Why GEB?

GEB consultancy has a broad experience in Subsahara Africa and has seen the realities of the environmental challenges in the subcontinent.

From the burning garbage dumps in Sao Tomé to the effects of drought in Niger, to the influences of long term inundation in Senegal. This personal experience, combined with a strong track record of consultancies/trainings/workshops done in the region, will ensure that assignments are really catering to the needs of the requesting organisation and the realities that they face in the field and within their institutional surroundings. But GEB stands for Global Environmental Benefits: we will ensure that all projects and programmes, while tackling a local challenge, will contribute to the overall need for mainstreaming of environmental concerns in umbrella policies such as the Poverty Reduction Strategy Documents and the achievement of the Millenium Development Goals.

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