The main objective of this UNFPA project is to contribute to reducing the morbidity and mortality among vulnerable women and girls, with or without disabilities, through a sexual and reproductive health and protection services integrated package supplied in the urban and peri-urban areas affected by the socio-economic crisis.
With this CERF grant, UNFPA will mainly provide 2,000 dignity kits, 1,000 mama kits, 44 various sexual/reproductive health kits, 1,000 solar lamps and 3,000 youth hygiene kits along with sexual and reproductive health care through hospital, health centers and mobile clinics, and capacity building for health personal.
The project covers protection GBV, Health and Education sectors and will last 12 months. It will benefit 2,000 persons in GBV protection (1,276 women, 271 girls and 25 people with disabilities), 1,500 girls in Education sector and 75,629 people in Health (including 45,313 women, 10,466 girls and 1,165 people with disabilities).
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