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EEASA CONFERENCE 2015

Environmental Education Association of Southern Africa (EEASA) is an organisation for environmental educators in the SADC region. Its membership is comprised of educators in all levels, researchers, environmentalists, NGOs, learners and professional environmental organisations. EEASA is governed by an elected council which coordinates and implements the decisions taken in conferences.

The organization provides a forum for Environmental Education (EE) practitioners and learners to share their experiences and ideas necessary for developing EE practices and related fields in the region. Swaziland has been a partner in the development of EEASA and was instrumental in ensuring that the organization develops into an efficient regional forum.

The conference is being hosted by the Swaziland Environment Authority (SEA) in collaboration with the University of Swaziland, Swaziland National Trust Commission, Ministry of Education and Lower Usuthu Sustainable Land Management. There is a limit of 600 delegates at the conference; hence an early registration of an interest to attend the conference is essential.

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EEASA Conference 2015, Matsapha, Swaziland

Responsible Organisation:
SEA

Contact:
Belusile Mhlanga
 
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