Featured, Security Sector Reform
Posted on Oct 24, 2014 | 0 Comments
From 2011 to 2013, ECI polled thousands of people across Congo on issues important to them, including their thoughts on security. In this polling, only 11% of respondents reported feeling ‘completely secure.’ Furthermore, 50% of respondents believed that a stronger national army and police force would be the single most effective way to improve the security of their families and communities.
By Emmanuel Kabengele
With the security situation in DRC still precarious, particularly in the eastern provinces, the need for Congolese army and police reform is urgen...