Nadya Boneva – Bulgaria

Linked with Women’s Earth Alliance WEA, and with Wiser Earth.org.

Ms. Nadya Boneva is well-known within Bulgaria and the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe in the field of environmental protection and sustainable development. She has deep experience working within governmental, business arenas and has created partnerships among NGOs and different citizen movements living and working in rural areas of Bulgaria. She is working with many municipalities in remote parts of the country, where the communication is difficult and follow-up is essential. Nadya helped the municipalities to establish NGOs, and has worked to strengthen NGO’s capacity with training, fundraising, and running advocacy initiatives. She is a member of Women’s Earth Alliance.

Read: External evaluation of the impact of WHO environmental health policies and action plan in Bulgaria, 19 pdf pages, December 2002.

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Nadya Boneva – Bulgaria

She is of the Board of Directors of the Regional Environment Center REC .

CONCORD Development Education Forum, Action Plan 2008: Development education is an active learning process, founded on values of solidarity, equality, inclusion and co-operation. It enables people to move from basic awareness of international development priorities and sustainable human development, through understanding of the causes and effects of global issues, to personal involvement and informed action.
Development education fosters the full participation of all citizens in world-wide poverty eradication, and the fight against exclusion. It seeks to influence more just and sustainable economic, social and environmental, human rights based national and international policies … (full long text).

She writes: … 8. Outputs, Outcomes and Dissemination, page 27:

  • Explain differences in actual outputs against those agreed in the initial ‘Project Implementation Timetable’ and the ‘Project Outputs Schedule’, i.e. what outputs were not or only partly achieved? Were additional outputs achieved? There are no changes in the actual outputs compared to the initial Project proposal during the reporting period.
  • Provide details of dissemination activities in the host country during the year, including information on target audiences. Will dissemination activities be continued by the host country when the project finishes, and how will this be funded and implemented?
  • More than 100 people participated in the public discussion of National Action Plan for Biodiversity and 80 people participated in the launch of National Action Plan for sustainable land management. The project products are listed on the web sites of TIME Eco projects Foundation with 5000 visitors visiting the site and Web page ekoobrazovanie.net in russian language, (see also the english site Education for sustainable development), specially dedicated to nature conservation, education, environmental education and education for sustainable development. The hosting and web page maintenance will be continued after the project completion by the Bluelink network and TIME Foundation content manager. The publication of ECOPOLIS newsletter will continue after the project implementation. TIME Foundation has been producing this newsletter for more than 8 years so far. Other dissemination activities are listed above – for example the teachers workshops forthcoming National Conference … (full long text of 27 pdf pages concerning the Darwin Initiative for the Survival of Species, Annual Report, April 2005 – March 2006).

links:

the book: Sustainable Solid Waste Management in the Southern Black Sea Region, 336 pages, 2000;

ECO-Accord, Center for Environment and Sustainable Development;

Sofia/Bulgaria on the map of community walk.com;

BASELINE REPORT CLIMATE CHANGE;

Development Education Exchange in Europe Project DEEEP, links;

UNDP – GEF, GOVERNMENT OF REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA, CAPACITY BUILDING FOR SUSTAINABLE LAND MANAGEMENT IN BULGARIA, ADVISORY BOARD FIRST MEETING, Minutes of meeting, 5 pages, Oct. 1, 2007.

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