Horn of Africa Regional Environment Centre and Network | Land Portal
Acronym: 
HoA-REC&N
Phone number: 
(+251)(1)18 968 400

Localização

Gullele Botanic Garden Addis Ababa , Addis Ababa
Etiópia
Addis Ababa ET
Working languages: 
inglês

The Horn of Africa Regional Environment Centre and Network (HoA-REC&N) focuses on environmental concerns and sustainable development options within the Horn of Africa. The Centre is an autonomous institution under Addis Ababa University. It facilitates, strengthens and advocates for initiatives related to land use planning, integrated water resources management, ecosystem management, climate change and energy and value chains for sustainable products and services. 
 

The Network, hosted and supported by the Centre, promotes more than 40 endogenous civil society organisations, higher learning institutions and research centers, in Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya,Somalia, South Sudan and Sudan. 
 

The Horn of Africa Regional Environment Centre and Network (HoA-REC&N) was initiated by the Faculty of Science in 2006 through the support from the government of the Kingdom of the Royal Netherlands. In 2010 the University Senate established HoA-REC&N as an autonomous centre. 

Horn of Africa Regional Environment Centre and Network Resources

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Project objective is to develop an integrated land use and development plan for the Gambella region. The plan to be developed in close consultation with a range of stakeholders such as Government, civil society, private sector and academia. Capacity building is a strong element in the project, as is forging a common view on land use in Gambella. Given the sensitivities and complexities in the region, the project will apply a conflict sensitive approach.

Project

Support the Centre and Network in improving environmental governance, halt environmental destruction and rehabilitate damaged ecosystems where possible.

Project

Contribute to the sustainable development and management in the Gambella and Rift valley through integrated and holistic land use planning including mitigation of conflicts over natural resources and demarcation of protected areas

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