Creating Strong Institutions Fostering Peace and Justice to Prevent Undermining Climate Action 

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Creating Strong Institutions Fostering Peace and Justice to Prevent Undermining Climate Action 

April 21, 2022 @ 11:00 am 12:30 pm

“SDG Climate action and sustainable development need strong and functioning institutions in order to be effective, successful and sustainable. And institutions need a coordinated approach to tackling corruption to prevent climate action from being undermined”. UN Climate Change News, 29 July 2020 

“We need to look more closely at how we are going to achieve the type of climate ambition that makes use of all the types of support that are needed, whilst recognizing the importance of strong institutions at the national level in securing peace and sustainable development. This requires enlightened self-interest. What we do for the greater common good is good for ourselves.”.~ Janine Felson, Deputy Permanent Representative of the Permanent Mission of Belize to the United Nations

Join this exciting webinar and a live Q & A!!!


Ms. Folusho Ajayi Adelekan, National Programme Officer, Response to Drugs and Related Organised Crime in Nigeria Project and Wildlife & Forestry Crime Project, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

Experienced Programme Officer with a demonstrated history of working in the international development. Skilled in results based management and inter-governmental coordination, Company Secretarial Work and Legislative Affairs. Strong program and project management professional with a Master of Laws (LLM) focused in International Economic Law from University of Warwick.

Joachim Okhifo-Quadri, State Program Manager; Borno and Yobe, Chemonics International

Experienced in program management of complex HIV/AIDS & TB interventions in stable and humanitarian settings. Managing teams to deliver high standards of implementation in a volatile environment, a rare skill of HIV /AIDS service delivery among very mobile and resource-challenged clients in a fragile environment. An experienced manager of Infrastructure with a demonstrated history of working in public health service delivery. Skilled in Global Health, Healthcare, Capacity Building, WASH, Renewable energy, Nonprofit Organizations, and Proposal Writing. Strong operations professional with a focus on Program Management, Operations, Humanitarian, Healthcare, Infection Prevention, and Control, Laboratory Design, and Safety.

Facilitator: Obie Agusiegbe, CEO of EnvironFocus

It is a paid event but free until March 30, 2022. Participants get a Certificate of Participation. It is a Professional Development Credits (PDC) activity. Spaces are limited!!

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