Our Strategic Plan

Eco-Ethics International Kenya (EEIK) is a non governmental organization founded under Eco-Ethics International Union (EEIU) a German based organization with its head offices in Oldendorf/Luhe, Germany.

Eco-Ethics aims at having a world of human communities that value and are adequately informed about their actions to the natural environment

 

Vision

To have a world of human communities that value and are adequately informed about their actions to the natural environment.

 

Long-term goal

Having human communities that are responsive to new research findings and are willing to adapt to alternative livelihoods for sustainability of world coasts’ and environmental resources.

 

Mission

To investigate, demonstrate, promote and enhance harmonious relationships between human communities with their natural or environmental resources building on the principle of sustainability.

 

Implementation of Mission and Long-term goal

EEIK Chapter’s mission and long-term goal will be implemented in Kenya and in Africa through participation in EEIU-African Summit, NEPAD initiatives, Nairobi Convention programs and in collaboration with other institutions. This will be done through community initiatives, public-private partnerships, environmental awareness creation, interdisciplinary research, experimentation, socio-economic programs, education and information exchange on potential alternative livelihoods.

 

Strategic Plan 2014-2018

Values:

  • Integrity- commitment to upholding honesty, reliability, and trust in all dealings
  • Creativity- recognition of innovation and value addition in all our work
  • Commitment- dedication to serve and voluntarism are pillars of all our efforts
  • Lasting legacy – we treasure approaches that empower communities to achieve sustainability 

 

Key Outcomes:

  • Sustainable use of environmental resources by coastal communities improved
  • Local capacity for climate change mitigation and adaptation strengthened
  • Citizen participation in environmental governance strengthened
  • Sustainable livelihood options for coastal communities diversified and fortified
  • EEIK’s institutional capacity enhanced

 

Representative activities include

  • Research, documentation and awareness creation Community training programs, demonstration and pilot projects to facilitate adoption of best environmental practices and best available technologies
  • Advocating for development, improvement and enforcement of appropriate policies in line with our mission and vision
  • Developing and disseminating resources and tools for improved public participation in governance
  • Socio-economic development projects geared to uplifting communities from abject poverty and cushioning environmental degradation

Strategic Plan 2014-2018

Values

  • Integrity- commitment to upholding honesty, reliability, and trust in all dealings
  • Creativity- recognition of innovation and value addition in all our work
  • Commitment- dedication to serve and voluntarism are pillars of all our efforts
  • Lasting legacy – we treasure approaches that empower communities to achieve sustainability

Key Outcomes

  • Sustainable use of environmental resources by coastal communities improved
  • Local capacity for climate change mitigation and adaptation strengthened
  • Citizen participation in environmental governance strengthened
  • Sustainable livelihood options for coastal communities diversified and fortified
  • EEIK’s institutional capacity enhanced

Representative activities include

  • Research, documentation and awareness creation Community training programs, demonstration and pilot projects to facilitate adoption of best environmental practices and best available technologies
  • Advocating for development, improvement and enforcement of appropriate policies in line with our mission and vision
  • Developing and disseminating resources and tools for improved public participation in governance
  • Socio-economic development projects geared to uplifting communities from abject poverty and cushioning environmental degradation