Evaluation of the DECLIK project

Conférence finale du projet DECLIK à Goma en octobre 2015The DECLIK project supporting human rights initiatives in the two Kivu provinces in eastern DRC started in November 2012 and finished in October 2015. The project was a shared one, involving a partnership with five Congolese NGO’s – Arche d’Alliance, ASADHO Beni, PAIF, SOPROP, and UCPDHO – financed by the EU, the NED foundation, and the French Embassy in DRC.

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The DECLIK project - Mission of enquiry into prison conditions in the province of North Kivu, DRC

 

Projet DECLIK

Since November 2012 AEDH has been co-ordinating the DECLIK project for the development of the activities of human rights defenders in the two provinces of North and South Kivu in the east of the DRC. The NGO’s concerned – Asadho North Kivu, Arche d’Alliance, PAIF, SOPROP and UCPDHO – have all received grants from AEDH in the past. DECLIK is supported financially by the European Union, the NED foundation based in Washington and the French embassy in DRC. As part of the project there was an enquiry into prison conditions in North Kivu which was carried out in April 2014 in collaboration with The World Organisation against Torture (OMCT).

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DRC: DECLIK project supports civil society efforts

 Projet DECLIK

The war that has ravaged the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) for more than 20 years has also contributed to the breakdown of ties between people and social groups. While the impacts of the conflict are omnipresent, civil society in DRC is showing itself to be a key player in peacebuilding and reinforcing of the rule of law. It’s for this reason that the DECLIK project (translated as Develop and Accommodate Human Rights Initiatives in the Kivus) – coordinated by Agir Ensemble pour les Droits de l’Homme and supported by the European Union, the NED foundation and the French embassy in DRC – puts special emphasis on the activities of local organisations.

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