The proposed multi-year project initiative supports institutional and capacity building of ZEC, strengthening voter registration, developing of a robust voter education programme and effective ZEC engagement with election stakeholders.
The project provided technical and financial support to build long term capacity of ZEC, development and implementation of BVR, undertaking extensive stakeholder consultations, nationwide campaigns of voter education, training of polling staff, gender mainstreaming during the entire election process and media monitoring.
The support to the Consultative forums established by ZEC for political parties, CSOs, FBOs and media provided a platform for dialogue and consultations among the electoral stakeholders during the entire electoral cycle and act as forums of dispute resolution.
The project contributed significantly towards the development of a biometric voter register that was seen as credible, inclusive and accurate by stakeholders. Stakeholder engagement through all the stages dating zimbabwe harare the electoral process was an important contribution of the ZIM-ECO project.
The project is now providing the technical assistance for the next 5-year Strategic Plan of ZEC, that will form the basis of technical assistance dating zimbabwe harare the next election cycle with harmonized elections planned in Future support under this cycle is likely to broaden the scope and objectives from the original three outputs listed above.
The CTA will ensure cooperation and coordination among key electoral stakeholders and partners involved in the electoral process.