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DATACAB Portal for Oil Spill and Air Quality monitoring in the Niger Delta

The DATACAB Environmental data analytic portal enables users to simplify environmental incident data and contents, presenting them in simplified infographic charts that can be easily used by strategic stakeholders for environmental analysis, strategic advocacy and targeted Intervention. Using a simplified data analysis platform, the DATACAB portal will totally reinvigorate grassroot participation in environmental protection and climate change adaptation.

The Soot Project - Mapping Air pollution in the Niger Delta

The Media Awareness and Justice Initiative (MAJI) under the Soot Mapping project in Port Harcourt will be supported by the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) to expand the DACATAB online portal to cover air quality monitoring, mapping and analysis for the development of sustainable community networks, effective stakeholder interactions and data oriented strategic interventions.

Data Casting Biodiversity Project (DATACAB)

Data Casting Biodiversity Project (DATACAB)

With support from the French Embassy in Nigeria, the DATACAB project uses Data analytics simplification tools to reinforce Civil Society Organisations capacity to contribute to environmentally protection and locally led climate adaptation in rural communities across the Niger Delta and in Nigeria.

MAJI Research on Coal Mining in Kogi State

The Cost of Coal - The Social, Economic and Environmental Impacts of Coal Mining in Nigeria

Ankpa Local Government Area (LGA), Kogi State, Nigeria, is part of a host of extractive local government areas in Nigeria, who suffer from the “Resource Curse”. People living in the rural communities covered by this local government area continue to suffer huge environmental, livelihood and health impacts of industrial and artisanal coal mining activities 

We can't Breathe - Africa chokes on COVID-19 and fossil fuel flames

We can’t breathe – Africa Choking on COVID and Fossil flames

On the 10th of August 2020, Oilwatch Africa, held a virtual Annual General Meeting (AGM), with the theme- . The AGM was attended by 32 participants from 12 African countries, including Nigeria, Togo, Swaziland, Mozambique, South Africa, Ghana, Kenya, DRC, Uganda, Cote d’Ivoire, Zimbabwe, Ivory Coast.