high debt profile.

Projects Under Aids & Development

AFCODD Project

ANEEJ is working with AFRODAD and other regional organisations and networks working on Debt and Development issues. The inaugural African Conference on Debt and Development (AfCoDD) was jointly organized by the African Forum on Debt and Development (AFRODAD) and its partners across several countries in the region and in Nigeria by the Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANEEJ). The AfCoDD 2021 brought together political, technical and civic leaders from Africa to deliberate and agree on commitments that safeguard the macroeconomic sustainability of the continent towards achieving a new movement and outlook on issues of domestic resource mobilization and international development finance mechanisms in the African continent towards the structural transformation in Agenda 2063.

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Tracking Special Drawing Rights Funds and Raising Citizen’s Voices to end Debt Crisis in West Africa:

ANEEJ is implementing the Tracking Special Drawing Rights Funds and Raising Citizen’s Voices to end Debt Crisis in West Africa, to advocate for a transparent and accountable management of Special Drawing Rights and other global financing instruments for faster and increased sustainable financing for a green and economic recovery in West Africa. The project is supported by OSF-Africa.

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Ptp Project

ANEEJ is currently working with the the East-West Management Institute (EWMI) to implement the “Philanthropication through Privatization,” or “PtP,”. The project seeks to use assets derived from the transfer or monetization of public and quasi-public assets to endow independent foundations.

The PtP Project intends to carry out research, education, and advocacy to capture a portion of funds from upcoming and potential deals and legislative changes involving the three asset classes described below to endow an independent, private foundation (or provide funds to an existing, high-performing foundation