Monitoring and advocacy project on human rights violation in the territories of Fizi and Uvira

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Monitoring and advocacy project on human rights violation in the territories of Fizi and Uvira

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IMPLEMENTATION GROUP:
Youth Africa and Peace

LOCATION OF PLANNED ACTIVITY:
Fizi, Democratic Republic of Congo

ISSUE TO BE ADDRESSED:
The ‘Monitoring and Advocacy Campaign on Human Rights Violations in Fizi and Uvira Project’ will target the above-mentioned rural areas to raise awareness of the international human rights instruments signed by the DRC, particularly with respect to the rights of women, youth and the child.

The project aims to monitor incidents of sexual violence typically committed by members of the armed
forces and others. The project will provide psycho-social assistance to women and girls who have faced such violence. The goal is to assist women and girls in achieving socioeconomic independence by creating village credit and borrowing systems and by organizing women and girls into local community entrepreneurial groups.

PLANNED ACTIVITIES
1. Strategize and adopt monthly operations.
2. Conduct field visits to collect information with local human rights defenders.
3. Host a workshop to review the data collected.
4. Write and publish an interim report.
5. Meet with provincial officials and other CSOs to disperse information.
6. Pursue some corrective actions based on the information gathered.
7. Produce a final report.

CONCERNS:
None
TIME LIMIT:
31 January 2020 to 13 January 2021