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Annual Reports


 2016 Annual Report

After intense negotiations towards the adoption of the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals, it was time to focus on the implementation of the Agreement. The adoption of the Paris Agreement and the new set of the Sustainable Development Goals coincided with the year when the Alliance’s strategic plan, 2011 – 2015, ended. The development of the Alliance 2016-2020 Strategic Plan commended in April 2015 after the Second Ordinary General Assembly held in Cairo as following the Resolution adopted at the Second Ordinary General Assembly of PACJA. During the 16th special session of the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment held in Cairo-Egypt in April 2016, Civil Society actors under the auspices of PACJA adopted the 2016-2020 Strategic Plan of the Alliance, which is focused on the implementation of the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals among other policy engagements at the national, sub-regional, regional and international levels.

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annual report 2015 2015 Annual Report

Campaigning for a fair and just response to the impacts of climate change is no longer the job of a specialized few, but the common struggle of all. With this in mind, it’s our pleasure to present the 2015 Annual Report and hope that within these pages you will appreciate how the support from our partners has contributed to a positive change in building the capacity of African civil society organizations at the national, regional and international levels to remarkably contribute to various interventions on climate change, environment and sustainable development debates and  processes.

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2014 ANNUAL REPORT2014 Annual Report

Campaigning for a fair and just response to the impacts of climate change is no longer the job of a specialized few, but the common struggle of all. With this in mind, it’s our pleasure to present the 2014 Annual Report and hope that within these pages you will appreciate how the support from our partners has contributed to a positive change in building the capacity of African civil society organizations at the national, regional and international levels to remarkably contribute to various interventions on climate change, environment and sustainable development debates and processes. 

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2013 ANNUAL REPORT2013 Annual Report

Pan African Climate Justice Alliance is pleased to present its 2013 Annual report. The enormous contribution from networks across Africa, Partners, and strategic allies from North – south cannot go unmentioned. We extend a hand of appreciation to our donors, including the Embassy of Sweden (EoS), Diakonia, World Bank, Finn Church Aid, Christian Aid, Oxfam, Church of Sweden (CoS), UNEP and Population Action International without whose financial Support we could not have carried out the many activities during 2013. The relationship with the regional integration blocs, including COMESA, EAC, ECOWAS, AU and SADC has contributed greatly in our work and we wish to continue with the same engagement

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2012 ANNUAL REPORT2012 Annual Report

This report is the product of the combined efforts of various individuals, organizations and donor partners who, in various ways supported the work of PACJA through the year 2012.
In this regard, we appreciate our precious partners, specifically Diakonia, Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA), Christian Aid, Finn Church Aid (FCA), Church of Sweden, UNEP Regional office for Africa and Population Action International (PAI) without whose timely support our planned activities for the year would not have been accomplished. We register our indebtedness and appreciation for their invaluable support and wish to express our gratitude to all. We assure you all of our continued cooperation in the years to come.

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2011 ANNUAL REPORT2011 Annual Report

All eyes of the global community were trained on Africa as the continent hosted the seventeenth session of the climate change convention in Durban, South Africa on 28 November to December 9 2011. This being a significant year for the African continent, several actors looked unto the event that would most probably reach agreement on the future governance of sharing atmospheric space, an issue that has divided the international community since the emergence of climate change as a topical issue shaping global diplomatic and political interactions over the past two decades.

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2010 ANNUAL REPORT2010 Annual Report

With the conclusion of the Bali Roadmap negotiations during the much-awaited 15th Conference of Parties to the UNFCCC which served as the 5th Meeting of Parties to Kyoto Protocol (UNFCCC-COP15/MOP5 in Copenhagen in December 2009, it was back to drawing boards for the African civil society. Throughout the two-year negotiating period, African civil society together with other stakeholders had upped their stakes to the global community to agree on an international climate change deal that would halt the progressive accumulation of GHGs in the atmosphere, while safeguarding livelihoods of poor people.

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