News and announcements
Leaders from top international development organizations will gather at 8 a.m. on June 23 in Washington, D.C., to address whether integrated programming creates a greater impact in communities around the globe.
WASHINGTON, D.C., USA | March 18, 2015 – Pact is pleased to announce the appointment of two new executive officers. Christian Loucq joins Pact as chief strategy and global engagement officer, and Dorothy Scheffel will serve as chief global programs officer.
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ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, is partnering with Pact to bring electricity in the form of solar power to approximately 3,500 people in villages in rural areas of Mandalay, Central Myanmar. With an estimated population of 51 million, Myanmar is an emerging...
Pact is pleased to announce the appointment of two new executive officers. Christian Loucq joins Pact as chief strategy and global engagement officer, and Dorothy Scheffel will serve as chief global programs officer.
Alik Hinckson joins Pact, an international nongovernmental organization, as chief financial officer and executive vice president of finance and management services. As the chief financial officer, Hinckson will provide strategic direction and operational oversight of Pact’s financial...
Government and civil society representatives highlighted the need for strong and inclusive environmental impact assessment (EIA) policies and practices in the Mekong region at a meeting this week in Bangkok, Thailand.
Pact and representatives from nongovernmental organizations, foundations and consulting firms gather in Washington, D.C. today to establish a framework for Locus, a landmark initiative dedicated to finding new solutions to old development challenges by focusing on local solutions and an...
This week Pact staff from around the world present on the breadth of our monitoring and evaluation work at the American Evaluation Association’s 2014 Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado.
Ooredoo and Pact Myanmar have signed an agreement to provide vital mobile health clinic services in Central Myanmar. The services will include two mobile clinics which will support 143 villages, improving access to basic health and nutrition services for over 75,000 people.
Graham Wood, who first served Pact as country director of Sudan and later as vice president of Africa programs then worldwide program advancement, has been named the international NGO’s first chief global program officer. Pact president and CEO Mark Viso made the announcement today to...
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