GACEED is a non–governmental Organization committed to youth development, environmental management and good governance. The organization was originally formed in 1996 and was registered in 1999.
Since its inception, GACEED had always boasted of memberships that are quite enthusiastic about community development. Most of the membership; young professionals with diverse experience in community development, sees the organization as a medium through which they can engage in selfless services to fellow disadvantaged members of the community and to humanity.
To become a strategic partner in sustainable development for poor urban communities whose development agenda are mainstream into the plans of District Assemblies
GACEED is committed to adding value to poor urban communities through the provision of strategic support, capacity building and advocacy on youth development, environmental management and good governance
- To create opportunities through employable skills training and business development services as a means of youth development towards productivity
- To build the capacities of CBOs on participation in local governance, decision-making processes and promote social accountability
- To use the Zero Waste Project through decentralization of community-based reuse, recycling and composting programs that promotes waste recovery as a resource
- Youth Development
- Good Governance
- Environmental Management