Environmental Finance Support Agency
OACM EFSA is the agency that specialises in helping other organizations, NGOs and individual projects important for keeping the planet’s environmental and biodiversity balance intact, avoiding the extinction of species, and keeping other severe natural disasters that can lead to extinction at bay. The EFSA is under control of the OACM financial and sustainability department’s CEO and is under direct supervision of the ethics and transparency committee. OACM’s global integration into the government and corporate sectors provides EFSA with a unique communication platform and list of contacts that have a unique opportunity to support other global initiatives that are not in the OACM’s domain - to support other concrete projects oriented towards biodiversity and the planet’s protection.
EFSA will support only the projects based on concrete measures and solutions and which can prove the effects and provide tangible results in both short and long term operations. The support and acquiring of financial means for the projects will be conducted only among the OACM member nations and the global corporate sector involved in the OACM activities. In close collaboration with other OACM departments, EFSA will develop new innovative strategies and global directives for acquiring financial support for NGOs and other organizations to minimise the time required for getting the financial support - which can help save the planet and wildlife. The time used for acquiring the financial support is contributing to loss of wildlife and biodiversity, and battling that is one of the EFSA’s main missions.
EFSA will be globally promoted within the GEPN system in collaboration with OACM nations, governments and corporate sectors, in order to maximise its exposure and efficiency among the OACM members. EFSA is supported by all OACM partners and the tax of those nations will contribute to its efficiency and future development. This system of financial guidance and support will help other valuable environmental projects to surface and have an effect on local, national and global level.