Justice and Human Rights in Afghanistan (JHRA) Project Final Report: 2009-2012

01 Jan 2013
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Summary

The Final Report for the Justice and Human Rights in Afghanistan (JHRA) for 2009-2012, a project launched in June 2009 as a continuation of UNDP's ongoing work in the justice sector, which started after the Bonn Conference in 2001. The three-year JHRA project was developed in coordination and consultation with all three national justice institutions- The Ministry of Justice (MoJ), Attorney General's Office  (AGO), and Supreme Court (SCt), and aimed to strengthen key areas in the delivery of justice services and access to justice in six target provinces: Faryab, Jawzjan, Badakhshan, Bamyan, Nangarhar and Kunar.

The JHRA project focuses on increasing the capacity of justice providers to deliver justice services at both the national and district level, as well as improving the State's ability to promote and  protect human rights. The Project plan was developed with five main outputs; however, this was contracted to three to channel sufficient resources to prioritized activities and increase the opportunities for success.

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