Created in April 2001, the NGO ADLI brings together animators and executives specializing in natural resource management, food crisis management, communication and the promotion of peasant entrepreneurship. It also has members of the Rural Community Management Councils.
While continuing its initial activities, the NGO expanded its intervention areas and diversified its partners while maintaining its initial objective.
The NGO works in all 8 regions of Niger where it supports organizations in its fields of competence. It has a system in each region composed of salaried staff who manage ongoing projects and regional bureau members who run the activities of the NGO / ADLI.
Support local and individual initiatives in the context of poverty alleviation and building resilience to promote sustainable and balanced development of communities, producer organizations and vulnerable groups.
To this end, it focuses its actions on local structures organized into groups or associations, cooperatives, vulnerable groups and personal initiatives.
- Promote and support local initiatives while favoring the land planning approach;
- Support the emergence of structures capable of taking charge of local development;
- Support the promotion of income generating activities;
- Help vulnerable people move out of the vulnerable situation by creating sustainable resources.
The purpose of the support of the NGO ADLI at the level of the rural communities is the beginning of a process of participative development aimed at improving the living environment within the support areas. It is in a participative and iterative framework through the implementation of a Natural and Municipal Resource Management Plan (PGTV / PDC) of:
- Make people aware of the degradation of natural resources;
- Encourage the adoption by people of attitudes and behaviors conducive to the protection of the environment;
- Encourage concrete actions (individual and / or collective) to fight against poverty; adaptation to climate change and emergency response when needed.See more