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Monitoring and Evaluation Visit to Caritas Kitui by the project officers of UKAM
The first Leg of the visit landed the team at The Caritas offices in Kitui where the team on the ground briefed PACJA officers of the progress being made so far. The major highlights are on the progress of the legislative process ongoing at the
PACJA and Trocaire have supported Demo Farms that have been a learning ground for farmers in Embu
The struggles to mitigate Climate Change and respond to the challenges brought about by the vagaries of weather require practical steps that have meaningful impact among the people. PACJA in partnership with UKAID through Trocaire have worked with
3/24/2019. Recently , Youth around the world are gearing up to demand for climate justice and climate action. The growing movement is now in Africa, with young people taking to the streets in peaceful demonstrations to place pressure on their
CLIMATE WEEK: Calls to strengthen climate action by promoting gender equality intensifies at Africa
With women being the majority of the poor in developing countries and communities highly dependent on natural resources, experts participating in the Africa Climate Week (ACW) have argued that practical solutions hinge on women’s participation in
PACJA leads African CSOs to demand climate action
Accra, Ghana—As the devastation left behind by Cyclone Idai continued to shock the world, dozens of civil society activists broke from the Africa Climate Week here and took to the streets Thursday to demand just, fair and equitable climate action
Une justice climatique pour la femme rurale ?
  Une justice climatique pour la femme rurale ?  L'Alliance Panafricaine pour la Justice Climatique (PACJA) caresse doucement l’idée de la nécessité de mettre sur pied une justice climatique pour la femme rurale, première victime des
PACJA’s Mithika Mwenda named in ‘100 most influential people in Climate Change Policy 2019’
Accra, Ghana (20th March 2019) — Mithika Mwenda, the Executive Director of the African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA), was today named among the “World’s 100 Most Influential People in Climate Change Policy 2019”. It is the first time such a list,
The Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA), in collaboration with Oxfam, Sida, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES), UNEP and Christian Aid (C.A) joined forces to organize a two pre-side event on “Strengthening Partnership for the Effective
Africa Climate Week: Accessing Finance for Climate Action
Access to finance remains critical for vulnerable African countries to take climate action. Ghana, for instance, requires $22.6billion in investments to implement climate mitigation and adaptation actions. While countries are expected to
Workshop on Just Energy Transition and Access in Africa – A pre-event of the One Planet Summit
FOCUS/ BRIEF DESCRIPTION/ MAJOR ISSUES DISCUSSED:  Introduction: The Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA), in collaboration with UN environment, Sida, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES), ACSEA and Christian Aid (C.A) joined forces to

Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) is a continental coalition of Civil Society Organizations whose goal is to mobilize and empower African civil society to ensure realization of environmental and climate justice for all people in Africa

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