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EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE PROJECT Phase II 2009-2012 MINISTRY OF CONSTITUTIONAL AFFAIRS AND NATIONAL INTEGRATION UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME. Phase II…. Briefly. Phase I – 2004- 2009 Feb Was developed to deepen and orient activities of Phase I

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EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE PROJECT

Phase II

2009-2012

MINISTRY OF CONSTITUTIONAL AFFAIRS AND NATIONAL INTEGRATION

UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

phase ii briefly
Phase II…. Briefly
  • Phase I – 2004- 2009 Feb
  • Was developed to deepen and orient activities of Phase I
  • Improve performance of duty bearers
  • Empower claim holders
overall strategy of the project
Overall strategy of the project..
  • Address trust and confidence building –through rule of law / A2J
  • Seek to address causes of injustice through HRBA
  • gender equality
  • peaceful conflict resolution
  • mediation
  • Develop a cadre of resource persons on HRBA
  • Ensure sequenced and balanced approach to provide timely responses
identified most vulnerable groups
IDENTIFIED - MOST VULNERABLE GROUPS

For example:

  • Conflict affected people living in the North and East
  • Internally displaced persons (IDPs)
  • Families of disappeared/abducted persons
  • Female headed households (FHH)
  • Prisoners, Pre trial detainees and those in police custody
  • Estate sector workers
  • Victims of gender based violence
identified areas where there is a concentration of vulnerable groups
IDENTIFIED AREAS WHERE THERE IS A CONCENTRATION OF - VULNERABLE GROUPS
  • Focus on people – taking a demand driven approach
  • Northern province
  • Eastern province
  • Estate sectors
  • And other geographical locations with concentration of vulnerable groups