The main objective of this project is to provide life-saving sexual and reproductive health assistance and protection assistance focused on sexual- and gender-based violence to displaced people, returnees and host community members in Ituri and Nord-Kivu. This UNFPA project provides maternal and neonatal health care services, raises awareness about family planning and the transmission of sexually-transmitted diseases (including Ebola), supports survivors of sexual and gender-based violence through cash transfers, distributes dignity kits, raises awareness about preventing sexual exploitation and abuse. The health component of the project provides life-saving assistance to 26,450 people, including 5,580 women, 7,856 boys and 7,610 girls. The SGBV-protection component of the project provides life-saving assistance to 25,742 people, including 10,691 women, 7,646 boys and 7,405 girls. The project will be implemented within 18 months.
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