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Dan Jarman

executive director, pact uk
djarman@pactworld.org

Sewing apprentices take part in a Pact program that is reducing child labor in mining in DRC by helping older children find alternative means of income. (Photo: Pact)

Combating modern slavery in artisanal cobalt mining is vital to achieving the Paris Agreement targets

October 19, 2020
Coinciding with Anti-Slavery Day on October 18, last week the UK’s Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI) released its review of UK aid spending to tackle modern slavery in developing countries...

From peace champions to health champions: 'Boundary partners' in the Horn of Africa fight Covid-19

July 31, 2020
Since 2017, Pact's RASMI project has worked to build peace in the shared border areas of Ethiopia, Somalia and Kenya, known as the Mandera Triangle. The region has long experienced armed conflict,...
We Have Called on the PM to Create a Green Recovery that is Just for All

Leaders call on Prime Minister to create socially just and green recovery from Covid-19

June 9, 2020
Richard Curtis CBE, Paul Polman, Michael Izza and leaders of more than 100 renowned companies, charities, universities, and trade associations call on the UK Government to ensure the Sustainable...

Lullabies of peace: Women peacebuilders in the SEEK project

June 26, 2019
Women are taking a leading role in promoting cross-border peace and countering violent extremism in the cross-border areas of Kenya and Ethiopia where the SEEK project operates. They are at the...

In Mandera Triangle, women leaders stem violent extremism among youth

June 13, 2019
The shared border areas of Ethiopia, Somalia and Kenya, also known as the Mandera Triangle, have experienced armed conflict, extremist violence and political instability for years.
Murule and Marehan elders take part in a trust-building dialogue.

With trust-building dialogues, East African clans make peace

June 11, 2019
For many years, the Marehan and Murule clans in East Africa’s Mandera Triangle have lived in conflict. They share social and natural resources across the borders separating Somalia, Ethiopia and...
Pact shareholders in Liberia

Ending development’s power imbalance: Why Pact is creating a first-of-its-kind ‘Shareholder Council’

May 22, 2019
For decades, the international development sector has worked to overcome global poverty, inequality and marginalization. With many partners, including governments, the private sector and local civil...

A goat herder touched by violence in East Africa becomes a peace ambassador

March 29, 2019
By Abdullahi M. Ahmed Peyo was born 22 years ago in Kibish, a small town near where the borders of Kenya, Ethiopia and South Sudan meet. As a boy, he herded goats, later attending primary school in...

Reducing mercury’s risks among women miners in Zimbabwe

March 28, 2019
Women in Zimbabwe are slowly joining the mining sector, as it is among the best paying jobs where options are few. Pact provides training and education to women miners in Midlands and Matabeleland...

The RASMI project: Building peace in Africa’s Mandera Triangle

March 14, 2019
Regional Approaches for Sustainable Conflict Management and Integration, or RASMI, works to build peace in the Mandera Triangle, a border region of Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia that has experienced...

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