Haiti - Social : «No pretext no limit» - HaitiLibre.com : Haiti news 7/7





iciHaiti - Security : The new acting Prime Minister met with the members of the CSPN

iciHaiti - Diplomacy : Formation of two young Ambassadors of Caricom

iciHaiti - Cap-Haitien : PNH crackdown against Gangs

iciHaiti - League of Nations D-1 : Mechack Jerome dreams of qualifying Haiti for the League 1

iciHaiti - Tourism : Laying the first stone of the Place d'Armes of Aquin


more news


Haiti - News : Zapping...

Haiti - FLASH : 6 of our most talented football players will settle in Quebec

Haiti - Environment : Access to drinking water for all Haitians by 2030

Haiti - Justice : Human Rights Watch calls for an independent investigation into the protesters killed

Haiti - FLASH : Trump strategy could weaken the cohesion of the Caribbean region


more news


Haiti - Social : «No pretext no limit»
08/11/2018 09:06:21

Haiti - Social : «No pretext no limit»
Within the framework of its mandate and taking into account its exit strategy aimed at a gradual transfer of responsibilities to the Haitian Government and development actors, the United Nations Mission for the Support of Justice in Haiti (Minujusth) through its human rights section through its Community Violence Reduction (CVR) projects, supported the project "No pretext no limit" presented by the organization "Union of Women with Reduced Mobility of Haiti" (UFMORH) and launched at the end of October.

This project, which will be implemented in Cap-Haitien and Port-au-Prince over a period of 6 months, aims to promote respect for human rights and the inclusion of people with reduced mobility.

It aims specifically at strengthening the capacity of the UFMORH regional office in Cap-Haïtien, enabling it to play its full role for the benefit of women and men with disabilities in the North department. It will also allow a better perception of the population in relation to women and men with disabilities, through awareness-raising and training.

The project will reach 40 direct beneficiaries including 10 men and 30 women. To achieve this goal, awareness-raising meetings will be held for women, parents of persons with disabilities, representatives of human rights organizations and organizations of women with and without disabilities. Media awareness and promotion campaigns for the inclusion of people with disabilities will also be carried out as well as a roundtable discussion on the issue of exclusion of women and women's groups in the feminist movement.

HL/ HaitiLibre

Twitter Facebook Rss
Send news to... Daily news...




Why HaitiLibre ? | Contact us | Français
Copyright © 2010 - 2019
Haitilibre.com