ILMPOSSIBLE Take a Child to School (TACS)

The British Council is managing the ILMPOSSIBLE Take a Child to School (TACS) project with the support of consortium partners by aiming to scale up the retention and monitoring of the original 189,000 enrolled children in phase-I, plus the enrollment monitoring of an additional 200,000 out of school children (aged 5 to 11 years) across 70 districts in Pakistan by December 2019, with a ratio of 40% girls and 60% boys.

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Ambassador’s Fund Grant Program (AFGP)

The Ambassador’s Fund Grant Program (AFGP) is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and managed by the Trust for Democratic Education and Accountability (TDEA). This five-year program began in October 2017 and will continue until September 2022.

The purpose of the AFGP is to award grants in order to improve the economic and social conditions of the people of Pakistan. The AFGP will support high-impact activities focused on priority areas identified by the United States Ambassador to Pakistan.

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Strengthening Electoral and Legislative Processes (SELP): Women NIC and Voter Registration Campaign (WNVRC)

TDEA is implementing an eight-month Strengthening Electoral and Legislative Processes (SELP): Women NIC and Voter Registration Campaign (WNVRC) aimed to improve women’s NIC and voter registration and to contribute to the ECP’s efforts to address the issue of under registration of women.
The project aims to facilitate 0.8 million women in 80 districts across four provinces. The project is funded by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and implemented by 70 partners. The net worth of the project is 4.3-million dollars. TDEA is engaged with the ECP, National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) and other stakeholders including political parties to complement their efforts in devising and taking special measures to register women ahead of the 2018 General Elections.

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Promoting the Human Rights and Electoral Participation of People with Disabilities, Transgender People, and Women in Pakistan

Promoting the Human Rights and Electoral Participation of People with Disabilities (PWD), Transgender People, and Women in Pakistan Beginning Date   Ending Date September 14, 2017 March 15, 2019   TDEA in collaboration with United States Department of State Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labour (DRL) is implementing a 20-month project on “Promoting the…

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Advocacy and Legal Aid for Religious Minorities (ALARM)

TDEA is managing this 24-month nationwide initiative. The action will strengthen the organizational systems of Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP), including training and mentoring on Human Rights Information and Documentation System (HURIDOCS) to enhance the quality of HRCP documentation and publications, and on strategic advocacy and public information campaigns.

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Community Leadership Development Programme (CLDP)

TDEA-FAFEN is implementing the 14-month Community Leadership Development Programme (CLDP) in eight districts – Mardan, Nowshera, Peshawar, Swabi and Swat of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and Hyderabad, Jamshoro, and Matyari of Sindh province. The Programme focuses on issues of Gender Based Violence (GBV) in project districts and aims to capacitate and engage elected local government representatives and other community leaders for an active role to address GBV in their communities.

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Citizens’ Voice Project (CVP)

USAID Citizens’ Voice Project is working to strengthen the engagement between the government and citizens by fostering effective inclusion of the latter in policy making spheres. The Project supports citizens’ voice to increase transparency and responsiveness of state institutions by nurturing an environment of inclusive space for civil society to engage in evidence-based policy advocacy. Through its interventions, the Project aims to build public trust and confidence in state institutions.

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Women’s Action for Better Workplaces

Women’s Action for Better Workplaces (WAction)” is aiming to enhance capacities of women workers and their organisations to negotiate and advocate with employers, policy-makers and legislators for improved working conditions for women. Five cross sectoral alliances have been established in Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, Quetta and Islamabad to take up issues with concerned authorities.

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