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Côte d’Ivoire

Liberia Côte d'Ivoire 2013 - 2018

The Côte d’Ivoire Justice Sector Support Program (ProJustice) is a five-year judicial administration, accountability, and access-to-justice program. ProJustice is cooperating with the Ministry of Justice, the National Judicial Training Institute, targeted courts, and civil society organizations to strengthen training for judiciary police, magistrates, and court staff, supporting enhancements to court case management systems, implementing measures to increase transparency and accountability in the courts, improving citizens’ access to the Ministry of Justice’s public defense fund, strengthening capacity of the Ministry of Justice’s Legal Aid Office, and strengthening disability rights. With its office in Abidjan, ProJustice works at both the national and local levels throughout the country to enhance justice services and access to legal aid for Ivoirian citizens.

Recent News:

US Expert Shares Advocacy Strategies with Ivoirian Governmental and NGO Partners

Sustainable Capacity Building of Ivoirian Justice Sector Personnel

Court Management Reforms Gaining Ground in Côte d’Ivoire

Improving Access to Justice in Côte d’Ivoire

Seminar on Legal Aid Brings Justice Closer to those in Need

Project Information:

ProJustice 2-Page Fact Sheet (English)

ProJustice 2-Page Fact Sheet (French)


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