The Pan African Justice Alliance Executive Director Mithika Mwenda is this year’s winner of the International Earth Care Award.
The Award, for which he was named winner in July 2019,[...]Read More
Between 4th and 6th September 2019, PACJA was represented in a regional workshop convened by WaterAid East Africa, whose aim was to build a common agenda on WASH advocacy amongst civil society networks for the achievement of SDG 6. Attended by WASH national CSO networks from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Ethiopia, [......]Read More
It is a great pleasure, and a humbling experience, once again, to join this exciting congregation at the 8th edition of the Conference on Climate and Development in Africa (CCDA-VIII), with befitting theme, “Stepping up climate action for a resilient Africa: a race we can and must win” [......]Read More
Calls by a Kenyan Senate Committee on Agriculture to have the controversial Galana-Kulalu irrigation scheme audited are timely.
The Sh5.9 billion project, if completed, will help deal with issues and effects of climate crisis, especially drought. The recent sufferings by a section of Kenyans in Baringo and Turkana was not necessary.Read More
The Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) has joined its platform in Kenya and some partner groups to validate the CSOs implementation framework model for National Climate Change Action Plan (NCCAP).
The follow-up meeting was done by PACJA through its Kenya Platform for Climate Governance (KPCG), in collaboration with Voice for Change Partnerships (V4CP) and Community Resilience and Climate Change Adaptation Project.Read More
The Chinese Ambassador to Kenya has sought to clear its name from the controversial coal fuelled power plant in Lamu that has seen Civil Society groups and the coastal town’s residents protest in the streets.
Ambassador to Kenya Wu Peng, while addressing representatives of Pan-African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) and some Kenyan Civil Society groups in the embassy in Nairobi, refuted claims that his country was involved in the construction of the plant in Lamu.Read More
Assertive policy and regulatory frameworks are essential in creating favorable conditions that would allow renewable energy technologies to grow and replace carbon-emitting fuels. Kenya signed a Paris Climate change treaty on greenhouse gas reduction obligations. The process of implementation of the Paris agreement on Renewable energy and energy efficiency has begun through the Least Developed Countries Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Initiative (LDC REEEI) for Sustainable Development. The LDC REEEI is keen on providing clean and sustainable energy to those who cannot access electricity, improving energy efficiency and thus creation of jobs in the manufacturing industries. It is also in line with SDG7 on affordable and clean energy.Read More