The East African Network for Environmental Compliance and Enforcement (EANECE) is a regional network of governmental agencies which have in their mandate environmental management, compliance and enforcement responsibilities in the East African nations of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi. The EANECE Executive Commitee has recently approved the entry of Ethiopia and Zanzibar into the Network and steps are being taken to actaulize the entry of the two nations.
of EANECE is to promote the rule of law, good environmental governance and sustainable development in East Africa through efficient and effective implementation and enforcement of environmental requirements. EANECE was established in May, 2010 at a regional conference held at the United Nations Gigiri Complex, Nairobi, Kenya. At the said conference, the five East African nations through their respective national environmental management agencies agreed upon and signed a Charter establishing the Network.
Summit Calls for enforcement cooperation to achieve green economy
The Summit programme was designed around the theme “Enforcement Cooperation to Achieve Green Economy in East Africa”. The Summit began on 9th November, 2012 with the EANECE Executive Committee Meeting which laid out the future strategic focus of the Network with the aim of achieving greater impact in the region. The Executive Committee Meeting also revisited various strategies towards making the Network financially sustainable through mobilization of local resources.