A lean and focused secretariat that is able to respond to the needs of the members and coordinate the activities of its member organizations in order to contribute to the objectives of the HRCC.
There has been an improvement in the relationship between the Board and secretariat with demarcation of roles and functions, and complementarities in HRCC activities.
. This has provided the expertise and constituency for HRCC work, including the evidence and support for the various positions HRCC has taken.
Lonf list of donors, including HIVOS, NORWAY BASKET FUND, ROYAL NORWEGIAN Embassy, CIDA PEG, UNICEF, UNDP, the British High Commission and Swedish Organization for Individual Relief.
This has provided opportunities for HRCC to garner support on its issues and reach out to wider society through the platform provided by the increased networking and collaboration.
The ability and willingness of HRCC members to raise their voices in one accord and express a strong sense of solidarity on contentious human rights and governance issues.
Public trust on human rights issues and recognition as a human rights watchdog both at national and international levels.