At a ceremony convened in Baidoa on October 5 to mark the launch of EAJ’s early recovery justice work with its local implementing partners Bay Women and Lifeline Somalia, Minister of Justice, Hon. Mohamed Hussein, pledged his support for EAJ’s efforts to work with communities to begin reintroducing justice services.
In Somaliland, EAJ produced a video featuring SWLA’s call Centre, highlighting the success of the call center and the contribution the Centre has made to the expansion of justice in Somaliland, particularly, for victims of gender-based violence and to the disabled.
Kisiwani uses Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram to post a range of messages.
In its series of research scholarships, EAJ has supported two further research scholars in finalizing their research papers
Place: Mogadishu, Somalia. Time: Monday 21st September 2020
Place: Baidoa, Southwest State of Somalia Time: Sunday 20th September 2020
On 28 March 2020 twenty-three community members from Sabid, Anole and Afgoye districts of Lower Shabelle benefited from a training for advocacy groups on gender-sensitive advocacy and awareness-raising.
In February 2020, Expanding Access to Justice (EAJ) lawyers met with Abdullahi Hassan Hadle and Dahabo Abdullahi Abikar, the parents of a mother and her daughter who were found dead at their home in an IDP camp in Lower Shabelle.
“This communications master class is part of our capacity development component that seeks to increase the capacity and sustainability of access to justice actors....,” said Hamdi Ismail Abdulahi, the project director of EAJ.
“...This is a good opportunity to clearly understand our priorities, and the need to fast track completion of the strategic plan to allow effective monitoring and evaluation of our service delivery.” –Abdirahman Sheikh, Director General, Ministry of Justice, Somaliland
On April 15, 2019, the USAID Expanding Access to Justice (EAJ) program in collaboration with the Somaliland Ministry of Justice (MOJ) successfully conducted the first Access to Justice Committee (A2JC) meeting in Hargeisa, Somaliland.
Expanding Access to Justice (EAJ), a USAID-funded program, has successfully conducted a three-days workshop on outcome mapping, from July 16-18, in Hargeisa, Somaliland
“In this manner, Development Groups will be contributing by expanding on work that is already underway. EAJ will be providing technical and secretariat support to each Development Group. Women will be given priority and leadership roles of the Development Groups,” said Hamdi Ismail Abdulahi, the Project Director of EAJ.
Today, February 27, 2019, a new expanding access to justice program funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) was launched, in a ceremony observed by the Somaliland Minister of Justice, H.E. Abdiqani Mahmoud Ateye.