CLEAN (Coastal Livelihoods and Environmental Action Network) maintains three types of partnerships: (a) Programme Partners (b) Networks & Alliances and (c) Strategic Partners.

Programme Partners
Programme Partners are those who supports us to implement our projects and campaigns at field level. Our distinguished partners are:

Networks & Alliances

CLEAN is an active member of several Networks, Forums and Alliances who works nationally, regionally and globally on agriculture, biodiversity, climate change, development finance, food security, illegitimate debt, peoples safeguards and rural livelihoods. The networks where CLEAN is a member are:
  • AEN (Asian Energy Network): Since 2018
  • AIIB Working Group: Since 2016
  • APMDD (Asia Pacific Movement on Debt and Development): Since 2018
  • CSRL (Campaign for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods), Bangladesh: Since 2008
  • CANSA (Climate Action Network, South Asia): Since 2010
  • CFGN (Climate Finance Governance Network), Bangladesh: 2013 – 2016
  • CADTM (Committee for the Abolition of Third World Debt): Since 2016
  • DBM (Democratic Budget Movement), Bangladesh: Since 2014
  • Equality Forum, Bangladesh: Since 2015
  • KHANI (Food Security Network of Bangladesh): Since 2013
  • GCAP (Global Call to Action Against Poverty), Bangladesh Chapter: Since 2014
  • NGO Forum on ADB, Philippines: Since 2003
  • SAYCAW (South Asian Youth for Climate, Agriculture and Water), Bangladesh: Since 2012
CLEAN also play secretariat of three civil society platforms:
  • BWGED (Bangladesh Working Group on External Debt), Bangladesh: Since 2015
  • SWG (Sundarbans Watch Group), Khulna: Since 2008
  • Aila Durgato Sanghati Mancho (Aila Victims Solidarity Platform), Khulna: Since 2010
Strategic Partners
  • China Mangrove Conservation Network (CMCN), China
  • Chale Chalo, Odisha, India
  • Christian Commission for Development of Bangladesh (CCDB), Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Climate Watch Thailand
  • Participatory Research and Action Network (PRAN), Noakhali, Bangladesh
  • Prantojon Trust, Barisal, Bangladesh
  • Unnayan Dhara Trust, Jhenaidah, Bangladesh