The mapping of the fields of law on SRH services and LGBTIQ2 issues, case of Democatric Republic of Congo and Burundi

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Therefore, the FAIECO project will try to understand, monitoring and evaluation off the state actor’s and NGOs interventions focus on revitalizing a tradition of resources allocation to state actor’s and knowledge sharing between cross-border on local NGOs groups in way to produce a rapport within two countries: the Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi in way to change policies .

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  • CCC Grants

  • 2021

  • Democratic Republic of Congo

  • Share-Net Burundi

  • English

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According to findings from the project FAIECO, the Republic of Burundi and DR Congo’s public health care system is almost non-existent, and access to health care is challenging for many parts of both countries and most of the populations. Health centres are poorly equipped and understaffed, with a weak and underfunded health system that is in a fragile phase of reconstruction after decades of difficulties. This led to not having a clear structural system on how laws and policies are interpreted by patients and health care personnel, for example, on abortion. So far, we have produced an understanding paper in relation to the law on SSR and LGBTQ2 situation in DR Congo and grounding the project activities in the Republic of Burundi where the expressions of sexuality and gender other than the heteronormative one are considered taboo and even illegal, so it doesn’t address in the policy on the same hand, SRHR of young people Young girl ages between 14 and 17 year old and women aged 18 years and above are being challenged by having limited policies which barriers them access health care, education, women and girls to access justice and obtain reparations for violations of their SRHR.

According to findings from the project FAIECO, the Republic of Burundi and DR Congo’s public health care system is almost non-existent, and access to health care is challenging for many parts of both countries and most of the populations. Health centres are poorly equipped and understaffed, with a weak and underfunded health system that is in a fragile phase of reconstruction after decades of difficulties. This led to not having a clear structural system on ho

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