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2017

Scaling up emergency protective services for the drought affected people through prevention and response to gender-based violence (GBV), mitigation to child protection ( CP) risks including support for unaccompanied and separated children in Mogadishu, Baidoa, Dinsoor and Wajid districts (Somalia)

Somalie

Titre : Scaling up emergency protective services for the drought affected people through prevention and response to gender-based violence (GBV), mitigation to child protection ( CP) risks including support for unaccompanied and separated children in Mogadishu, Baidoa, Dinsoor and Wajid districts (Somalia)

Pays /Région : Somalie

Code projet : SOM-17/3485/SA1/Prot/INGO/4554

Durée : 08/05/2017 // 08/02/2018

Présentation
This project seeks to scale up child protection and Gender based Violence (GBV) protection services ,including prevention and mitigation actions at community and district level in the target districts. Focus will be particularly to address protection risks/concerns experienced by women and children affected by droughts especially in Internally Displaced Peoples camps and the host populations as well. The key focus will be to scale up prevention and response to separation of children from their families and gender based violence survivors. The project will conduct regular analysis of the situation of children regarding causes and patterns of separation and respond accordingly through prevention and strengthening of appropriate protection systems and services, build capacity of protection service providers and stakeholders, facilitate appropriate and coordinated referrals and and linkage in service delivery. This is to ensure quality comprehensive services to unaccompanied and separated children (UASC) and gender based violence survivors(GBV) as well as support monitoring through generation and analysis of data using project indicators in the target districts using appropriate tools. The project will benefit directly 300 separated and unaccompanied children (50% boys, 50% girls) and 400 GBV (women 50% and men 50%) The project will also reach 80 (women 50% and men 50%) through live saving trainings, other capacity building innovations. There will be advocacy designed to improve care, and prevention and response services for unaccompanied and separated children (UASC) and GBV survivors . Additionally, the project reach 6500 individuals (girls 20%, women 40%, boys 20% and men 20%) through awareness raising on their rights, child protection or gender based violence, roles and responsibilities of children, causes and consequence of separation as well as gender based violence , identification and reporting unaccompanied and separated children (UASC) and GBV survivors , services available to Gender Based violence survivors and unaccompanied and separated (UASC), as well as appropriate referrals

Bénéficiaires
The primary beneficiaries of this project shall include 200 unaccompanied and separated children (girls and boys) within the target districts of Mogadishu , Biadoa, Dinsoor and Wajid. Unaccompanied and separated children and 200 GBV survivors will be identified and referred to INTERSOS by trained community level volunteer and community watch groups in the camps, trained community leaders, sensitized community members and school teachers. In the onset of the project clear criteria will be developed to guide staff and key actors to identify and appropriately respond to GBV survivors and UASC). The project will also target 160 formal and informal authorities and other community members through training, awareness activities and advocacy to strengthen their capacity to protect and respond to the risks, needs and rights of GBV survivors and UASC in their local communities and districts. These shall include local authorities, own staff, Gender Based Violence and Child Protection partners including local NGOs, staff from gender Based violence working group members(GBV WG), community members from Internally Displaced People and host communities, community leaders such as clan leaders and religious leaders, teachers. Other beneficiaries of the project will include 1850 ( Women, Men, girls and boys), women and men within the Internally Displace Persons camps and returnees (including community leaders, women’s and youth groups), in target schools (i.e schools to which children from Internally Displace Peoples camps and returnees attend school), in host communities (school child rights clubs from selected schools with near Internally Displaced Peoples camps and returnee communities) in who will benefit from different services of the project including basic psycho social activities, awareness education and capacity building events.

Porteur du projet : INTERSOS

Financement : Nations Unies

Contribution : 390,000.45 $

United Nations Development Group

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