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Health of Mother Earth Foundation

30 Oct 2023
Health of Mother Earth Foundation (HOMEF) has embarked on training oil host community members on methods of fostering a united front in seeking environmental justice from oil multinationals. Following the alleged divide-and-rule tactics often used by most International Oil Companies (IOCs) to evade the capability of environmental crimes, HOMEF said it was imperative for communities…

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