Pan African Council of Traditional and Customary Authorities

(PACTCA/CPATC)

ABOUT PACTCA: PRESENTATION, GOALS, PRINCIPLES, MISSIONS AND CONTACTS.

 

The Pan African Council of Traditional and Customary Authorities (PACTCA/CPATC) is the result of a long Culture and Diplomatic processes at international and inter-community level.

 

During which diverse stakeholders were consulted in as many Countries as Ghana, Mali, Libya, Equatorial Guinea, South Africa, Morocco, Côte d’Ivoire, Nigeria, Gabon, Brazil, Central African Republic, Cameroon, Togo and Benin.

 

The organization was recognized in 2016 by the Government of the Republic of Benin, host of its Head Quarters, under Ref. N°210/MISP/DC/SGM/DAIC/SC/SA whose declaration got published in the Nations Official Gazette dated February 15th, 2017 on its Page 264.  

 

In the name of peace in Africa, the Pan African Council of Traditional and Customary Authorities was born! 

Africities Marrakech 2018
Africities Marrakech 2018

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What We Do

The Pan African Council of Traditional and Customary Authorities (PACTCA/CPATC) aims to: