~For the Love of Nature~
What do we do?
Evamor Africa uses innovative, integrated approaches to come up with solutions for tackling key environmental challenges. This involves close and continuous engagement and partnership with various stakeholders such as; communities, businesses, organizations and governments.
Our main drive is to derive benefits to the environment through our projects whilst instilling social-economic values to all we work with and for.
We are for the love of nature.
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Areas of Focus
Besides creating sustainable business through collaboration:
Natural Resource Management
We champion through education and training of communities, industries and concerned players in resource exploitation the sustainable utilization and exploitation of resources.
Environmental Education and Awareness Creation
The organization carries out environmental education in innovative ways to sensitize and create awareness to communities and other corporate players on environmental issues.
Capacity Building and Training
We carry our capacity building activities in form of training to various stakeholders and on a wide range of topics.
Environmental Governance and Advocacy
The organization through partnership with the environmental law bodies hope to engage both the county and national governments in formulating proper and realistic environmental policies that will govern the management and conservation of both the built and natural environments.
Gender and gender roles around the world has evolved over time. In traditional societies, these roles were clearly defined with some activities such as hunting and protection left to men, while taking care of children and homes was mostly left to women. Over time however, the dynamics changed significantly. The advent of the world wars… Read More »SDG #5- Gender Equality and the Environment
Education is the key to the liberation of the minds of individuals to an elevated state of understanding and potential hastac.org/blogs/jackkunis/2016/12/08/benefits-higher-education. This sentiment is true in that education is a major player in determining the quality of life of an individual, and in many cases,of the community at large. Both formal and informal education are… Read More »Sdg #4: Education
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This third goal as clearly stipulated on title is all about Healthcare. Ensuring the world’s population has access to:- proper healthcare, healthcare education, preventive and curative measures and promoting research for a healthy society. The health of a nation is critical because it has great impact on the development of the nation. An ideal population… Read More »SDG #3: Ensure Healthy Lives & Promote Well-being For All Ages
. It is tragic when, one part of a country suffers from sever hunger while another part is watching food rot for being too much than they can consume.
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It has been nearly two years since drought ravaged Kenya and the East Africa regional block. Despite these intense effects experienced through the region, no government has come forth to declare the current drought as a national disaster. With this failure of the governments to bring this issue to the attention of its people, drought… Read More »The Rains are Here!!
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The best way to make a difference is by solving the problems facing our society.