Development Counterpart (DC) sees peace as inseparable from justice and the extension of human rights as a fundamental ethical obligation. Armed violence and insecurity have ravaged economies and have contributed to sexual violence, crime, and blatant disregard of human rights. We believe that advocacy of responsible social action can mobilize communities against violence and cultivate a moral concern that how people ought to live. Participatory interventions to strengthen rule of law and promotion of human rights are the key to curbing violence.
To advance peace goals, Development Counterpart will continue to:
In the thematic area of peace, justice and human rights, we have implemented multiple projects. These projects involved youth empowerment, community mobilization, advocacy campaigns, capacity building and awareness activities.
|Major Projects under the Thematic Area of Peace, Justice and Human Rights|
|Sr. No.||Project Name||Project Year’s||Budget in PKR||Funding Source||Implemented By|
|1||Accountable humanitarian governance for an effective and accountable disaster preparedness and response||2016||5,000,000||Care International||YO|
|2||Peace Building Through Youth Empowerment||2016||14,300,000||DAI||PDO|
|3||Peace Building Through Youth Empowerment||2016||43,100,000||DAI||PDO|
|4||16 Days of Activism||2015||2,900,000||Creative Associates||PDO|
|5||Economic Empowerment of Farmers||2015||3,310,000||Creative Associates||PDO|
|6||Peace restoration and development through youth involvement||2011-2012||1,390,000||UNDP, Peshawar||ABKT|
|7||Restoration of peace and promotion of peace and development through community mobilization||2010||1,183,200||United Nation Development Program (UNDP)||ABKT|
|8||Promotion of Peace and Development in conflict affected Malakand||2010||1,386,840||United Nation Development Program||ABKT|