International NGO Journal

  • Abbreviation: Int. NGOJ
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1993-8225
  • DOI: 10.5897/INGOJ
  • Start Year: 2006
  • Published Articles: 264

Table of Content: July 2009; 4(7)

July 2009

A new conservation NGO, neotropical primate conservation: Project experiences in Peru

  The Neotropics, tropical areas of South and Central America are home to the largest number of primate species of any bio-region. Many of these species face a serious risk of extinction due to anthropogenic factors such as hunting and deforestation. In 2007 a new NGO was set up to promote the in-situ conservation of these species, Neotropical Primate Conservation (NPC) is the first NGO solely...

Author(s): S. Shanee and N. Shanee

July 2009

Gender and renewable energy in rural Nigeria

  The paper examines ways in which increased attention to renewable energy and gender linkages can help promote development, as well as work towards meeting the target set out in the millennium development goals. It argues that poor women in rural areas generally rely on burning traditional biomass fuels which impact negatively on their well being. The paper explains that increased access to renewable energy...

Author(s): Comfort Onyemaechi Chukuezi

July 2009

An atlantic rim partnership

  The end of the cold war and its hot war proxies, has loosened up such trading and security blocs as the OECD and NATO, but without always creating the new alliances necessary to meet the challenges of the new century. One particular challenge is that of finding a partnership with the new democracies of Africa, independent of the European aid conventions which grouped together all former colonies, however...

Author(s): Raymond Lloyd