corporate and state practices on our communities.
pollution and systemic activities that endanger our ecosystems’ sustainability
growing global population—projected to reach 9 billion by 2050—is urgent
damage to the persons or impose "costs" on the environment, are held accountable and pay for their actions or inactions.
Our Life. Stop Oil Pollution
to prevent and mitigate these deleterious practices of the extractives sector.
Community - Solidarity - Impact.
Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA)
Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA) works to advance human rights, challenge corporate abuse of our natural resources and build community power for inclusive development and participatory governance.
CAPPA is a Pan – African organisation that is passionately devoted to working with African communities and to build partnerships with them towards taking collective social action towards the promotion and defence of the rights of peoples. It would challenge the abuse of our natural resources, our environment and our people through corporate and state policies and practices.
Water & COVID-19
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