Infamous by design: A new report on illicit finance in Zimbabwe
October 17, 2022
Our new report, Infamous By Design: Illicit Finance in Zimbabwe, synthesizes the key insights and lessons from Pact’s examination of illicit finance in Zimbabwe and illuminates the economic and...
A team effort: Coaching adolescent boys on the importance of respecting women and girls
December 8, 2021
Life at home and at school for Burki, an adolescent boy from Kenya, used to be contentious. He would often show a lack of respect for his parents and teachers and, according to his mother, toward...
Pact-supported leadership program fosters women change-makers in Zimbabwean civil society
February 24, 2021
In 2019, the Pact-supported Civic Engagement for Accountability and Democracy in Zimbabwe project, or CEADZ, put out a call for applicants for a Women's Leadership Program. The program aimed to build...
‘We’re Still Open:’ Balancing government transparency and accountability with effective crisis response
July 2, 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought new meaning to the phrase "all politics is local." Though the virus does not discriminate, affecting 188 countries as of writing, its severity can depend on how...
Photo story: Safer prosperity
July 24, 2019
From Zimbabwe to Myanmar, Pact is partnering with small-scale gold miners to help them reduce their use of mercury to safely earn income they rely on.
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...