Green Concern For Development GREENCODE

Basic Information on the Organization

We envisage rural communities in Nigeria that are environmentally conscious, where poverty is eradicated, and social rights upheld.

To work with the poor and socially excluded people, and government for the promotion of environmental and human rights protection in communities in Nigeria, aimed at poverty reduction through education, information sharing, research, training and direct impact intervention.

  • Transparency
  • Members/staff integrity
  • Mutual trust/Respect
  • Accountability
  • Commitment
  • Financial/Procurement,
  • HR,
  • Anti-graft,
  • conflict of Interest,
  • Gender,
  • Resource Mobilisation,
  • Child Safeguarding,

Women, Children, Persons living with Disability, IDPs, Refugees, Policy makers, Youths and Men

  • a). Agriculture livelihood,
  • (b). WASH,
  • (c).Nutrition,
  • (d). Protection (GBV & Child Protection),
  • (e). Human Rights,
  • (f). Peace Building/Conflict management,
  • (g). Environmental Conservation including Climate change adaptation,
  • (h). Micro Income Generation –Livelihood,
  • (i). Advocacy, Campaigns and Research,
  • (j). Special Health programmes for the most vulnerable.

WANEP, Borno NGO Forum, World Wetland Network- UK, CISCOPE,CSACEFA, NACOGND, Zero Corruption, PWYP, CSCSDGs, African Mangrove Network, BTAN etc

a). Northern Nigerian

Borno, Adamawa and other Northeast/North Central states.

b). Southern Nigeria:

Cross River and other Niger- Delta states

  • Global Green Grant (USA),
  • PIND Foundation (Abuja),
  • Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) (Abuja/Maiduguri),
  • UNDP- SGP (Nigeria),
  • PACT- Nigeria, NERI (Abuja),
  • European Union through CDD (Abuja),
  • European Union through EU-SRIP (Nigeria),
  • European Union through Universal Purpose (UK),
  • UNOCHA- NHF, CBM (Nigeria/Germany,
  • World Bank/SACA

Policy Watch Newsletter, Annual Reports, Project Reports, NIETI, Mangrove Manual, Annual External Auditor