"As the founder and president of the Chadian Association for the Protection and Defense of Human Rights, Delphine had been working for many years on strengthening respect for human rights in a country where independent justice and freedom of expression do not exist, where torture, rape and extra-judicial killings are frequent occurrences, and where a civil war is still raging. She feared that without adequate safeguards the Chad-Cameroon project could lead to wide-scale human rights abuses. Her fears were soon confirmed when government forces massacred over 200 people in the Doba region in an effort to "impose peace" so oil extraction could proceed." 
- Trustee, Center for International Environmental Law
- Recipient of the 2004 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award
- Former Greengrants International Financial Institutions (IFI) advisor 
- "Delphine Djiraibe", (Biographical note), Undated, Accessed June 2007.