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2017

Specialized life Saving Child Protection services to Vulnerable drought Affected Populations in Cadado (Somalia)

Somalie

Titre : Specialized life Saving Child Protection services to Vulnerable drought Affected Populations in Cadado (Somalia)

Pays /Région : Somalie

Code projet : SOM-17/3485/SA1 2017/Prot/NGO/4997

Durée : 01/06/2017 // 31/12/2017

Présentation
The aim of this project is to respond to the drought providing CP services in Cadado to protect child rights and safety, prevent critical deterioration of their physical and mental health and promote their short and longer-term well being. The activities to achieve the above includes : Recreational activities/Counseling and medical child support, case workers capacity building,material support to enhance provision and access to essential services for child survivors, Prevention and Response services for unaccompanied and Separated Children(IDTR ). awareness and community engagement, supporting coordination, CP assessment and Monitoring of CP situation in Camps/settlements

Bénéficiaires
This project will target the children lacking provision and access to essential services for child survivors Survivors in Adado that were affected by drought emergencies . This project will ultimately provide services to the IDP settlements and host communities( 800 girls and 600boys Direct beneficiaries) and 4450 Indirect beneficiaries. The children who were affected by the drought in their respective rural areas will be offered services such medical, Psycho social and material support. The beneficiaries by will be drawn from the drought affected areas in Cadado.

Porteur du projet : Save Somali Women & Children

Financement : Nations Unies

Contribution : 149,945.84 $

United Nations Development Group

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