CHREAA with funding from Amplify Change, embarked on a project aimed at lobbying and advocating for the inclusion of menstrual hygiene packages in the Malawi Prison.
The One Stop Center is a government initiative that provides services to children, women and men who are survivors of physical and sexual violence.
CHREAA with funding from Mott foundation is implementing a project intends to reach out to vulnerable groups in the communities of Chikwawa and Mwanza districts in accessing justice.
CHREAA Paralegal Officer handing over money to a client whose terminal benefits were being unlawfully held by his former employer.
CHREAA, with funding from the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA), is implementing a project to sensitize communities with positive messages about Covid-19 vaccines so as to increase acceptance and uptake of the vaccines in central and sout
CHREAA, with funding from Mott Foundation, is implementing a project aimed at improving access and delivery of justice in local communities through empowering the communities and bridging the gap between the local communities and the formal justice system.
The main objective of this program is to help reduce recidivism through education. This is based on the fact that many ex-prisoners recommit crimes due to poverty and lack of skills to use for income generation. Therefore, when they have skills like these,
The Decriminalization of vagrancy offences and promotion and protection of the rights of sex workers has been implemented by CHREAA since 2014 with funding from the Open Society Foundations (OSF), Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) and Sou
Protection of sex workers’ rights is one of CHREAA’s earliest projects having been launched in 2011 with funding from OSF and OSISA in partnership with SALC. The main objective of the project is to reduce human rights violations and deal with any discrimin
They are three handsets for the toll-free line, one is the main line and the other two are hunting lines. We extended to two other lines because of demand for the service as many people kept calling from across the country. In a day, one handset receives a
CHREAA in partnership with Reprieve is implementing a project called Eliminating Torture and other cruel inhuman degrading treatment or punishment connected to the use of the death penalty in Malawi’s criminal justice system.
Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) and Centre for Human Rights Education, Advice and Assistance (CHREAA) were awarded a grant to jointly undertake qualitative research on legal empowerment approaches to address Police abuse of marginalized groups in
Since 2021, CHREAA has been implementing a ‘Combating Torture in Places of Detention’ project with funding from the United Nations Voluntary Funds for Victims of Torture (UNVFVT). During this implementing period, CHREAA has assisted over 500 victims of tor
The Malawi Bail Project (MBP) is an initiative that aims at empowering poor and or marginalized people arrested with minor offences to enable them apply for bail at the police station or court without the use of a lawyer. Basically, this initiative was des