PASDO: a sustainable development organization

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PASDO, an acronym for Peace Advocacy and Sustainable Development Outreach, is Africa’s leading non-governmental organization for the promotion of peace and sustainable development.

It is incorporated as a non-governmental organization (Incorporated Trustees) in the Federal Republic of Nigeria with registeration number 60046.

PASDO identifies with four strategic pillars of sustainability that guides all of its work. They are:


Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis response program (CCRP)

PASDO Coronavirus (Covid-19) Crisis Response Program for Nigeria, CCRPN. Food and Emergency Aid Relief Package distributed to help  cushion hardship and hunger in Nigeria
The global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic  posed significant challenges to humans and negatively affected critical sectors of societal development, including health, education, hunger and poverty levels, trade and even international relations. PASDO is delivering a coordinated response to some of these challenges.


PASDO's Intervention in Primary and Secondary School Education in Nigeria
Primary and Secondary education in Nigeria and across African still face major hurdles. For example, one in every five of the world’s out-of-school children live in Nigeria. This translates to more than 10 million children of primary school age of 5-14 years. PASDO runs a Basic Education Project (BEP) which aims to increase primary and secondary school enrollment for the millions of out-of-school children in Nigeria.

Water, Hygiene and Sanitation (WASH)

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Africa (Nigeria)

The condition of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Nigeria and the wider Africa is still a major source of concern.

PASDO is doing its bid to ensure that more people in Africa are able to have access to clean water in order to improve their level of sanitation and hygiene. 

The China-Africa Peace Initiative (CAPI)

The China-Africa Peace Initiative (CAPI) is one of PASDO’s COVID-19 response programs aimed at resolving tensions and preventing conflict between Africans and Chinese as a result of Coronavirus misunderstandings in the Guangdong province of China that led to maltreatment of Africans.

Volunteer with PASDO


PASDO offers both onsite and online volunteering opportunities to passionate individuals who wish to commit their time to creating positive change in the society. PASDO’s volunteers do not only get the chance to build their skills or enjoy the fulfillment that comes with contributing to something meaningful, they also receive a Volunteer Certificate that officially features the logo of the United Nations Volunteers service (UNV).

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