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‘Freedom and security for all, a life without poverty, fear and environmental destruction’ – with this aim in mind, the German Ministry for Economic Coordination and Development (BMZ) is seeking to help make globalisation an opportunity for all. In its Coalition Agreement, the BMZ’s development policy focuses on education, health, rural development, good governance and sustainable economic development in particular. For more information visit: BMZ


For a sufficient economical development, the Republic of Armenia is asking its society to pay more attention to Nature protection issues. Though, by the legislation of the RA, environmental activities are under the responsibility of the Ministry, it is impossible to regulate such vital issues without an active participation and assistance of the society. For more information visit: MoNP


Tackling environmental problems has always been in the centre of attention in Azerbaijan. Therefore national activity programs on environment protection have been adopted as well as numerous important works have been carried out in the direction of implementing international ecological programs, rehabilitation and protection of natural resources, establishment of national parks, and creation of ecological network. For more information visit: ETSN


One of the most important goals of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection is to support a sustainable development of the country in the field of environment. Therefore main tasks are to organize an environmental planning system, to elaborate and implement state policy, target programs and strategies of environmental protection for sustainable development, national environmental action programs and management plans in the field of environmental protection and natural resources. For more information visit: MENR


The Agency’s primary responsibility is to manage Georgia’s strict nature reserves, national parks, natural monuments, managed reserves, protected landscapes, biosphere reserves, world heritage sites and wetland sites of international importance. For more information visit: APA


KfW Development Bank has been helping the German Federal Government to achieve its goals in development policy and international development cooperation for more than 50 years. On behalf of the German Federal Government, and primarily the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), KfW finances and supports programmes and projects that mainly involve public sector players in developing countries and emerging economies. For more information visit: KfW



As the world’s leading conservation organization, the World Wide Fund for Nature works in over 100 countries. WWF’s mission is to stop the degradation of our planet’s natural environment, and build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. For more information visit: WWF



The Caucasus Nature Fund (CNF) is a conservation trust fund. It provides grants to protected areas in order to supplement operating expenses, such as: buying equipment, prevent poaching, logging and other illegal activities, monitor species trends and ecosystem health, educate the public, promote tourism and sustainable development, pay staff, etc. For more information visit: CNF



As a federal enterprise, GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH) supports the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. GIZ is also engaged in international education work around the globe. For more information visit: GIZ


AHT GROUP AG is a privately owned independent consulting firm, offering management and engineering services in their core fields of activities, i.e. water, agriculture, environment, governance and waste. The scope of services covers management and organisational aspects, institutional development and training, as well as the entire project cycle from preliminary site investigations and feasibility studies to detailed design, project implementation and evaluation. For more information visit: AHT GROUP AG



The Regional Environmental Centre for the Caucasus (REC Caucasus) is an independent, nonprofit- organisation. REC Caucasus assists the Caucasus states in solving environmental problems and gives support in educating the civil society through promotion of public participation in the decision-making process, development of free exchange of information and encouragement of cooperation at national and regional level among NGOs, governments, businesses, local communities and other stakeholders. For more information visit: REC Caucasus