After contributing to building the capacity of political parties and civil society actors to observe the 2009-2013 electoral process in Chad, EISA is now back with a 2-year project entitled "Appui aux Acteurs Citoyens Tchadiens et aux Élections (ACTE)", aiming at establishing a citizens' coalition and strengthening the technical capacity of its members in civic and voter education, monitoring of electoral processes, prevention and management of electoral conflicts, monitoring of social networks and advocacy for electoral reforms. Specifically, ACTE will:
The action will take into account cross-cutting issues, such as human rights respect, gender mainstreaming, inclusion of minorities and internally displaced persons, in order to contribute to the reduction of discrimination and to promote the inclusion and participation of all in the political and electoral process.
Dr Pierre Kadi Sossou, Country Representative - firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: +235 69 25 62 59
Quartier Moursal, Ave Kondol, Rue 5031, Porte 422, N'Djemena, Republic of Chad
ACTE is funded by the European Union (EU) Delegation in Chad