Press Release: #UPROOT 2.0 Launches in Eight Countries
Youth-led and youth-serving organisations, including The PACT, Y+ Global and Youth LEAD, are joining forces with UNAIDS to scale up the youth-led monitoring agenda by launching a new round of scorecard implementation for 2023.
REPORT: Why the #UPROOT Scorecard Process is Important for Youth-led Advocacy
The #UPROOT Scorecard Process continues to be an enlightening and empowering experience for young people, paving the road for continued youth-led evaluation and accountability in Madagascar, Nigeria and Indonesia.
The PACT Steering Committee Holds First In-person Retreat in Mombasa, Kenya.
The PACT 2022 Retreat aimed at an inclusive approach of an in-person meeting to reassess its direction and approaches toward rebuilding solidarity across youth organizations within its network working in the space of health, well-being, and human rights.
The PACT is Partnering with AHF- AIDS Health Foundation
The PACT & UPR: The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) is a one-of-a-kind process that involves a review of all UN Member States’ human rights records. The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) is a state-driven process under the auspices of the Human Rights Council that allows each state to declare what actions they have taken to improve […]
SHRH Gap Widens As HIV Incidences Surge Among Young Africans
Patricia Mashiri for The PACT It’s around 7.00 pm and life in the Central Business District (CBD) in Harare, Zimbabwe, seems to be gradually fading out as vendors prepare to call it a day. At the same time, life in the high-density suburb of Hopley, south of the CBD, has just begun as young girls […]
Poor Treatment Of Young Africans Living With HIV Threatens Global Eradication Plans
Young people living with HIV in West and Central Africa say they still face abuse, discrimination, and disappointing healthcare services. This reality, in turn, makes ending the epidemic as a public health threat in the next decade a lot more difficult.