SUPPORT TO ELECTORAL ASSISTANCE IN AFGHANISTAN
EU Contribution: 15.500.000,00€
PROJET D'APPUI AU PROCESSUS ÉLECTORAL EN RÉPUBLIQUE CENTRAFRICAINE (PAPEC 2019 - 2022)
EU Contribution: 15.000.000,00€
Proyecto de Apoyo al Ciclo Electoral en Ecuador
EU Contribution: USD 1.179.144,20
Proyecto de Apoyo al Ciclo Electoral en Honduras para Elecciones Transparentes y Pacíficas 2020-2022 (PACE-H)
EU Contribution: 2.200.000€
PROJET D’APPUI AUX ELECTIONS EN CÔTE D’IVOIRE (PACE)
EU Contribution: 1.000.000 €
DEMOCRACY STRENGTHENING IN ZAMBIA (DSZ)
EU Contribution: 6.000.000 €
ELECTORAL PROJECT SUPPORT IN ARMENIA (ESPA)
EU Contribution: 1.500.000,00€
The project aims at assisting the Armenian authorities in holding credible, inclusive and transparent elections. The project's strategy is extended over to 2019 to ensure the sustainability of the results achieved, and capacity enhancement of the Central Election Commission (CEC) of Armenia.
PROJET D'APPUI AU CYCLE ÉLECTORAL EN RÉPUBLIQUE CENTRAFRICAINE (2014-2016) - PACEC
EU Contribution: 19.000.000,00 €
The PACEC strengthens partners’ coordination in the crisis resolution in Centrafrique toward a return to stability and a restoration of constitutional order through free, fair and transparent elections in the country.
APPUI AU CYCLE ÉLECTORAL RÉVISÉ 2011-2015
EU Contribution: 1.256.434,05€
The purpose of the project in DRC is to ensure efficient coordination in assisting the electoral process to organize transparent and credible elections in compliance with international norms and regional instruments, encompassing gender equity. The project also aims to strengthen institutional management capacities of electoral cycles.
STUDY AND RESEARCH ON ELECTION MEDIA COVERAGE FOR 2016 PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS IN GEORGIA
EU Contribution: 300.000,00€
SUPPORT TO THE INDEPENDENT ELECTORAL COMMISSION AND THE JUDICIARY IN JORDAN
EU Contribution: 4.737.923,00€
The project’s overall objective is to provide support to the Electoral Cycle in Jordan through an effective and strengthened Independent Election Commission (IEC). Activities focus on IEC external relations with other stakeholders, Voter Registration Data Base and strengthening of Electoral dispute resolution mechanisms.
STRENGTHENING OF THE ELECTORAL PROCESSES IN KENYA PROJECT
EU Contribution: 5.000.000,00€
Specifically, emphasis is put on enhanced institutional and legal framework and strengthened participation of voters, parties and candidates in the electoral process with emphasis on women, youth and disabled people.
EUROPEAN UNION SUPPORT TO THE LIBYA ELECTORAL ASSISTANCE PROJECT
EU Contribution: 2.000.000,00€
The overall objective of the project was to provide assistance to enable High National Elections Commission (HNEC) and relevant Libyan counterparts to prepare for and conduct successive well-administered, transparent and credible elections.
DEMOCRATIC EMPOWERMENT PROJECT (DEP)
EU Contribution: 4.500.000,00€
The project has focused on increasing capacities of the key democratic institutions to support legal and institutional reforms, building capacities of EMBs and enhancing their engagement with stakeholders. Outputs also encompass an inclusive participation in elections and politics enhanced through the empowerment of women, youth and people with disabilities. Finally, the project has contributed to prevent election-related conflicts and put efforts to ensure gender equity in electoral processes.
SUPPORT TO THE 2015-2017 ELECTORAL CYCLE
EU Contribution: €5,250,000.00
The UNDP project “Consolidation of the Electoral Process in Zambia: Support to the 2015-2017 Electoral Cycle” aims to strengthen the Zambian electoral cycle through consolidating the capacities of the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) and other electoral stakeholders. The objectives of the project include: 1) enhancing ECZ’s institutional and functional efficiency; 2) improving electoral regulations and transparency of the vote count and supporting the establishment of the framework for domestic observation; 3) enhancing political party management and women leadership; 4) supporting early warning mechanisms and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms; and 5) enhancing media’s credibility in the electoral process.
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