Ensuring access to life-saving, survivor-centred GBV services for most vulnerable women and girls in remote and hard to reach drought affected areas. (20-RR-FPA-006)
|Recipient UN Agency||UNFPA|
|Beneficiary type||Other affected persons|
The main objective of this UNFPA project is to ensure GBV survivors’ access to life-saving services in hard to reach areas of 9 drought affected districts in Zimbabwe. With this CERF grant, UNFPA mainly provides 4,000 dignity kits and 27 post-rape kits. The project will benefit 89,390 persons (including 21,010 girls, 41,563 women and 300 persons with disabilities).