The project is aimed at responding to the Conflict and drought emergency through providing Gender based violence comprehensive services to 300 survivors in Somalia particularly Mogadishu. The services include Medical, Psycho-social and legal support. The GBV survivors conditions will be improved through group therapy and hand craft skills training to ensure early recovery and formation of community support groups for smooth community reintegration SWCCA has good relation with all stakeholders.
According GBV Information Management System (GBVIMS) 5,956 cases of all GBV types were recorded, 1480 Of those were incident of sexual violence, 13.18% were Sexual Assault, 58.77 % intimate partner violence and physical assault, 11.79%rape, 5.592% psychological and emotional abuse, 6.45% denial of resources and opportunities, and 4.24% forced marriage. Most of GBV incidents were unreported; those survivors could not get the access of Multisectoral services due to shortage of the access & staff
We provide CMR service, the nurse in caring for both adult and child survivors. The treatment will be offered by the nurse. SWCCA will provide counseling to GBV survivors, the counselors are trained on survivor centered approaches which will guide service provision to allow survivors to access the information they need to make decisions and will be based on consent at each stage in the process. We provide legal aid assistance and we will conduct awareness rising and training prevention of GB
Timely, quality care and support to 300 Gender Based Violence survivors Mogadishu through medical assistance, psycho-social support l and legal assistance; with improved conditions for early recovery. The different project activities, including community dialogues, awareness and service available to GBV Survivors have resulted in a decrease in stigma associated with Survivors in the targeted communities we will provide pep kit to 100 rape survivors this will cause reducing public health probl