Mamane Seini

Mamane Seini

The ANEB was created in 1987 to meet the requirements of the Domestic Energy Strategy (SED), particularly in terms of the organization of the wood energy sector for the sustainable management of forest resources. The aim of this structure is to facilitate the supply of fuelwood to large urban centers. The restoration of degraded land and reforestation. That is why it is established in all the chief towns of the regions in Niger republic.
Niamey, Niger
  • Energy Sector

CEO @ANEB-NIGER • Co-Founder

Commercial viability: Land reclamation and refueling. Likelihood of scaling up: Intermediate ability to scale up Reproducibility: Production technology mastered by the cooperative Environmental impact: Positive impacts on the environment through controlled regeneration, actions to recover degraded land and biodiversity conservation. Our intervention is a kind of community forest management, which reduces and stop deforestation and forest degradation. Socioeconomic impact: Contributor to wealth creation, job creation, to fix young people from migration, to fight corruption and engage women in community forest management for the inclusion of gender in sustainable forest resource utilization in Niger. It prevent people from conflict on forest resource utilization mostly the conflict between herdsmen and forest user in Niger. Our intervention has become a national tool for forest resource management in West Africa Sahel region.

Amazing things Mamane's made
. ANEB-Niger has improved the living conditions of the population thanks to a sustainable supply and a competitive price of wood energy from big cities. It also guarantees the maintenance of forest carbon associated with the conservation of the Sahelian forest ecosystem. Organization and supply of fuelwood to NIGER urban areas through updating and implementing the supply master plan. Maintaining and increasing forest carbon while preserving forest ecosystems through the application of the Management and Management Plan simplifies updated and secure forest resources. Sustainable improvement of the economy of the wood energy sector by aiming for its long-term self-financing by the concerted implementation and application of taxation and decentralized forest control. Involvement of the population in the management of forest resources for a sustainable and competitive supply of urban centers. Development of degraded land through actions to restore the land.

Mamane Seini CEO at ANEB-NIGER recommended ANEB-NIGER where Mamane is Co-Founder

Some recommendations are also made for the of the attention of the Fledge
1. There is a need to support the process of capacity development and mobilization of resources for the harmonization, domestication, and implementation of specific action plans, protocols, and directives;
2. To agree on a platform for periodic dialogue between the RECs;
3.. There is a need to mutualize the financial, human, and technical resources;
4. To promote trade in forest products, and services;
5. To encourage bilateral cooperation on wood trade in wood derivatives and non-wood forest products (NWFPs);
6. To integrate the wood trade, and its derivatives in the negotiations and integrated dialogue Africa/Asia;
7. To promote the participation of the private sector in the value chain approach, job creation and improvement of the living conditions of local communities;
8. To support Niger to identify appropriate traceability mechanisms and forest certification adapted to the sub-regional context;