Protection sector 2017

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Strengthened Protection Response for vulnerable women affected by GBV in North Kordofan

This project implemented in Um Ruwaba in North Kordofan State, Funded by Embassy of France the amount contribution was 20,000.00 Euros and AORD contribution was 6,000 Euros the total budget was 26,000 Euros. The implementation period from January 2017 up to October 2017.

This project designed to directly target 13,914 IDPs (2,344 men, 3,734 women, 3,323 boys, and 4,513 girls), in Um Ruwaba locality in North Kordofan state, with the particular focus on vulnerable women subject to violence, through GBV activities.  

The project supported establishment and training of two Communities based Protection Networks (CBPNs). This grant supported the re-activation of one of the CBPNs, through the provision of refresher training on GBV to its members in order to continue their support for the community mobilization role among the community.

The project was established the community-based protection networks and community key actors and leader, as they were actively engaged in the project activities. In addition, they were trained and well equipped regarding protection including GBV issues. The community members those targeted by the project activities they are highly committed to preventing and responding to any protection and GBV among their communities.

The project also targeted the local authorities by trained them to advocate for women and girls protection in the state. AORD also contributed to the sustainability through implemented a good analysis and made the right selection of its activities and inputs in its programming to ensure the project sustainability, within this humanitarian context in coordination with the relevant authorities and the line ministries such as Ministry of Social Welfare (MOSW), and Family and Child Protection Unit (FCPU).

These actors, in addition to the protection networks, are currently high committed to continuing protecting the rights of women and girls among the communities in Um-Rwaba.