Supported AF NGO Network Partners in the Global South

Supported AF NGO Network Partners in the Global South

Logo Partner Jeunes Volontaires pour l'Environnement

Benin: Jeunes Volontaires pour l'Environnement- Benin

JVE-Benin is a non-profit organisation born in 2004 in Benin, it works on issues of Climate-Energy-Water Development. JVE- Benin has a mission: it is to educate, support and strengthen the capacity of Beninese youth to be more involved in the process of sustainable development while ensuring social justice for all. >> more
Logo Partner Fundacion Vida

HONDURAS: Fundación Vida

In Honduras our partner is the NGO Fundación Vida. This Foundation has been working for more than 19 years in areas around development and environment. >> more
Logo Partner Panos Caribbean

JAMAICA: Panos Caribbean

Panos Caribbean is a regional organization which helps journalists to cover sustainable development issues that are overlooked and misunderstood. >> more
Logo Partner JREDS

Jordan: The Royal Marine Conservation Society of Jordan

The Royal Marine Conservation Society of Jordan (JREDS) was founded in 1993 by a group of concerned responsible people, aspiring to protect Aqaba’s marine life from further degradation. In August 1995, JREDS registered under the Ministry of Interior as the first and only Jordanian non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the marine ecosystem. >> more
Logo Partner ACNR

Rwanda: Association pour la Conservation de la Nature au Rwanda (ACNR)

The Association pour la Conservation de la Nature au Rwanda (ACNR) is a non-governmental non-profit making organization established in 1992. The original mission statement of ACNR was “To know and make known Rwandan biodiversity for its better conservation and sustainable use”. >> more
Logo Partner Enda


ENDA Third World (ENDA-TM) is an international non-profit organisation based in Dakar, Senegal. ENDA collaborates with grassroots groups in search of alternative development models on the basis of the experience, expectations and objectives of marginalized people. >> more
Logo Partner Indigo South Africa

SOUTH AFRICA: Indigo development & change

Indigo development & change is an independent South Africa NGO based in the Northern Cape Province. With a focus on achieving social and environmental justice especially for vulnerable groups, Indigo has been working closely with farmers on participatory ways of adaptation and linked the experiences from the grassroot level to national policy processes and global climate negotiations. >> more
Logo Partner Forum CC Tanzania

TANZANIA: ForumCC Tanzania

ForumCC – also known as the Tanzanian Civil Society Forum on Climate Change – is an association of civil society organisations committed to work on climate change in their own programmes as well as through advocacy. >> more

Former supported AF NGO Network Partners in the Global South

Cambodia: NGO Forum on Cambodia
The NGO Forum on Cambodia (NGO Forum) is a membership organization, which was established in the early 1980s by international NGOs campaigning to advocate an end to the aid embargo imposed on Cambodia at that time. >> more


Kenya: Practical Action

Practical Action is an international development agency working with poor communities to help them choose and use technology to improve their lives for today and generations to come. >> more


Germanwatch and Partners (2015)

Gruppenfoto Germanwatch and Partners AFN Webseite (2015)
From left to right: Mawuse Hountondji Kodjo (JVE BENIN), Serge Joram Nsengimana (ACNR), Sam Owilly (Practical Action), Sey Peou (NGO Forum on Cambodia), Petre Williams-Raynor (Panos), Alpha Kaloga (Germanwatch), Bettina Koelle (Indigo), Fazal Dinmohamed (ForumCC), Indi Mclymont-Lafayette (Panos), Emmanuel Seck (ENDA), Lisa Junghans (Germanwatch), Edas Galeano (Fundación Vida), Ehab Eid (JREDS).

Civil Society Engagement under the Adaptation Fund

Cover Civil Society Engagement under the Adaptation Fund

Snapshots of adaptation within the AF NGO Network partner countries Honduras, Jamaica, Senegal, Benin, South Africa, Tanzania, Jordan, Kenya and Cambiodia.

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