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PARDEC in Èkuanitshit to see the effects of climate change and to lead the dialogue on adaptation capacities.



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VIDéO 

  • Climate Change :  PARDEC was awarded a grant from the Secrétariat aux affaires autochtones of Quebec to conduct a public consultation on capacity development of the Innu community of Ekuanitshit in the area of resilience and adaptation to climate change.

  • Humanitarian assistance in the DR Congo :  Following the supply of beds and kit for primary care to the Mboko health center, PARDEC has answered the call of the president in DR Congo by initiating an activity aimed at mobilizing Quebec humanitarian organizations to support the new government’s action in the area of agriculture, food security, education and health.  
  • Promotion of editorial diversity :  A cooperation protocol was signed between PARDEC and the Ministry of Culture and Communications of Haiti to promote editorial diversity within the context of an asymmetrical cooperation between Quebec and Haiti. This initiative is the third phase of PARDEC’s ‘’Reconstruction through books’’ project, launched in 2014. 
  • Electrification of the BASSE Health Center in Burkina Faso :  Project funds have been collected, the design and sizing of the system have been completed and the installation of the solar system is to take place in April 2019. The project’s objective is to improve basic health care in the rural region of BASSE using photovoltaic energy.


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  • Emphasizes the improvement of women’s and children’s living conditions, which we consider the two paramount indicators of the level of development of any community.

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PARDEC

  • Guided by international development professionals, whether still active or retired, most of them volunteers; our organization support and accompanies local associations from countries  in the definition, development and implementation and management of their sustainable projects.
  • An apolitical, non-profit, international cooperation organization  located in Montreal, Canada.

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