CERF-funded Project

Mozambique

Ensuring comprehensive and integrated life-saving SRH and GBV services to vulnerable women and girls in Cabo Delgado. (20-UF-FPA-030)

Project overview

The main objective of this UNFPA project is to provide gender-based violence (GBV) and sexual reproductive health (SRH) response for displaced people and host communities in Cabo Delgado. With this CERF grant, UNFPA provides 2,500 dignity kits, 12 reproductive health kits, 3 tents for women and girls safe space and materials and equipment for 10 women-and-girls safe spaces. The project has a duration of 12 months. It will benefit 59,964 people in health sector, and 59,210 persons including 22,956 women, 22,844 girls and 3,876 people with disabilities in the protection/GBV sector.

Sector Amount in US$
Health US$195,018
Protection US$455,043