SAVESHARA NETWORK

SSN IN BRIEF

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WHO WE ARE

SAVE SAHARA NETWORK, Save Sahara Network (SSN) is a non-profit organization that is registered as a corporate body, under the Companies and Allied Matters Act No. 1 of 1990 on 5th May, 2017. It is a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) born out of passion to carry out grassroots projects leading to protection, conservation, restoration, rehabilitation and sustainable utilization of biological diversity with the view to empowering people at the grassroots. The organization also carries out capacity building trainings and creates forum for scientific interactions and discussions on current environmental issues with the view to initiating adequate intervention.

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OUR PROGRAMMES

GREEN SCHOOL INITIATIVE is aimed at renewing the culture of tree planting among youths as well as replanting of trees removed through the process of urbanisation with the view to mitigating climate change in cities located in savanna zone of Nigeria. Trees are planted and care for by students in their schools.

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LOCAL EMPOWERMENT

Save Sahara Network combines saving of nature with empowerment of local communities through its various projects and intervention caried out at the grassroots.

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Our Work

OUR PROJECT

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BOARD MEMBERS

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ABOUT US

OUR VISION why_choose_us_feature

Living in harmony with nature for sustainable development.

Our Mission why_choose_us_feature

Saving nature and empowering people at the grassroots

OUR AIMS why_choose_us_feature

To carry out projects and interventions leading to protection, restoration, and rehabilitation of biological diversity in support of rural livelihoods.

OUR OBJECTIVES why_choose_us_feature

1) To carry out projects leading to protection, restoration, rehabilitation, sustainable use of natural resources as well as empowerment of people at the grassroots. 2) To organize capacity building training and facilitate fora for networking and information sharing among conservation professionals and practitioners. 3) To promote research and funding opportunities leading to protection of natural resources and empowerment of professionals. 4) To create public awareness and advocacy on current environmental issues leading to appropriate intervention.

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