Protection sector 2013 (1)

 
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Protection sector 2013

In the all of our operational areas in Sudan We do believe that child up use and child protection is a huge challenge facing our community in terms of FGM, early marriage, schools drop out and trauma moreover to humiliation.

To mitigate the risk of child abuse through, provision of protective environment for flood affected children in Sharg Alneel locality in Khartoum – Sudan, and provision of psychosocial support and protective learning environment. AORD has already reached over 5000 children so far across several areas within Sudan through Construction of two temporary play areas (CFSs) in Khartoum state, Sharg Alneel locality  play area in Alkerayab- Taibat Alkababesh for girls school targeted  children,. The seconded one in Marabeea Alshareef school targeted  children, Training of 4 animators, supervisors and  psychosocial support officers on child protection legal framework, child rights/protection, CFSs management and how to provide psychosocial support, Conduct community-level protection monitoring missions to 10 IDPs/returnees and host communities in Blue Nile state (30,000) in all BN localities.

Establishment and training of Community Based Child Protection Networks (CBCPNs), 25 members (15 women and 10 men) on child protection legal framework, child rights/protection, CFSs management and psychosocial support, Conduct community based protection awareness campaigns on women rights, GBV, bad habits, FGM, early marriage, child labor, child soldier, human rights, peace building and other protection issues) for 6 IDPs/returnees and host communities in Blue Nile state (3,000).

AORD has considered gender across all project cycle through ensuring of of all groups of girls, boys, women and men as relevant in project activities. AORD has conducted needs assessment and integrated these needs of girls, boys, women and men in project activities and outcomes. The project is also anticipates to promote equal access to project resources and participation opportunities taking gender considerations into account. 

Women and girls due to social attitudes and gender power relations are socially and economically excluded. They often do not have control over resources, and are excluded from decision-making processes. Therefore special focus is given to them to ensure their equal participation and benefit. This is considered in all project components and will be well communicated to project beneficiaries.  In project monitoring and reporting the data will be segregated by gender.

The immediate outcome of what we have done is improved awareness and understanding among government officials, communities and other stakeholders on protection issues related to the IDPs. Improved capacity of staff, community protection groups and relevant actors in protection issues.

In the all of our operational areas in Sudan We do believe that child up use and child protection is a huge challenge facing our community in terms of FGM, early marriage, schools drop out and trauma moreover to humiliation.

To mitigate the risk of child abuse through, provision of protective environment for flood affected children in Sharg Alneel locality in Khartoum – Sudan, and provision of psychosocial support and protective learning environment. AORD has already reached over 5000 children so far across several areas within Sudan through Construction of two temporary play areas (CFSs) in Khartoum state, Sharg Alneel locality  play area in Alkerayab- Taibat Alkababesh for girls school targeted  children,. The seconded one in Marabeea Alshareef school targeted  children, Training of 4 animators, supervisors and  psychosocial support officers on child protection legal framework, child rights/protection, CFSs management and how to provide psychosocial support, Conduct community-level protection monitoring missions to 10 IDPs/returnees and host communities in Blue Nile state (30,000) in all BN localities.

Establishment and training of Community Based Child Protection Networks (CBCPNs), 25 members (15 women and 10 men) on child protection legal framework, child rights/protection, CFSs management and psychosocial support, Conduct community based protection awareness campaigns on women rights, GBV, bad habits, FGM, early marriage, child labor, child soldier, human rights, peace building and other protection issues) for 6 IDPs/returnees and host communities in Blue Nile state (3,000).

AORD has considered gender across all project cycle through ensuring of of all groups of girls, boys, women and men as relevant in project activities. AORD has conducted needs assessment and integrated these needs of girls, boys, women and men in project activities and outcomes. The project is also anticipates to promote equal access to project resources and participation opportunities taking gender considerations into account.  Women and girls due to social attitudes and gender power relations are socially and economically excluded. They often do not have control over resources, and are excluded from decision-making processes. Therefore special focus is given to them to ensure their equal participation and benefit. This is considered in all project components and will be well communicated to project beneficiaries.  In project monitoring and reporting the data will be segregated by gender.

The immediate outcome of what we have done is improved awareness and understanding among government officials, communities and other stakeholders on protection issues related to the IDPs. Improved capacity of staff, community protection groups and relevant actors in protection issues