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PACC Policy is happy to be part of Canada Africa Partnership (CAP) Network, a registered Canadian charitable organization with Charity #: 88898 7500 RR0001 – learn more at www.capnetwork.ca. CAP Network will provide tax receipts to all Canadian donors.

PACC Policy is committed to ensuring that our donors and partners can be confident that their donation is spent responsibly and effectively. We believe in conducting our work with honesty, integrity, and no-compromise focus on maximizing benefits to the communities we serve.

Whether you choose to make a one-time or a monthly donation, we thank you for your generous support & helping to make a difference.

We are counting on your generous donation to help us commence work on: 

  1. Restoration of Mangrove Degraded Sites in Limber, Cameroon

Our approach

  • Regenerate degraded non-mangrove sites with fruit trees
  • Creation of a nursery with 1,500 fruit trees and 2000 Cedrela and Gliricidium species.
  • Distribution of seedlings to farmers within local communities to encourage agroforestry.
  • Planting of 1,200 tree species within non-mangrove degraded sites
  • Regenerate degraded mangrove sites
  • Further discussions on the way forward on mangrove protection and replanting.
  • Fieldwork in degraded mangrove sites to collect wildlings and match theory to real life.
  • The establishment of a mangrove nursery.
  • Setting up a committee to carry out planting of mangrove wildlings along the degraded mangrove landscapes. 
  1. Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) in Cross River State Nigeria

Our approach

  • Forest restoration and conservation
  • Use climate change manual to train volunteers
  • Reduce emissions and enhance livelihoods by hosting capacity-building and training workshops on climate change for students
  1. Screening, education and awareness on health effects of illegal mining (Galamsey) in Attiwa, Eastern Region of Ghana

       Our approach

  • Screening to determine community members who are affected by illegal mining from drinking from contaminated water bodies and chemical released into the environment inhaled by the community.
  • Increase public pressure on government and private institutions and decision makers to address the situation amicably.