Organisation Yinéyinédian pour la Nature et le Développement Durable (OND)
Created by a multidisciplinary group from several regions of the country of the Integral Men, O.N.D regroups men and women within it.
• With regard to the incidence of extreme poverty in Burkina Faso and particularly in rural areas;
• Noting that economic interests have an enormous impact on ecological interests;
• Recognizing the extent and degree of youth unemployment;
• Recognizing the serious human rights violations;
• Constant gender-based violence against girls and women and violence against children;
• Recognizing that a broad consensus indicates that governments and governments are not in a position to provide solutions to development problems on their own.
It is imperative that civil society contributes to the fight against poverty in order to promote sustainable development that takes into account all the needs of the populations.
It is in this context that the creation of the Yineyindian Organization for Nature and Sustainable Development (O.N.D) is justified.
The NDA, which is a non-governmental organization, advocates participatory sustainable development, agro-ecology and gender-based volunteering for the management of populations on their own.
It is officially recognized on September 4, 1995 for the first time under Recognition Receipt No. 95-0248 / MAT / SG / DGAT / DLPAJ of September 4, 1995.
Faced with realities on the ground, the Association for the Development of Livestock, Agroforestry, Agriculture and Reconstruction of Natural Resources of the Environment in Burkina Faso (ADEAARRNEBF) changes its name and now The Yinéyinédian Organization for Nature and Sustainable Development, abbreviated to OND on the decision of its General Council held in Ouagadougou on 27 August 2007, giving rise to the new Recognition Receipt No. 910 / MATD / SG / DGLPAP / DOASOC Of 31 December 2007.
Vocation and regrouping:
Organization of non-profit, non-governmental, non-political, non-governmental civil society is governed by the laws in force in Burkina Faso, in particular Law No. 10 ADP of 15/12/1992 on freedom of association.
The Yinéyinédian Organization for Nature and Sustainable Development (OND) has 196 member village groups, 139 clubs and 72 village management committees.
It has 8,670 members, including: 3970 Men and 4,700 Women, whose number is increasing as and when.
The OND's mission is to contribute to maintaining a balance between economic and ecological interests in order to satisfy the needs of the populations present without compromising those of future generations and to have a dynamic, active, responsible population, Solidarity and commitment to a more balanced, just and sustainable world in which men and women share in sharing resources, power and knowledge on an equal footing and where children are educated, cared for and fully developed. .
1. Be a structure capable of initiating, organizing and steering activities within the framework of the promotion of sustainable development, gender equality and opportunities as well as human rights;
2. To serve as an information framework for the training and support of disadvantaged populations in the sustainable management of natural resources, socio-economic and cultural development and the promotion of human rights (especially children, women and disadvantaged groups );
3. Be the advocate / spokesperson of the voiceless, especially poor rural populations concerned with their development, with the public authorities, politicians and development partners;
4. To be a designer / promoter of programs and projects for the sustainable development and socio-economic and cultural promotion of the rural and urban poor;
5. To serve as a sustainable structure for supporting local authorities, state and private services dealing with youth issues, agro-sylvo-pastoral activities, democracy, the promotion of the rule of law, good governance, Health and sexual and reproductive rights "SDSR";
6. To serve as a framework for consultation and consultation between sustainable development structures and organizations on the one hand, and between them and local authorities, public authorities and development partners on the other.
Women and gender equality
Early Childhood Development
Social Services/Child Protection