Our think tank
(Re)sources unites around twenty members: development militants, academic staff, political VIPs, business operators and international institutions. Their combined input enriches debates on established points of consensus and can be used to apprehend water and energy problems from several different angles - regulatory, economical, social and even sanitary - however, the constant focus is to find hands-on long-lasting solutions.
(Re)sources, a network of exchange created more than 12 years ago
The (Re)sources network was founded in 2004 at Libreville, at a founding colloquium on water and energy rights. Participants, operators in the water and energy sectors, created this think tank in order to attract the attention of decision-makers and the media to the problems related to accessing essential services in developing countries
(Re)sources unites around
development militants, academic staff, political VIPs, business operators and international institutions.Find out (re)sources members