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Environmental Education and Awareness in Laos
Our activities bring together individual and organizational leaders in environmental education, communication and awareness raising
Co-management of Protected Areas
Co-management of an NPA means that the government together with rural communities in or around a protected area negotiate, define and guarantee a fair sharing of functions, rights and responsibilities regarding the management of natural resources.
Laos lies in one of the 10 most important global biodiversity eco-regions and is home to some of the world’s biologically richest and most endangered species. Unfortunately, the country is losing its wild animals and plants at an alarming rate.
Illegal Wildlife Trade
Laos is also home to a wide variety of wildlife, including many endangered species. Unfortunately, the geographical positioning of Laos makes it a major highway for illegal wildlife trade.
Laos’ forests are linked with the economic livelihoods for as much of the 80% of the population and crucial for sustaining its biodiversity. The protection and conservation of forests resources is crucial for the country’s future.
Community and school EEA outreach is one of three key components of the EEA Laos Service Model, which relies on the cooperation...
From 9 – 18 March, 2021, the Department of Environment (DoE) organize a 7-day EEA Theater ‘Training of Trainers’ (ToT) workshop in...
On March 3rd 2021, GIZ ProFEBII hosted the EEA Laos Alliance’s first Virtual Online Exchange Dialogue using its...
What EEAL is all about
Environment - We care today for tomorrow
Together we can make a difference
Environmental Education and Awareness Laos (EEAL) has been established since late 2019 with the support of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH. EEAL is led by the Department of Environment (DoE) of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNRE) in concert with provincial and district environmental agencies (PONRE, DONRE) as well as civil society organizations (CSO), university faculties, and social enterprises.
EEAL brings together individual and organizational leaders in environmental education, communication and awareness raising. In a spirit of cooperation, collaboration and partnership, the network strives to accelerate the development and spread of EEA methods and tools for achieving sustainable development. EEAL works with a network of educators, government officers, civil society leaders and volunteers, social enterprises and private sector companies, as well as international development cooperation partners to advance its goals.