Ukrainian show uniting citizens around reforms and activism paves the way to sustainability
The private sector must step up against climate change, and foreign aid is helping companies do it
To ensure Africa fulfills its potential, focus on women and girls
Harnessing artisanal and small-scale mining to deliver on the Sustainable Development Goals
Meet ‘HIV resilience heroes’ – leading the charge in the global fight against AIDS
Despite the government’s deliberate initiatives to reach more people, Tanzania lags behind in its grid electricity connection targets. Only 24.5% of rural households in Tanzania have access to electricity. To help realize a future where all people enjoy the benefits of modern energy, Pact develops solutions and implements projects to expand access...
Despite the global Covid-19 pandemic, the ACHIEVE
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When the Gemological Institute of America approached Pact in 2016 about piloting a rough gemstone guide for miners, we knew immediately knew where to start—an association of women miners, the Tanzanian Women Miners Association, or TAWOMA.
June is Pride month, when LGBTIQ+ communities around the world celebrate the freedom to be their unique selves. The month is dedicated to raising LGBTIQ+ voices, honoring LGBTIQ+ culture and supporting LGBTIQ+ rights.
Child labor is an insidious problem that robs children of their childhood. For children engaged in hazardous work, it endangers their physical and mental health and their safety. One of the worst forms of child labor - also a type of modern slavery - occurs in the mining...
On May 25, 1963, the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) was founded as the precursor to the African Union (AU). Each year, Africa Day commemorates the OAU’s founding and celebrates African unity and identity. Today, we celebrate Africa Day with an interview with four of our leaders in Africa....
The notion of civil society sustainability used by international development practitioners over-fixates on issues of civil society organizations' (CSOs’) financial viability and fails to prepare civic actors to be able to weather rapid changes in their operating environment while still staying true to their missions.
This story was originally published on USAID Green Invest Asia's website. See the original article here. By Christy Owen, Chief of Party
When the Covid-19 pandemic began, schools were among the first things that the government of Eswatini decided to close to stem the virus’s spread. Like so many students, Sizolwakhe Mahlalela’s life was turned upside down.
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