The overall objective of the assessment is to analyze the current and potential impact of development project activities on the environment and the financial budget attached to EIA(s).
Holding Government Accountable: effects on non-compliance
to EIA on social lives, health, livelihood and environment
Act Hub Africa held her signature programme The Policy Dialogue on her live platform tagged “The Chat”. The event took place virtually on Thursday, June 13, 2020, which focus on the topic; “Holding government accountable: effects of non-compliance to Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) on social lives, health, livelihood and environment”. The dialogue tried to find the nexus between executing development projects and its effects of social lives, health, livelihood and environment. The dialogue was designed to air and document ideas and perspectives on how EIA is being perceived from various field especially in the angle of holding government accountable as well as protecting the communities from the negative effects of non-compliance.
Some of the discussants during the dialogue include an Engr. Caleb Fagade, Ms Efosa Mejele (Budding Lawyer), Mr Ismail Alase and Ms Mujidah Ajibola with John Oluwafemi OLLA, the team lead for Act Hub Africa an Accountapreneur with Accountability Lab Nigeria as the host and moderator.
The event started at 12.30 pm and ended at around 2.30 pm with participants from 2 major platforms (YouTube and Facebook).