‘If people cannot eat, we will never succeed’: How integrated development is saving Liberia’s forests
With some of the richest biodiversity on the planet, Liberia's forests must be preserved. But for communities who depend on them for a living, the problem requires economic, systemic solutions.
Not long ago, Vera Dolo considered herself in need of charity. Now she's the one helping struggling families.
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Patricia Wantoe never earned income before joining a Pact WORTH group. Today, her business is supporting her family, and she's no longer cutting down trees to survive.
Hussein Kindamba and his 3-year-old son took part in Pact's Integrated Early Childhood Development Program. Here's one way it changed their lives, in Hussein's own words.
Walter is gloriously alive. And he’s HIV positive. Once a week, he and other HIV positive people meet for their support group at Lithanza, a non-profit organization operating in Wattville, South Africa. They talk about living with HIV.
Before Pact's PROCEED project, local officials in Cambodia rarely listened to citizens’ concerns, and citizens often were too afraid to voice them. Thanks in part to volunteers like Ngek Lyna, things are changing.
Subhadra Rokka always wanted to open her own beauty shop. After joining a Pact-supported youth group, she did.
After a Caesarean section, Pham Ngoc Yen’s savings was drained. With Pact's help, she's now saving for the future.
The evolution of development: How people from across the Mekong Region are mapping their collective future
Five countries. Governments, businesses, NGOs, community organizations, citizens. Through a landmark participatory process, Mekong Partnership for the Environment is changing how development is done across the region.
In Peak Village, Pact and a local NGO are helping to build a new, collaborate approach.
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