Save Earth Nigeria (SEN)
SEN Knowledge & Learning Centre
20 Joinkrama (Ogwa) Street, P.O.Box 2149, Diobu
Port Harcourt, Rivers State
Ansprechpartner: Chiekwe, Patrick
- Sozialpolitik/behinderte Menschen
- Frauenpolitik/feministisches Projekt
Save Earth Nigeria (SEN) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization, clearly committed towards improving the quality of life of youths and women in the Save Earth Nigeria (SEN) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization, clearly committed towards improving the quality of life of youths and women in the Niger Delta Region.
SEN works in 7 core areas of
- Good Governance & Human Rights;
- Community Development;
- HIV/AIDS Mean Streaming;
- Micro-Enterprise Development;
- Sustainable Energy;
- Information Technology.
SEN is posed to promote environmental conservation and sustainable development in our target region through community driven, people centered, innovative, participatory and result oriented initiatives. We believe that the present intrinsic underdevelopment, suffering and poverty levels among Niger Delta youths and women can be affected in positive and progressive ways. Thus we have committed ourselves to being agent to bring about positive change.
SEN's mission: SEN is poised to facilitate people-centered development that will bring about required positive transformation in the attitude and behaviors of people as to empower rural and urban poor through participatory community development, environmental education, and micro-enterprise development etc.
SEN's goals: SEN's ultimate goal is to change negative pattern of production and consumption in the Niger Delta area through sustainable development strategies and approaches and facilitate its usage among development workers, NGOs/CBOs and community members through creating critical mass and initiating demand driven projects and programme.
SEN's Vision: SEN envisioned a world community with a 50% improvement in standard of living, freed from all sorts of environmental degradation, illiteracy, and socio-economic injustice by the year 2015.
Comrade Patrick Chiekwe is the President of the organization.
For other net participants we can procure expert information in the field of Environment & Community Development in the Niger Delta area. Other supporting possibilities: Linkages to Organizations that can support environmental education.