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    EAHRHI is founded on the principles of International Human Rights laws, to defend and protect individuals from any form of threat, discrimination or marginalisation, irrespective of race, religion or association.Our ultimate goal is to ensure that the freedom of every individual as enshrined in the 1948 Universal Declaration is respected and upheld especially in those volatile regions where human rights abuses are eminent.

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Human Rights Village

in Monrovia, Liberia

The EAHRHI Human Rights Village is a 3 days long public human rights fair that shall be moved from one African Capital to the other; EAHRHI’s objective with the rights village project is to rally the continent once every year by taking the human rights village from one country to the other, mobilizing all major stakeholders, building awareness among the populations and empowering the various communities with human rights know-how. The highlight of the rights village will include networking, projection of major film shows, documentaries, on human rights, seminars, workshops, theatre. EAHRHI shall associate national and international human rights organisations, and stakeholders both within and out of the African continent. The 2016 event is scheduled for Monrovia, Liberia, in West Africa.

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Human Rights Training

in Accra, Ghana

  It is generally said that “Change is easier for children than adults”. Therefore, educating young people about the conditions for democracy and the importance of protecting human rights is one of the most valuable investments that a society can make in its future; the youngsters today are “the voters, parliamentarians, teachers, police officers of tomorrow.” For this reason, it is just very appropriate that human rights education find its rightful place in the school curriculum, teacher training courses, and other supplementary educational materials. The EAHRHI Human Rights Curriculum Development Project seeks to put in place a multi-sector stakeholder network of experts to help develop a curriculum for primary and secondary schools in Africa. EAHRHI has sited the pilot project in Accra, Ghana.

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Girls IT Knowledge Project (GITKP)

in Mbabane, Swaziland

The introduction of computers in African schools has improved compared to the situation in the late 80s. However, when measured on a global scale, there is so much that still needs to be done. Because of the vital role that education plays in permitting girls and women have access to ICT-related opportunities, it is vital to step up efforts and close the existing gap, faced by the African girl-child and women as a whole. The EAHRHI GITKP aims at giving the African girl-child an opportunity to not only acquire ICT-related skills, (computing, graphics design, web design, and hardware maintenance) but to also assist them set-up cluster IT related business after their training. A very special component of the project focuses on training girls living with HIV-AIDS and also accompanying them set up cluster IT related businesses. The pilot project is scheduled for Mbabane, Swaziland.

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