Environnement et développement du Tiers-monde (enda)
Environmental Development Action in the Third World
Medio Ambiente y Desarrollo del Tercer Mundo
1972 Dakar Senegal
1972, Dakar (Senegal), as a joint programme of UNEP, E-XE3628 - United Nations African Institute for Economic Development and Planning and G-XG6910 - Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida). Also referred to as: ENDA-Third World – ENDA-Tiers monde (enda TM); Environmental Development Action. Since 2008, an network of national organizations. EU Transparency Register: 192055335104-57.
Build societies in which everyone can participate in collective regulation as fully responsible individuals; promote the empowerment and strengthening of community participation and social movements; work for the respect of human rights, pluralism, cultural diversity, gender equality and equity between generations; mobilize in favour of the decompartmentalization and articulation of knowledge and actions at the local, regional and global levels; through training, action research, advocacy and strategic alliance building, contribute to the formulation of public policies for sustainable development and to a culture of peace and non-violence.
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