CEC member Veronica Chapman shares the new calendar from Environment Africa, an organization that works in Zimbabwe and Southern Africa to protect and manage natural resources and to promote sustainable development.
Greetings from Environment Africa and best wishes for 2013.
We look forward to continuing our work focussing on environment, conservation and sustainable community development and value all the support from our partners and private, public, community sectors.
We hope you enjoy our 2013 Environment Calendar and have attached a soft copy that you can print out if you like. Please also feel free to pass it on and share with others. If you are in Harare, you are welcome to come by the offices to collect a hard copy / copies (A2 size) - 76 Queen Elizabeth Drive, Greendale.
Environment Africa is an African rooted not for profit organisation with over 20 years of African experience in responding to the needs of all African people and our environment. We believe that we have to focus on African solutions for the most pressing environment and development challenges, working with conservation and communities in a collaborative, innovative and action orientated way that promotes a sustainable future for Africa.
Through our work, we know that sustainable development, together with conservation and communities, is key to addressing some of Africa’s challenges such as sustainable livelihoods, climate change, environmental governance and biodiversity, the 2010 to 2014 priority areas for Environment Africa. Environment Africa is committed to excellence, transparency and accountability in delivering our work, responding to the needs of the people and our environment, taking care of our staff and in working together with our partners, communities and all sectors of society for long term solutions. The thrust is Moving from Aid to Trade.
Environment Africa is a Southern African organization based regionally and represented internationally.
Environment Africa works with all sectors of society throughout Zimbabwe and Southern Africa to protect and manage natural resources and to promote sustainable development.
Environment Africa is proud to foster partnerships that collaboratively develop and implement African solutions to African challenges.
Our mission is to work together with all sectors of society raising awareness, encouraging action and advocating a better environment that uplifts the livelihood of current and future generations.