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[gardening_about_welcome first=”About” second=”NECJOGA” description=”Whether you want a bricked patio area, a lawn laid, flower beds designed. We have been designing beautiful gardens for over 15 years. Whether you want something traditional or a modern. If you like what you see, give us a call and we’ll come and see you and your garden and discuss ideas, designs and costs. To see some photos of our work so that you can see what we are capable of or even perhaps to get some inspiration, please browse the Gallery area of our website. If you like what you see, give us a call and we’ll come and see you and your garden and discuss ideas, designs and costs.”]About USNECJOGHA was formed in February 2002 at Eldoret, Kenya, during the ninth Climate Outlook Forum (COF9), after a series of discussions between journalists and climate scientists at climate outlook forums and users workshops. The 10 countries comprising NECJOGHA include Burundi, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda.The objective of the network is to enhance the interaction between climate scientists and journalists and, in so doing, to disseminate climate information in ways that are easily understood by all, including policymakers and the general public in the GHA.[/gardening_about_welcome]
[vc_message icon_fontawesome=”fa fa-mixcloud”]NECJOGHA MISSION STATEMENT

To advance the communication, dissemination, study of and research into climate information for the better decision making through engaging and training journalists and scientists in the Greater Horn of Africa.

NECJOGHA VISION STATEMENT

To be the biggest organization in Africa training media practitioners and scientists in the dissemination of climate information in a way understandable to the end user.

NECJOGHA OBJECTIVES

i. To advance the communication, dissemination, study of and research into climate information towards the support of climate science technology and policy as they apply to or are relevant to all areas of human activity;

ii.To secure the widest possible dissemination of knowledge in the fields of climate science technology and policy gained in such research or through Network Members acting in their own right;[/vc_message]

[vc_message icon_fontawesome=”fa fa-mixcloud”]iii.To assist in the exchange of information between journalists, media houses, academics and between academia, institutions, like minded organisations, business, industry, policy makers and the general public;

iv.To bring together journalists, editors, media managers, communication scientists and others interested in climate science communication for the exchange of information, discussion of areas of interest or concern, for co-operation in groups and to influence policy makers, business leaders and the general public;

  1. In particular develop or help to develop communication strategies towards reduction of climate related risks and disasters by enabling mitigation measures to be developed;
  2. To help develop climate variability and climate change adaptation strategies through communication and other innovative interventions ;

vii.To advance the education of journalists, editors, communication scientists in the appropriate disciplines of science communication

viii.To liaise, and co-operate when appropriate with other organisations worldwide with similar and/or complementary.[/vc_message]

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