CERF-funded Project

Mozambique

Provide sexual and reproductive health and GBV services to Women and Young People Affected by floods and insecurity in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique (20-RR-FPA-023)

Project overview

The main objective of this UNFPA project was to respond to life-saving sexual and reproductive health and gender-based violence (GBV) needs of and girls affected by floods, insecurity, and COVID-19 in Cabo Delgado Province. With this CERF grant, UNFPA provided reproductive health kits to supply 10 health facilities; a total of 3,000 Female Dignity Kits adapted to Covid-19 infection prevention were delivered to the most vulnerable women and girls of reproductive age. In addition, materials and equipment’s for women safe spaces and social workers were deployed to provide GBV response services. The project. The project provided life-saving assistance to 120,000 persons (including 24,000 girls, 96,000 women, and 9,600 people living with disabilities) for the health sector and 45,000 persons for protection (including 15,750 girls, 15,750 women, and 3,600 people with disabilities).

Sector Amount in US$
Health US$87,736
Protection US$249,712