CECOSDA supports forest certification for sustainable forest management

CECOSDA supports forest certification for sustainable forest management

  The Centre for Communication and Sustainable Development for All (CECOSDA) marked its presence...

Community Journalists: Ambassadors for Sustainable Development

Community Journalists: Ambassadors for Sustainable Development

        The Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All (CECOSDA), with...

CECOSDA’s participation in the technical workshop of the IUCN working group on land and REDD +

CECOSDA’s participation in the technical workshop of the IUCN working group on land and REDD +

On Wednesday, 09 November 2016, the IUCN Technical Workshop on Land Tenure and REDD + was held...

Launching Ceremony of the Green Alert Network—The National Network of Community Radios for Ecological Alert and Environmental Information in Cameroon

      Launching Ceremony of the Green Alert Network—The National Network of Community Radios...

  • CECOSDA supports forest certification for sustainable forest management

  • Community Journalists: Ambassadors for Sustainable Development

  • CECOSDA’s participation in the technical workshop of the IUCN working group on land and REDD +

  • Launching Ceremony of the Green Alert Network—The National Network of Community Radios for...

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UNESCO, through its International Program for the Development of Communication (IPDC), supports provision of greater exposure for grassroots’ environmental information as CECOSDA wins UNESCO grant to run green alert network

 

 

The Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All, CECOSDA has received financial and technical support from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO through its International Program for the Development of Communication. The grant is aimed at funding a one-year project geared towards the training of community journalists on the new objectives of sustainable development, and the networking of community radios for the availability of environmental information in Cameroon.

 

The support which comes to enhance the success of CECOSDA’s Green Alert Network (GAN) is a welcomed relief for this center which has been instrumental in communication since 2011.

 

Green Alert Network is one of CECOSDA’s flagship networks that aims at bringing together community radio journalists spread over Cameroon’s ten regions and charged with the task of making environmentally-worthwhile information from these communities known to the world. It is a dynamic network for reaching rural populations and for informing stakeholders and other decision-makers on the ecological situation of remote villages, particularly with focus on environment, water resources, food security and climate change.

 

GAN members are community journalists who specialize on environmental issues in rural and urban communities covered by their radios. Reports or information received from these journalists are published on the GAN’s website and shared by email to all institutions and organizations that implement sustainable development programs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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