Initially, in 2009, EISA’s intervention in Chad was focused on support to building the capacity of civil society in election observation. With the extension of its work to political parties EISA had an opportunity to encourage political parties to play a more constructive role in the democratic process and in promoting a modicum of political stability in Chad. Through its field office in N’Djamena, EISA assisted in the implementation of the peace agreement between the ruling coalition and opposition parties. EISA’s activities in the country include:

See also a EISA Chad: Chronological overview of work. In 2013 EISA Chad held a focus groups discussion meeting with the CENI on lessons learned.

Donor support and funding

The work in Chad was financed by the Department for International Development (DIFD) (UK) and the Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA)