The Pan-African Parliament fosters collaboration with different organizations, which culminate into the signing of partnership agreements that enhance the work of the continental Parliament.

List of Partners

  • Africa Disability Alliance
  • African Civil Aviation Commission
  • African Policing Civilian Oversight Forum
  • Center of Human Rights, University of Pretoria
  • United nations Food and Agriculture Organizations – Technical Cooperation Project
  • Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance
  • Africa Alliance For Women’s Reproductive Health and Rights
  • Pan-African Climate and Environmental Justice Alliance
  • Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean 
  • Southern African Liaison Office
  • University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
  • African Union Diaspora African Forum
  • African Tax Administration Forum
  • Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light

List of MoUs

  • The UN Environment: Initiated by the Committee on Transport, this partnership is expected to also benefit the Committee on Rural Economy; and the Committee on Gender. Link to the MoU
  • The World Health Organization: Initiated by the International Relations Unit for the benefit of mainly the Committee on Health. Link to the MoU
  • The Southern Africa Parliamentary Support Trust: for the benefit of all PAP Committees and the Secretariat in terms of support for technical research and training. Link to MoU
  • IDEP to build the capacity of Parliamentarians in policy analysis. Members and staff will be expected to attend capacity building programs organized by IDEP; Link to MoU
  • CODESRIA- CODESRIA will built the capacity of the PAP in policy research by seconding some of its experts to work with staff and Committee members; Link to MoU
  • The Africa Parliamentary Forum on Population and Development: For collaboration with relevant Committees on issues relating to population and development. Link to MoU
  • African Tax Administration Forum (ATAF), Tax Justice Network on Illicit Financial Flows. A platform has been established to facilitate all civil society organizations working on the issue of illicit financial flows to work closely with the committees dealing with matters pertaining to corruption and illicit financial flows. Link to MoU