The Sustainable Development Institute (SDI) works to transform decision-making processes in relation to natural resources and to promote equity in the sharing of benefits derived from natural resource management in Liberia. The organization’s vision is a Liberia in which natural resource management is guided by the principles of sustainability and good governance and benefits all Liberians. Its activities cover a range of crosscutting issues including: governance and management; the environment; state and corporate social responsibility; economic and social justice for rural populations; and the democratic participation of ordinary people in government management of natural resources. The organization received the Goldman Environmental Prize, the world’s largest prize honoring grassroots environmentalists for outstanding environmental achievements, in 2006.
Ali Kaba is a senor reseacher and the Program Director of the Community Land Protection Program of the Sustainable Development Institute, a Liberian based non-governmental organization working to transform decision-making processes in relation to natural resources.Mr. Kaba’s interest is land governance, conflict resolution, resource management and sustainable development.
James is a multi-purpose professional and dedicated individual with more than ten years experience in the field of development, facilitation, training, mediation and peace building. An innovative, self-motivated and community mobilize. Trained more than 300 community development and social workers in Liberia and Guinea; lead trainer in participatory approaches (participatory Learning Appraisal –PRA/PLA; Adult Learning Principles/psychology and Development Education and Leadership Teams in Action-DELTA) with excellent human relation and interpersonal communication and team orientation.
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