Search Titles Subjects Organizations Collage. Debates about the commitments of governments at the Earth Summit in Rio underlined the urgency of issues such as drinking water availability in the South and concrete actions in favor of vulnerable sectors. However, despite good intentions, governments and international donors continue to invest in expensive water supply and waste water management systems. These limit the availability of resources and basic services to the most marginalized populations, especially in poor urban areas. Although the percentage of households in shantytowns dropped from This means many Moroccans are ecologically, socially and economically fragile.
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Click here to add a report from another organization. Organization : ENDA. The following information may be cited or quoted as long as the source is accurately mentioned and the words are not taken out of context.
Posted: April 14 , If you wrote this report, you will find a button here that you may click in order to make changes in the report. PROGRESS: Has your organization seen progress toward a culture of peace and nonviolence in your domain of action and in your constituency during the first half of the Decade? Enda Europe, based in Paris, has launched in a Mediterranean Programme to promote sustainable development SD in this eco-region through a critical follow up of the implementation of SD policies in the Maghreb countries.
Enda Maghreb therefore supports economic activities honey, argan oil, aromatic and medicinal plants, woodcraft undertaken by rural women. PLANS: What new engagements are planned by your organization to promote a culture of peace and nonviolence in the second half of the Decade ? Sustainable Development. Democratic Participation. Back to top. IP: [
Faumi A young girl — formerly unemployed — graduated from the district has been employed on a part-time basis to providing literacy classes. With the success of the initiative, ENDA gained the trust and respect of the local community used to being marginalised by the authorities. The local authority was planning to move the residents to a new site, which meant that residents as well as having to pay for the new site would also lose the money that they invested in the old site. We are hosting content from some other communities of practice and information-sharing portals. If the publication is by a SuSanA partner and you work for that SuSanA partner, then you can also add it yourself by going through the partner profile page option.
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ENDA faced a number of constraints: local authorities refused to provide basic sanitation services to the residents who, although owners of their shacks, were considered illegal as the land on which the shanty town lay remained the property of the local authority. The local authority was planning to move the residents to a new site, which meant that residents as well as having to pay for the new site would also lose the money that they invested in the old site. The costs entailed by the displacement could not be met either by the local authorities or by the community. The population was largely illiterate, without the experience, the solidarity or the confidence to act. The population clearly needed a structure in which to organise themselves. A number of those women turned to the production of rugs from used materials, to sell to the families in the district.