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Environmental Development Action in the Third World

ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT ACTION in the Third World (ENDA-TM) is an international nonprofit, nongovernmental organization based in Dakar, Senegal. Founded in 1972, on the occasion of the United Nations (UN) conference on environment held in Stockholm, ENDA is an association of autonomous entities coordinated by an executive secretariat. ENDA's representation is disseminated throughout the world and includes 24 thematic teams at the Dakar headquarters, each working on development and environment themes, 21 sections in southern countries (14 in Africa, five in South America, and two in Asia), a European delegation, and a Japanese representation to be established. The organization has about 100 staff members in Senegal and about the same number abroad.

Funding for the organization's activities mainly come from the governments of Switzerland, Austria, and ...

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