Empowering vulnerable populations and building community capacity in the United States and internationally.
As part of an EPA Small Water System grant, EFCWest is working with Puerto Rican water systems to help them identify the root causes of their challenges and address areas where they can create positive impact.
EFCWest is excited to be returning to Imperial County to provide a year-long training Nonprofit Capacity Building Training to local NGOs. Click on the Title above to find out more and apply!
EFCWest is working with the Kewa Pueblo through 2020 to help them complete their climate vulnerability assessment and climate adaptation plan.
Since 2011, EFCWest has been a key participant and advisor in the curriculum development and delivery of the first Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development programs in Argentina at the University of Buenos Aires and the Global Compact and the National University of San Martin.
EFCWest is leading a planning session at the Stakeholder Forum to help inform the 2019 Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction. The sixth Session of the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (GP2019) will take place in Geneva, Switzerland from 13 to 17 May, 2019, convened and organized by the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) and hosted by the Government of Switzerland. Click on the photo above for more information.
The earth needs powerful women so we have helped launch Women’s Climate Centers International (WCCI). WCCI is committed to building Women’s Climate Centers that co-create sustainable solutions with vulnerable communities emphasizing low-cost environmentally appropriate technologies, advocacy and leadership.
EFCWest is providing training and technical support to California Tribal Resource Managers through 2019. Click on the title above to learn more, attend a workshop or find out about our one-on-one support options!
EFCWest is excited to be working with the Fort Independence Paiute on their resource Management Plan! First up: facilitating a community meeting to explore water resources.