Share the Harvest with PACC Policy!
The Pan African Centre for Climate (PACC) Policy aims to achieve for Africa a cleaner and safer environment. PACC Policy seeks to create a significant level of awareness on climate policies, and ensure that climate change mitigation, adaptation and resilience strategies are disseminated throughout Africa.
PACC Policy works to increase the level of awareness on Climate Policies in line with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) through trained climate change corps, educators and reporters.
We believe in working with community-based organizations, government and non-governmental organisations, private practitioners, environmental rights groups and individual planners to prioritize and plan for adaptive measures and interventions within an international framework.
Our integrated approach lies on the premise that climate change affects all sectors (health, tourism and development, gender and culture, housing, agro ecological, town and country planning). Given that nearly two thirds of those earning less than $1.25 a day in developing nations across Africa make a living from agriculture – an industry directly affected by climate change – rural communities are one of our key focus areas for our social intervention initiatives.
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