Institute of International Exchange
Institute of International Exchange is an international non-governmental and non-profit organization. We hope to build an equal and friendly platform for exchanges and cooperation around the world.
We participate in and advocate the importance of exchanges in today’s society, including but not limited to the economy, education, energy and sustainable development, culture and arts, social security and many other fields. We promote the all-round development of global communication through various studies and conferences.
We focus on the professional development of our members and provide them with international support and projects, so that more people can participate in the organization and strive for the common welfare of human society.
Global Cultural Adventurers (GCA)
Global Cultural Adventurers (GCA) is an international education and culture exchange organization dedicated to assisting Chinese university students to take part in internship, volunteer and education programs overseas.
Through the deep integration of international scientific research and education as well as social and cultural resources, CA created a whole process covered operation and mode that meet the needs of Chinese university students and teachers, target to develop the international resources, independently develop the scientific research/teaching/practice institution, the host family and the local guide management and design international exchange programs for Chinese university students and teachers.
Pan African Centre for Climate Policy (PACC POLICY)
Pan African Centre for Climate Policy (PACC POLICY) is a team of self-motivated climate solutions enthusiasts from diverse professional backgrounds with a strong affinity to advocate, preserve and conserve the African environment through systematic thinking while working in line with national policies and international framework on climate change. PACCPOLICY believes in working with community-based organizations, government and non-governmental organizations, private practitioners, environmental rights groups and individual planners to prioritize and plan for adaptive measures and interventions within an international framework. Our integrated approach lies on the premise that climate change affects all sectors (health, tourism and development, gender and culture, housing, agro ecological, town and country planning). Given that nearly two thirds of those earning less than $1.25 a day in developing nations across Africa make a living from agriculture – an industry directly affected by climate change – rural communities will be one of our key focus for our social intervention initiatives.
Kwame Anane Frempong
Stephanie Ewi Lamma