TDEA-FAFEN, Children’s Global Network (CGN) and School of Leadership Foundation (SOLF) collectively implemented the project — ILM POSSIBLE: Take a Child to School – in four provinces of Pakistan, Punjab (25 districts), Sindh (18 districts), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (12 districts) and Balochistan (5 districts).
The Citizens Action for Democratic Governance in Pakistan (CADGP) was a Department for International Development (DFID) funded project that TDEA-FAFEN implemented. The project carried on from the successes of the “Supporting Transparency, Accountability and Electoral Processes in Pakistan” (STAEP) program.
Deepening Democracy and Election Support in Pakistan (DESP) was a 9-month project funded by the Department for International Development (DFID). TDEA implemented the program through its 32 member organizations from July 2016 to March 2017
TDEA-FAFEN raised the standards of citizens’ election observation in Pakistan during the General Elections process in 2013 through its project Long Term Election Observation and Oversight (LETOOP).
The European Union funded the Parliament Watch and Reforms Project (PWRP) to observe the proceedings of the Senate and the National Assembly, and the 13 selected Standing Committees. TDEA-FAFEN employed the services of professionals who observed the interventions of the parliamentarians on the floor of the house and reported back to the TDEA secretariat.
TDEA-FAFEN implemented the ILM IDEAS project, “Education for All – Making it Possible” in all four provinces, Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) and Gilgit-Baltistan where civil society organizations have been working on different education projects on voice and accountability.
The Supporting Transparency, Accountability and Electoral Processes in Pakistan was a Department of For International Development (DFID)-funded project that was designed to enhance the effectiveness of the government in addressing the critical challenges it faced by increasing citizen participation, and ensuring transparency and accountability of elected representatives and public institutions.
The Election Violence Monitoring (EVM) project was a United States Institute of Peace (USIP) funded program that was focused on data collection from the media, as well as other sources, on incidents of electoral violence between January, and May 2013.
The Active Citizens Program (ACP), funded by the British Council, worked to train at least 6000 youth volunteer and encourage them to monitor schools and seek education sector reforms. 19 of the 35 member organizations of the Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) at the time, implemented the Active Citizens Programme (ACP) in 34 districts.
Legal identity is a critical and multifaceted issue situated at the intersection of human rights, demographic statistics, and administrative reform. Legal identity has wide-reaching implications. Access to resources, social services and economic opportunities are all linked directly or indirectly with the official proof of identity, i.e. computerized national identity cards (CNIC).