Funded by the European Union, the overall objective of the citizen observation project is to contribute to the holding of credible, inclusive and transparent elections through an independent citizen observer evaluation of CAR's presidential and National Assembly elections scheduled for 27 December 2020 by a civil society network of CSOs.
To achieve this objective EISA partnered with Réseau arc-en-ciel (RAC; "Rainbow Network"), with whom EISA worked in 2015. RAC began as a network of 14 CSO, but this number was increased to 17 for the sake of greater inclusivity.
More specifically, the project includes:
EISA met RAC to share the content of the new project, their role in the project and the project management rules. A draft MoU was submitted to the 17 CSO partners of RAC clearly indicating EISA's role as the technical and financial manager of the project and that of the CSOs as beneficiaries and implementing partners.
Seventeen trainers were trained to conduct workshops for 150 observers recruited from 17 partner CSOs who were deployed to 13 prefectures and 58 sub prefectures to observe voter registration. The EOM was launched on 16 October 2020.
On June 25, 2021, Reseau arc-en-ciel released its general Report on the electoral process. The presentation ceremony, which took place at the Ledger hotel in Bangui, saw the presence of donors, as well as national and international actors.
Aime Konan, Resident Director: konan[at]eisa.org
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EISA CAR is financed by the European Union.