Enhancing Women’s Political and Electoral Participation (EWPEP) is a 12-month project funded by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany. EWPEP aims to enhance the electoral empowerment of and enjoyment of rights by women in Pakistan by decreasing the gap between the number of male and female voters in the districts where the gender…
Rights and Advancement of Marginalized People (RAMP) is a 30-month program funded by the United States Department of State Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL). The project’s goal is to strengthen local civil society organizations (CSO) working to advance and protect the rights of marginalized communities. It is designed to award grants enabling…
Advocacy and Legal Aid for Religious Minorities (ALARM) was a 34-month initiative funded by the European Union. The program aimed to strengthen organizational systems of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP), including training and mentoring on the human rights information and documentation system (HURIDOCS) to enhance the HRCP publications’ quality.
CVP had the following three objectives: Strengthened voice (policy advocacy) Enhanced capacity (organizational development and targeted trainings) Improved accountability (citizens’ oversight and public-private partnerships) CVP awarded 364 grants to 224 civil society organizations for projects that covered 26 thematic areas and 2.6 million people were benefitted from the project. The grants were awarded through a…
Women’s Action for Better Workplaces (WAction) was a project funded by the Embassy of Netherlands to enhance the capacities of women workers, and organizations to negotiate, and advocate with employers,
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.
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 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.
Due to the delay in the local government (LG) elections originally scheduled after August 2009, FAFEN, modified the Women Voters Mobilization Project and carried out comprehensive observation of the pre-election process and assessing citizens’ perspectives on local issues and quality of service delivery being rendered by LG institutions.