Initiatives to shift investments from fossil fuels to decentralised renewable energy systems is an integral part of climate change mitigation and a socio-economic enabler. In order to take forward this agenda in a successful way, CSOs need involvement and participation of communities and national governments.
The quest for renewable energy is more of an opportunity for Africa than a cry for help to shift, a workshop to consolidate the Civil Societies’ voice ahead of this year’s African Ministerial Conference on Environment (AMCEN 2019) has been told.
PACJA meets Marsabit County Department for Gender to plan for the implementation of the climate change gender mainstreaming tool kit.
PACJA is the largest, most active, trusted & most decorated alliance/coalition of Civil Society Organizations(CSOs) embodying one African voice on climate and environmental justice with over 1000 members in over 45 countries in Africa. Our primary goal is to mobilize and empower African civil societies to ensure realization of environmental and climate justice for all people in Africa.
|Public engagement and mobilization|
|Holding governments accountable|
|HResearch, knowledge development and communication|
|Institutional and governance strengthening|