Below is a brief summary of the Counseling and Reintegration Program in 2016:
25 survivors (Domestic Violence =2, Sexual Abuse =9 & Human Trafficking =14) and 8 relatives were referred to safe shelter. We added to 12 survivors (DV=5, SA=1 & HT=6) and 5 relatives from the previous period.
Total = 37 (Domestic Violence=7, Sexual Abuse=10 & Human Trafficking =20) and 13 relatives stayed at the safe shelter in the first semester of 2016.
Of 25 cases, 21 are under 18. The high number and % ratio of youth and children being served is something we are making a point about.
A summary of the activities coducted by the counselors in 2016:
The counselor had spent 47 hours providing 77 individual counseling sessions to 24 survivors who stayed in the CWCC's safe shelter. Of 24, 17 were survivors of human trafficking, 4 were survivors of sexual abuse and 3 were survivors of domestic violence.
The counselor provided 9 small-group counseling sessions to 19 clients at the CWCC's safe shelter. Of 19 survivors, 14 survivors of human trafficking, 4 survivors of sexual abuse and 1 survivor of domestic violence which spent 9 hours and 25 minutes.
The counselor provided 21 big group counseling sessions to 22 survivors and 2 relatives at the CWCC's safe shelter which spent 29 hours and 20 minutes. Of 22 survivors, 15 were survivors of human trafficking, 4 were survivors of sexual abuse and 3 were survivors of domestic violence.
There were 17 survivors of human trafficking, 4 survivors of sexual abuse and 3 survivors of domestic violence and 2 relatives (totally 26) participated in 5 weekly meetings in the shelter for a total of 5 hours.
The (24) beneficiaries of individual counseling sessions are as the following:
a) Under 18: (totally 21)
- Domestic Violence : 1
- Sexual Abuse: 4
- Human Trafficking: 16
b) From 18 to 22: (totally 1)
- Domestic violence: 0
- Sexual Abuse: 0
- Human Trafficking: 1
c) Over 22: (totally 2)
- Domestic Violence : 2
- Sexual Abuse: 0
- Human Trafficking : 0
We hope that this report displays the continued progress of the Counceling and Reintegration Program. Thank you to all of the donors who faithfully believe in the healing of these girls and women. It is with your support that the beneficiaries may heal from their traumas and seek bright futures.
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