Justice for All (J4A) is a partnership between the Nigerian Government and the UK Department for International Development. The programme, funded by the UK government's Department for International Development (DFID), supports Nigerian-led reform of the justice sector. The programme focuses on building the capacity, accountability and responsiveness of key policing justice and anti-corruption institutions and supporting them to work together, alongside civil society and oversight institutions , as part of a coherent, coordinated sector. By supporting better service delivery at the federal, state and local level, J4A aims to improve the access to security and justice for all Nigerians.
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A capable, accountable, responsive and integrated justice sector that is fair, equitable and accessible, with sustainable reform momentum that creates growing user confidence and respect amongst Nigerians.
To improve personal security and access to justice for all Nigerians.
To improve the capabilty, accountability and responsiveness of the key organisations in the justice sector.
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