The project will provide support and complements the government's effort to protect vulnerable people, including children while in transit. Children will be provided psychosocial support, through CFS (including indoor and outdoor activities), family tracing for children who arrive without their parents, hygiene and sanitation promotion in the camps to reduce children exposure to health risks, and create awareness on Gender Based Violence (GBV) and the risks of HIV and AIDS.
1520 children (1,000 boys and 520 girls) have access to and benefit from psychosocial support and other recreational activities through CFSs. 404 separated and unaccompanied children (231 boys, 173 girls) identified, registered and referred for FTR. 200 returnee and host community's children at risk and survivors of GBV (70% of them female) have access to information and made aware of the existing response services to GBV
Psychosocial activities through CFS by conducting recreational, psychosocial, and non - learning formal activities through involvement of the families. Organize activities according to age groups and appropriate for boys and girls; Establish community-based systems and structures for identification, prevention, mitigation
In this project, Buti Foundation will carry out awareness on the proper use of the environment; posters/massages, reduce plastic, provide and encourage the use of dust bins and hand wash kits. Buti Foundation also will carry out sessions and workshops to raise awareness on HIV infection among the youths (boys and girls) in the two returnees transit camps. Messages, posters will be used to educate the young people about HIV & AIDS. Peer education will be strengthened to carry out guidance