Understanding the Informal Justice System

      Training Workshop for CSOs:  Transforming Conflict & Building  Peace is started from 28th Nov,                           2014.

          Validation Workshop:     Peace-building project in Khyber         Pakhtunkhwa province.

Current Projects
Disaster Resilient Linked Communities in Punjab Province of Pakistan
April 2015 - September 2017

CAMP has actively contributed in responding to natural and man-made disasters in Pakistan, as well as implemented several recovery and rehabilitation programmes Based on its experience in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of implementing a disaster preparedness project for communities, CAMP received funding from the Government of Germany to implement a similar project in the flood affected districts of Chiniot and Sargodha in Punjab province. The overall goal of the project is to make the local communities more resilient to disaster through preparedness initiatives .. [..]

Rule of Law Programming in Pakistan – Phase V
January 2015 - December 2015

The Rule of Law Programming in Pakistan aims to contribute in improving the Rule of Law in Pakistan by reforming the Informal Justice System, and bringing it in compliance with the Constitution of Pakistan and international Human Rights standards. The project is supported by the German Foreign Office. The project is based on lessons learned from the previous phases of the project; that both formal and informal justice systems have lacunas and need rigorous advocacy/lobbying and sensitisation to lay the foundation for accessible and impartial justice in Pakistan The one year project... [..]

"The Sister's Voice" in Balochistan and Punjab
October 2014 - September 2016

"The Sisters’ Voice" is a two-year project funded by the Commonwealth Foundation. The project aims to improve advocacy for better implementation of women laws, through women-led CSOs in Balochistan and Punjab provincesWhile pro-women legislation has been promoted and adopted by the Government of Pakistan in recent years – including the Prevention of Anti-Women Practices (Criminal Law Amendment) Act 2011- there are gaps in enforcement believes that women CSOs can play an integral role in highlighting women's issues and the gaps in implementation of laws, thereby... [..]

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