National Dialogue on Human Rights in Belize, Scaling Up Access to Legal Services for Most at Risk Populations

What is the project about

 Photo: Three Champions Sign on in Support of National Dialogue, UNDP Belize, 2011
Three Champions Sign on in Support of National Dialogue, UNDP Belize, 2011

This project focuses on promoting poverty reduction and the human rights of Most at Risk Populations (MARPs).

It's three main objectives are:  1. To advance human rights based and HIV-sensitive legal reform in the country through the 1st National Dialogue on Human Rights in country; 2. To empower most at risk populations in Belize to exercise their human, sexual and reproductive rights to reduce their vulnerability to HIV; and 3. To increase access of most at risk populations in Belize to effective and quality legal services.

What have we accomplished so far

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Funding



Major sources of financing.

2011 to 2012
Donor
Amount
HIV / AIDS Thematic Trust Fund (TTF)
$75,000
UNAIDS (in-kind)
$10,000
UNFPA (in-kind)
$10,000
Total Cost of Project $95,000

Delivery in previous fiscal year

Total delivery up through the most recent year for which UNDP’s financial books have closed.

2011
Donor
Amount
Not Available
 
Project Overview
Status:
Active
Project Start Date:
July 1, 2011
Estimated End Date:
December 31, 2012
Geographic Coverage:
National
Focus Area:
Poverty Reduction
MDG
6
Project Officer:
Dr. Mariana Mansur
Partners:
National Executing Agency / Implementing Partner: National AIDS Commission, Ministry of Human Development, Ministry of Health, United Nations Country Team; Implementing Organization: National AIDS Commission, National Women’s Commission, Ministry of Human Development, Ministry of Health, Women Issues Network (WIN) Belize, United Belize Advocacy Movement (UniBAM), C-Net+, National Advocacy Working Group (NAWG), Police and Immigration Dept., University of Belize, UN Joint Team on HIV/AIDS.
Related documents
Project Document:

National Dialogue on Human Rights in Belize, Scaling Up Access to Legal Services for Most at Risk Populations (MARPs)

Evaluations

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