Because Only Together We Can
BuildING a COMMUNITY Where All FEEL EMPOWERED THROUGH CAPACITY BUILDING AND DEVELOPMENT
Who We Are
Coastal and Marine Areas Development Initiative (CMADI) is a non-governmental organisation incorporated in December 2010. It was birthed due to the need to address several challenges in the coastal communities.
Partnering to build a world where all children are empowered within their local community to create change.
“We believe that every conservation and sustainable livelihood action contributes to the collective positive outcome for effective societal growth and advancement”
“to promote habitat conservation and improved sustainable livelihood through education and presentation of appropriate technologies”
What We Do
— Advocacy and Training
Knowledge they say is power. The importance of training and advocacy in a society cannot be over-emphasized. Training and advocacy are very vital in any society that aims at progressing by enabling the process of acquiring the essential skills required for a particular job.
— Capacity Development
CMADI supports capacity development initiatives of governments, civil society organizations, private sector and other institutions through advocacy, training and implementation services.
— Energy & Environment Conservation
CMADI supports actions geared towards achieving affordable energy and environmental conservation in the local communities.
— Eradication of Poverty
CMADI promotes inclusive and sustainable human development and works to reduce poverty in all its dimensions. We focus our efforts on making growth and trade benefit everyone in rural communities.
— Health Education
Health programmes organised by CMADI hep to improve the health, safety and wellbeing of people especially women and children. We recently started health sensitisation programme at churches within Warri city that invites us to educate their congregation.
— Peace Building
CMADI works with partners to put in place measures designed to consolidate peaceful relations and strengthen viable political, socio-economic and cultural institutions capable of handling conflict.