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African
Environmental
Law & Policy
hosted by the Africa Program of the
Environmental Law Institute

Ethiopia

Constitution

Charter 88

Government

Governments on the Web.   This site links to governmental departments, NGOs, and general information sites for Ethiopia.

Action Plan

Empowerment for African Sustainable Development (EASD).   Harari people national regional state: Conservation strategy of Harari Region.

Non-Governmental Organizations

LEM, The Environmental & Development Society of EthiopiaLEM promotes policy and legislative support, environmental education, and support for field operations.   This page describes the objectives of LEM and its current programs.

IUCN Strategies for Sustainability.  This site provides background information on Ethiopia and a brief chronology of its environmental history.  More information about the Strategies for Sustainability program can be obtained by clicking on their icon at the bottom of the site's page. 

General

Governments on the Web.   This site links to governmental departments, NGOs, and general information sites for Ethiopia.

Ethiopia: Economic Development and Environment.   This site, created by Columbia University Libraries, supplies a number of links to environmental economic and finance information in Ethiopia.

FRAME.   FRAME facilitates the use and exchange of web-based information for environment and natural resource management professionals in Africa. This website provides analytical tools and information, mechanisms to share lessons and experiences, as well as opportunities for linkages to enhance collaboration among partners.

Tracker.   Tracker is a database which allows users to enter their own experiences from local resource management in Africa or learn from the experiences of others. It aims to facilitate the gathering and sharing of natural resource management information, as well as encourage work with local communities.


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