EAFF and Pan Africa Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) are working together under the project dubbed
‘Supporting Needs-Based Advocacy on Adaptation in Africa’ that runs from 2023-2025′.
The overall goal of the project is to raise the urgency and significance of climate adaptation in Africa by amplifying the voices of communities on the frontline of the climate crisis.
The project’s specific objectives are:
- A Strengthened coalition of core constituencies in Africa as a lead voice shaping the national and international policy debate on climate adaptation.
- Increased accountability of key stakeholders in delivering adaptation commitments on finance and policy at all levels.
- Coordinated CSO advocacy engagement in decision-making processes from local to global levels.
- Evidence on adaptation gaps and priorities of communities on the frontline of climate crisis was generated through endogenous research based on grass-roots experiences and felt needs.