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Africa ‘requires massive resources and checks’ for post-Covid reconstruction
“Non-State Actors have played a proactive role in the COVID-19 response, and should as well be actively engaged during the Post-pandemic reconstruction,” Dr Mithika Mwenda, July 9, 2020     The reality is home: Covid-19 is not leaving any
Wondering how to stay sane in this Corona crisis? ForumCC links you with the expert
That the Covid-19 pandemic has brought with it lots of health and psychological dynamics is no longer in doubt; how to get out of them is the task many a nation are expected to focus on. The recovery efforts, experts now say, must focus on all
Burkina Faso team boosts staff capacity
PACJA’s Association for Education and the Environment (A-2E) that is based in the North of Burkina Faso recently organised a capacity building session for its staff in public communication and focused on animation techniques. This training took
Dr Achakpa’s appointment to Nigerian Environment docket a win for climate justice
PACJA secretariat would like to join our Nigerian platform CsDEVNet to congratulate its member, Dr Priscilla M Achakpa, on her appointment as the Special Advisor (Technical) to the Honorable Minister of State, Federal Ministry of Environment,
PACJA, FES and SIPRI Release Paper on Perspectives on Addressing Climate-Related Security Risks in
The Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA), Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) and the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) have released a paper on Perspectives on Addressing Climate-Related Security Risks from the Horn of
Climate Crisis: We must right the wrongs locally before we influence internationally
By Collins Oduor African countries’ recovery plans, stimulus packages and budgetary allocations must right the wrongs of the 25th Conference of Parties to boost the continent’s health and livelihoods resilience for enhanced economies. Despite
PACJAs STATEMENT ON WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY 2020
The Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) joined the rest of the world in celebrating the World Environment Day 2020. This important day is celebrated on June 5, every year. This day is set aside by United Nations for the purpose of raising
Call to action this World Environment Day
The need to push for individual, communal and the larger societal commitment to conserve the environment for its benefits compels us to find ways to act, even if pressed by situations such as the Covid-19 pandemic that has brought nations to near
Down, but not out: PACJA finds ways around COVID pandemic
The Covid-19 pandemic has greatly disrupted plans by civil society organisations, especially the ones that, like the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance, focus on climate change. To champion climate justice, PACJA, in all its platforms, had

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