Partnership Africa Canada (PAC) is a coalition of Canadian and African NGOs working together on issues of human rights, human security and sustainable development. In collaboration with its members and other organizations, PAC undertakes research and policy dialogue initiatives on issues affecting Africa.
Partnership Africa Canada has three goals:
Partnership Africa Canada (PAC) was created in 1986 with the support of the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and Canadian and African non-governmental organizations (NGOs). As a coalition of Canadian NGOs, PAC financed hundreds of innovative projects that supported sustainable development in sub-Saharan Africa.
PAC's project fund came to an end in 1995 and in January 1996 it changed its mandate to focus on policy work, becoming a coalition of both African and Canadian NGOs.
Partnership Africa Canada is governed by a Board of Directors that is made up of representatives from Canadian and African member organizations.
Board of Directors 2001-2002
Jacqueline Nkoyok (President),
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