This project will help women/girls and children who are victims and survivors of Boko-Haram menace (those in IDP camp) or other violence against women in the country to improved access to essential, safe and adequate multi-sectoral services to end violence against women and children. The project will also provide adequate improvement on maternal healthcare to women and children in IDP camp around the country. (reducing maternal mortality by 40%)
there are more than 2,000,000 women and children Boko-Haram Internally Displaced Persons living in various IDP camps all over the country. this women and children are always a prey to perpetrators of violence against women and children, they are expose to different diseases, infections and hunger. tradition and believe practice in the country, where male child are valued more than the female child. the male child are send to school while girls are not, this lead to girls early marriage.
EVEWC Foundation believe that efforts should simultaneously address the needs of those who have been victimized; treat, manage and successfully reintegrate individuals who are living in various IDP's back to their communities. building the capacity of individuals, groups and families, organizations, and communities to prevent all kinds of violence against women/children. (our Girl Child Education Initiative is good) This project will help to provide maternal healthcare equipment and obstetric
Making lasting impacts on lives of women and children is our DNA. to ensure a lasting impact on live of women and girls at the end of the project, we consider the following steps during project design. 1 by empowering close to two million women/girls in 2 years through our different empowerment programs, will have a good lasting impact on the women/girl 2 making sure that girl child are in school reduce the chance of getting them married off early 3 women empowerment reduce child traffick