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2022

Provision of integrated life-saving sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and gender-based violence (GBV) information and services during the drought response in seven counties in Kenya

Kenya

Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF)

Titre : Provision of integrated life-saving sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and gender-based violence (GBV) information and services during the drought response in seven counties in Kenya

Pays /Région : Kenya

Code projet : 22-UF-FPA-006

Durée : Project start : 01 Mar 2022 | Project end : 28 Feb 2023

Présentation
The main objective of this UNFPA project is to sustain access to life-saving sexual and reproductive health and gender-based violence survivors for populations affected by the current drought in Kenya, which the President declared a national disaster in September 2021.UNFPA and its partners conduct sexual and reproductive health services (SRH) which include procurement and distribution of inter-agency reproductive health (IARH) kits, the orientation of healthcare professionals on the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP), the orientation of County SRH Coordinators on SRH in emergencies, provision of voluntary family planning services, conducting integrated health outreaches, and provision of referral services. The project will undertake Gender-Based Violence (GBV) response interventions that include orientation of healthcare workers on CMR, provision of CMR services, support operationalization of the national GBV Toll-Free Helpline HAK 1195, provision of MHPSS, and sensitizes emergency response teams on preventions of sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA). The project will provide dignity kits, mama kits, and create awareness on SRH and GBV services through multiple platforms, including radio, posters, community awareness drives, and bulk SMS services. The project will directly target 212,439 WRA and sexually active men including those in refugee camps and persons with disabilities. The project targets 207,151 people, including 132,231 women, 72,920 men,4,000 children, and 5,288 persons with disabilities.

Bénéficiaires : Host communities, Refugees, Other affected persons
Population cible : 207,151

Recipient UN Agency  : UNFPA

Financement : $500,000

Présentation : CERF

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