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Pact, established in 1971, is an international non-governmental organization with headquarters in Washington DC, USA and has been working in Nigeria since 2005 to strengthens local capacity, forge effective governance systems and transforms markets into a force for development. Pact has presence in 29 countries around the world working in Health, Livelihoods, Conflict Resolution, Governance, and Access to Markets, Capacity Development and Natural Resource Management.

In Nigeria (where it is registered as Pact West Africa), Pact has worked to build the organizational capacity of institutions; including civil society and community based organizations to improve maternal, newborn and child health; address the needs of Orphaned and Vulnerable Children (OVC), mitigate the spread of people living with HIV/AIDS, and artisanal miners in over 20 states across all the six geo political zones. Pact has also worked with more than 110 local organizations, community groups, and government agencies who now demonstrate measurable improved performance following Pact’s capacity development approach.

Pact is currently working on a USAID funded project called ACHIEVE project where we provide Technical Assistances to the 4 ICHSAA Partners in the areas of curriculum development, Policy guidelines and reviews and capacity development. We are also a part of a consortium working on a a USAID funded project MOMENTUM Country Governance and Leadership Project. We worked previously with Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) in Gombe state in North East Nigeria to support the strengthening of government health systems, ELAPC Project in Taraba State Engaging Local Actors for Promoting Peaceful Coexistence between Herders and Famers, also as a partner on the United State Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Coordinating Comprehensive Care for Children Project, Pact West Africa trained over 32,000 state and local health officials, and provided technical support to LGAs to improve budgeting and advocacy abilities, as well as create links between government agencies and civil society organizations and the private sector, Pact West Africa helps communities gain lasting benefits from natural resources by using them more sustainably. We have a Direct Aid Program (DAP) funded by the Australian Embassy, Pact West Africa introduced safer methods for artisanal surface miners by increasing awareness of mercury and related health concerns in the mining population and providing solutions for the mining community to alleviate mercury poisoning in Zamfara State.

Pact West Africa Limited by Guarantee is currently seeking proposals from qualified and reputable firms of chartered Accountants to provide audit services to the Nigeria Country office (C0). The Proposed engagement is expected to cover 1 year starting October 2020 and ending September 2021 and request for a tax clearance certificate for the year 2021.

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