Formerly known as the Niger Delta Project for
Environment, Human Rights, and Development
(NDPEHRD), the Center for Environment, Human
Rights and Development (CEHRD) is a
rural-based and rural-focused non-profit
organisation founded on August 15, 1999 by
conservationists, environmentalists, activists,
and health workers in the Niger Delta region of
Nigeria. CEHRD was formed to respond to the
environmental, human rights, rural health, and
underdevelopment problems plaguing the Niger
Delta.

Our goal is to serve as a bridge between the rural
communities of Nigeria and their rights by
empowering them through education and
assistance.
CEHRD's Mission, as well as its Structure, is built upon its
four
Programme areas, each with its own Programme Head.  
The programmes are listed below, and reports from each
may be accessed through selecting them below:
Rural Health and Population
Conservation
Human Rights
Community Development
CEHRD Mentioned in 2009 Freedom House
Report on Nigeria

CEHRD's 2008 Human Rights Report
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NDPEHRD's sign outside our office in Eleme, Rivers State, Nigeria
Traditional fishing boats in the Niger Delta
Rural village children
One of the thousands of gas flares causing harm to villagers and the environment of the Delta
CEHRD's Latest Reports:
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Training of Rural Conservationists to Carry Out
Re-vegetation of a Mangrove Forest in a Crude Oil
Polluted Swamp

Pollution and Poverty in the Niger Delta

Women and Climate Change in Nigeria