what we do?
Conservation of the coastal marine environment & sustainable living
Committed to the conservation of the coastal and marine environment and sustainable livelihoods for the people in the Grenadine Islands between Grenada and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
We focus on strengthening civil society partners so that they can better participate in bringing about change that is equitable and lasting.
training workshops, small project support, attachments and exchanges, networking and awareness, linking activities of the two governments and external donors in the Grenadines
The Grenadines are an island chain in the West Indies, between Saint Vincent and Grenada. There are over 30 islands stretching over 100km, of which the nine largest have permanent settlements. Many of these islands were first inhabited by Amerindians from northern South America before European colonization, many of whom brought with them, African slaves. Today, the international boundary between the independent nations of Grenada and St. Vincent and the Grenadines runs east to west ….
SusGren’s work in the Grenadines focuses on 6 different areas that contribute to our long-term vision: “Civil society organizations and individuals in the Grenadines will be applying enhanced capacity and motivation to manage natural resources wisely, resulting in measurable outcomes for environmental health and biodiversity conservation, sustainability of livelihoods and climate resilience.”
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Help us preserve our precious resources for a sustainable future.
SusGren is the hub of a network of civil society organizations in the Grenadines. Our mission is to empower the people of the Grenadines to make wise use of their natural resources through environmental education and stewardship-building, sustainable livelihoods, biodiversity conservation, climate change adaptation and strengthening of civil society organizations