PACT aims to mainstream the concept of pluralist coexistence within a rights framework and take it to a wider constituency. It is a long-term intervention, the continuation of several previous interventions, with funding support from Misereor and supplemented with funding from the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD).

Through PACT, NPC works with District Inter Religious Committees in 17 locations with a membership of 1,814, including 645 female members. In addition, 171 activities were completed in the reporting period, including 108 trainings on conflict resolution, mediation, pluralism, coexistence, legal rights and inclusive service delivery to youth, District Inter-religious committees, Sub-national state administration officers, and women local government leaders. In addition, 63 actualization activities including youth-led food culture events, youth camps, silent protests, press conferences, and seminars were carried out to support and strengthen pluralistic coexistence in the country during a period of high tension and instability in the country.

About us

The National Peace Council (NPC) was established as an independent and impartial national non-government organization