Forum for Environment is a local environmental NGO working on different environmental and climate change related issues. Let’s keep our earth green!
On these pages you will find information about Forum for Environment in general and about our current projects. Further, we provide some of our publications for download and give access to our digital resource center.
The Annual General Assembly Meeting of FfE was held on 19 March 2016 at Aphrodite International Hotel.
1. Presentation and approval of activity and audit report for 2015
2. Presentation and approval of action plan and budget for 2016
3. Election of board members
Photos of the event can be found on our Facebook page.
A training workshop on climate change impacts and weather forecast was held at Adama town on November 7-8 2015. The workshop was organized by Forum for Environment (FfE) with the collaboration of the National Meteorological Agency (NMA). Pictures of the event can be found on our Facebook page.
Welcome to our new website! After a complete redesign, we proudly present the new FfE website. We hope you like it. If you have any questions, feedback or think that we are missing some information that was available on the old website, please let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org
The new television program on ebs TV by FfE in collaboration with Ministry of Environment and Forest is broadcasted every sunday at 2pm and fridays at 8pm. You can watch all episodes on our YouTube channel.
In Mutual collaboration with Dimtsi Woyane Tigray (DWET), Forum for Environment was implementing radio programs for about 28 consecutive weeks in Afar region. The radio programs, which have a length of 20 minutes, are produced and broadcasted in Afar language by Dimtsi Woyane Tigray (DWET). The main goal of these programs is to create awareness in the areas of climate change and its consequences and ways to mitigate environmental impact. Financial support was provided by the SCIP project. The radio programs are available for download at the SCIP project website.
FfE in collaboration with Ministry of Environment and Forest will start a new television program on ebs TV. Watch the trailer here: