The Pan-African Development Education and Advocacy Programme (PADEAP) was founded in 1997 as a strategic centre for the coordination of advocacy and development education initiatives.
It aims to promote sustainable and practical solutions to the challenges of development in Africa and the Diaspora. Our ethos is based on a Pan-African philosophy and approach.
PADEAP seeks to promote and support the development of and develop inter-country African skills, partnerships and expertise in seeking solutions to the challenges of peace building and development in Africa.
The programmes operate from its headquarters in Kampala, Uganda and offices based in Katsina State, Funtua, Nigeria and London, United Kingdom. PADEAP works with its partners to deliver a number of aims and projects.