CERF-funded Project

Madagascar

Réponses d’urgence pour la réduction de la violence basée sur le genre et la mortalité maternelle et néonatale liées à l’insécurité alimentaire dans huit districts sanitaires du Grand Sud de Madagascar (20-RR-FPA-028)

Project overview

The main objective of this UNFPA project is to reduce gender-based violence and maternal and neonatal mortality linked to the increasing food insecurity entailed by the drought in 8 districts of Grand Sud region of Madagascar. With this CERF grant, UNFPA will mainly provide 53 Reproductive Health kits, 5,100 hygiene kits along with psychosocial and medical care, and judiciary support to GBV survivors, and reproductive care for women and girls. The project covers Protection-GBV and health sectors and will last six months. It will benefit 5,100 people (including 1,530 girls, 3,570 women and 150 persons living with disabilities) for health and 800 women and girls for protection-GBV.

Sector Amount in US$
Health US$200,000
Protection US$200,001