As the world’s newest country, access to justice is a critical part of building peace, stability and the rule of law and providing vital assistance to South Sudan’s most vulnerable groups.
Safari Kulimushi, a 47-year-old father of 13 in DRC, lives his life as a miner one day at a time. With Pact’s support, his livelihood has become a safer, more secure choice.
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“There is a big difference in my life before mining and my life today."
HIV and AIDS have left millions of children in Ethiopia orphaned or vulnerable. High-yield gardening is one way Pact is ensuring these these children and their caregivers have the proper nutrition...
More than 5,000 children work in mining in Colombia. With our local partners, Pact is combating child labor in mining.
With support from Pact, women in Vietnam have access to the financial resources they need to support themselves and their families.
“I am motivated. After the project and the training, I was inspired to want to open my own business."
With our local partner, we helped a Ukrainian bodybuilder with cerebral palsy achieve his dream of opening a gym for disabled people in his community.
The Yekokeb Berhan program works to ensure children who are highly vulnerable due to HIV and AIDS, and their families, can access quality services and are empowered to lead healthy, productive lives.