Japan project improves quality of justice services delivered to the population through capacity development

April 11, 2022

Photo: UNDP, 2022

The Building Strong Institutions project, financed by the Government of Japan, works with the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights to improve the quality of justice services delivered to the population, specially in the Southern region, focusing on access to justice and respect for human rights. On March 21-23 the project supported a training for national judges and prosecutors on how to apply the rules and regulations of ECOWAS in cases discussed in national courts. The course had magistrates from Buba (the area where the project is working) and from other regions of the country, ensuring that law professionals from the entire country benefit from courses and capacity building that are crucial for quality service delivery.