Entries by Victorine Munongo

ISNAD-Africa Environmental Education Programme Interactive Session With the students at MADA International College, Yaounde Cameroon

The Environmental Education Programme (EEP) seeks to raise the awareness of secondary school students on the challenges and opportunities in the green growth in Africa. The programme is conducted anually under the supervision of Ms Sonma Agatha-Christy Okoro, the Manager, Administration of ISNAD-Africa. The objective is to educate and educate the secondary school students to […]

A new mind-set pattern for Sustainable development

According to the Brundtland report, “Sustainable development is a mode of development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”. This concept was introduced to the world by Gro Harlem Brundtland in 1987. Since then, this concept  has been adopted in several variations by […]

The Parallelism of Eco-efficiency and Profitability in Companies

A company that integrates sustainable development principles to its strategy and operations sets goals to maintain a continuous friendly system that promotes progressive societal and environmental values, while involving internal and external stakeholders. Eco-efficiency is considered an economic and environmental concept that goes in line with the spirit of sustainable development. It was developed by […]

The perception of genderhood in sustainability

The adoption of multiple international conventions in favour of women (from the Convention of political Rights of women, 1952 to the Protocol to the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of discrimination against women, 1999) launched a great dynamism contributing to the construction and deconstruction of paradigms linked to the social role attributed to […]