- Democracy and community development
- Environment/Sustainable development
- International/Cultural relations
Let`s Do It Foundation (Teeme Ära SA) is a NGO with the objective to promote and carry out projects solving social and community issues through actions directed to nature and environment protection, rising social awareness in this area by teaching and media work. The citizen initiative Teeme Ära was started in 2008, when on the 3rd of May 2008 50 000 people came together and cleaned the territory of Estonia from 10 000 tons of illegal garbage (www.teeme2008.ee). Since then the idea of one-day country clean ups has spread all over the world, became an initiative called Let´s Do It! World and in 2014 112 countries and more than 10 million people all over the world have participated in country clean ups (www.letsdoitworld.org). Day of civil actions has been organised every year since 2008 in Estonia (www.teemeara.ee), several conferences, media campaigns and other events are carried out. The foundation was officially registered in 2011, former actions were carried out under the umbrella of Estonian Fund for Nature (www.elfond.ee) and Estonian Civil Society (www.ngo.ee).
Let`s Do It! World clean up: by 2014 112 countries and more than 10 million volunteers have participated in country-wide clean up events.
Let`s Do It! Mediterranean: first clean up event was carried out on the 11th and 11th of May 2014, in which 15 Mediterranean countries and 77 000 volunteers took part.
LDIM has a lot of member organisations in many Mediterranean countries, which in cooperation with other organisations in ALF network can create bigger synergy and contribute to the overal development of the region.
LDIM project is directly directed into Mediterranean region. The primary goal of LDIM is to bring about a change in attitudes and in peoples minds, and to encourage public support for international cooperation. To support the development of European public to be informed about environmental and global issues, understanding of the relevance of these issues to create a change in their own lives, and able to engage critically with global developments. Project seeks to foster attitudes of solidarity, sustainable ways of living, managing the natural resources and an understanding of one’s connection to a global community. The specific objective of the project is also to develop European citizens' awareness and critical understanding of the interdependent world and of their role, responsibility and lifestyles in relation to a globalised society.
To encourage cooperation in Mediterranean countries the ALF network organisations can also contribute to the objectives of LDIM.