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Regional Environmental Centre for the Caucasus (REC Caucasus) (Active)
 MissionThe Regional Environmental Centre for the Caucasus - REC Caucasus is an independent, not-for-profit, non-advocacy foundation registered in spring of 2000, following the decision made at the Sofia Ministerial Conference in 1995, to work for environment and sustainable development in the Caucasus region. REC Caucasus assists the Caucasus states in solving environmental problems and supports in building 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 all other stakeholders. The founding document of REC Caucasus - its Charter - was signed in September, 1999 by the governments of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and the European Union. Work of the organisation has been supported by the core funding provided by the EU. Following an agreement signed between REC Caucasus and the USA, the US became a key supporter and donor of REC Caucasus. Other financial and technical assistance has been provided by Denmark, Germany, Switzerland.
 International headquarterTbilisi, Georgia
 Organization activity
NGO Development
Agriculture
Water and sanitation
Ecology
Environment
Community development
Local NGO development
Capacity building
 Key staff
Mr. Ilkin Kangarli - Coordinator of the Information Point in Azerbaijan
Mrs. Arzu Zeynalova - Assistant to the coordinator of Information Point in Azerbaijan
Mr. Chingiz Allahverdiyev - National coordinator of the Small Grants Programme "Sustainable Development of Caspian Coastal Communities"
Mr. Azer Garayev - National coordinator of the Project “Pilot Projects for Sustainable Development of Mountain Regions of the Caucasus – Local Agenda 21”
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