CERF-funded Project

South Sudan

Restoring the dignity and addressing protection risks of women and girls affected by deteriorating food (20-RR-FPA-016)

Project overview

The main objective of this project is to serve 41,200 vulnerable women, girls, boys and men (out of whom 3,650 are people with disabilities) in Ayod, Duk, Ulang, Pibor, Maban and Kapoeta East with dignity kits programming integrated with awareness creation, women and girls-friendly spaces, awareness raising and community mobilization on prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) and other aspects of gender-based violence (GBV), and strengthened referrals for GBV survivors. The target populations of the project are affected host communities and displaced people. The specific outputs to be achieved through the implementation of the project include improved safety and dignity of women and girls, increased availability and access to multi-sectoral GBV services to survivors, reduced GBV risks among food-insecure communities, improved knowledge on available GBV services and on PSEA among affected people and humanitarian actors, and improved linkage of survivors with available GBV services.