ATAT Project

by SEVAC Foundation Uganda

Summary

Strengthening the cultural role of grandmother in the communities to improve girl- child's lives,sevac foundation Uganda primary goal is to promote girls child education to improve their lives and well being

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Challenge

Sevac foundation Uganda's primary goal is to promote girl-child's education to improve their well being. one of sevac new initiatives to improve the live of adolescent girls is ATAT grandmother project , the project aims to recognize, build and strengthen the cultural role of grandmother in the communities to prevent child marriage and teenage pregnancy and to keep them in school

Solution

To increase grandmothers knowledge of the risks of child- forced marriage and teenage pregnancy, To increase solidarity and collaboration between grandmother and key stake holder, to increase grandmother confidence to play an active role in promoting girls health.

Long-Term Impact

A total of 220 grandmother and 4000 adolescent girls from 40 communities participate in this program,majority of grandmother and girls through this project, confidence built,community - wide effort to protect and support child to ensure their full physical,emotional and intellectual development promoted,key community leaders, mothers and father mobilized and encouraged to protect girl child

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Organization Information

SEVAC Foundation Uganda

Location: lira - Uganda
Website: http:/​/​www.sevacfu.org
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @sevacfoundation
Project Leader:
PREM GROVER
India, Uganda

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