Justice and Human Rights in Afghanistan Project (JHRA) End of Project Evaluation Final Report

09 Aug 2013
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Summary

The main objective of The external end-term evaluation was to evaluate the project’s approach, achievements, and challenges. Also, it was to record lessons learned over the course of the project and provide recommendations as to how to improve and strengthen the next phase of the project . JHRA phase I  began on 26 June 2009, and, completed on June 30, 2012. It was designed to support the achievement of the priorities and benchmarks on human rights, rule of law and justice highlighted in the Afghanistan National Development Strategy (ANDS) and the Afghanistan Compact. The JHRA project aimed at improving access to justice at the central and district levels in Afghanistan. Project activities entailed awareness raising through training justice officials, and raising the human rights awareness of community members including school teachers and students, and the general public and villages throughout districts in Afghanistan. And was also engaged in the rehabilitation of district justice facilities. providing emergency infrastructure works and basic equipment .

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