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CENN - Caucasus Environmental NGO Network

CENN - Caucasus Environmental NGO Network is non-governmental, non-profit organization established in 1998. Since establishment, CENN through its various projects acted as a voluntary effort to foster regional cooperation by means of improved communication among environmental organizations of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia (and partly Russia and Turkey).
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14 b, Chonkadze str., 0107, Tbilisi, Georgia
Tbilisi , 0107
Contact Person: Nana Janshia
Phone: 995 32 92 39 46
Fax: 995 32 92 39 47
E-Mail: info@cenn,org
Website: http://www.cenn.org

Detailed Information:
CENN is open, horizontally integrated structure aimed at supporting positive, productive communication and cooperation on environmental protection projects and issues. The aims of CENN are:

capacity building of environmental NGOs in the region;
facilitation and promotion of joint activities in the Caucasus;
improvement of the effectiveness of solutions of environmental problems;
establishment and maintenance of easily accessible environmental information space, and
coordination of efforts in the development of compatible environmental strategies and policies in Caucasus countries.
In order to achieve these goals, CENN works in the following directions:

increase of information exchange between NGOs, governments, international organizations and the general public in the field of environmental protection in the Caucasus;
improvement of communication and search for ways for efficient collaboration;
improvement of environmental awareness in the region through various publications;
support of organizations enrolled in the Network through regional seminars, workshops, training, and other activities;
implementation of purposeful lobbying on various environmental issues in the region;
preparation and execution of joint projects.

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