Recruitment, training and deployment of 180 Election Observers in Bayelsa and Rivers States.
CEHRD researches, monitors and document on human rights , small arms, governance and topical biodiversity and environmental issues in the Niger Delta region and their associated human rights impacts. Below are some of the published papers and reports of CEHRD on the above subject matter.
The local monitoring project team organised a focus group discussion (FDG) for community representatives from Ogale community to have a clear picture of the present state of water supply from the Eleme Water Supply Scheme. To fully understand the challenges faced by the target community, the team further conducted field monitoring and subsequently developed an open source online map and a water monitoring survey table with the aim of gathering and visually displaying on-ground information on the spread and effectiveness of the water scheme to affected community residents and compared the information gathered with the United Nations resolution of 64/292 of July 2010. This resolution categorically recognizes the right of humans to clean water and sanitation as fundamental in the actualization of human rights under the following salient points – Water must be Sufficient; Water must be physically accessible and Water must be affordable.