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Building climate change resilient communities and ecosystems in Malawi

Building the capacity of civil society organizations, community based organizations and communities on management of the impacts of climate change and variability

Mobilizing adequate resources (human, financial) for network activities and other activities that may require network intervention

Enhancing the capacity of civil society organizations to lobby and advocate for the management of climate change and its impacts in Malawi and at regional and international level

Welcome to Civil Society Network on Climate Change

Civil Society Network on Climate Change (CISONECC) exists to facilitate collaboration and provide policy positions to relevant stakeholders including government and policy makers on Climate Change management and Disaster Risk Management in the country. The network was established in 2008 and it is registered with the government of Malawi under the Trustees Incorporation Act and CONGOMA as a Non Governmental Organization.

Organizational Management
CISONECC has a Board of Trustees with legal responsibility for policy formulation, decision making and providing oversight duties over management and administration affairs. The network has a Secretariat with legal mandate to execute the decisions of the Board of Trustees and undertake the day to day management of CISONECC affairs . Over the years since its establishment in 2008, CISONECC's Secretariat is now established with rented offices in Lilongwe. This development necessitates a review of CISONECC's Code of Conduct and Operational Guidelines especially section 9.0 which stipulate minimum requirements for any member organization to host CISONECC Secretariat.
Organizational Membership
CISONECC is a network of members with a membership of 56 as of June 2017 . This comprises Local Non Governmental Organizations (LNGOs), International Non Governmental Organizations (INGOs), and Faith Based Organizations (FBOs), Networks and Associations. These are autonomous organizations with aspirations related to climate change and disaster risk reduction. As members, they have a unified responsibility to contribute to the achievement of CISONECC objectives through collaborative efforts keeping with the ethos of the network.

To coordinate civil society organisations and influence a desired change in climate change and disaster risk management-related policies, practices and attitudes through research, advocacy, model projects, networking and capacity building.
A coordinated approach to building climate change resilient communities and ecosystems in Malawi.

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