The main objective of this project is to provide life-saving multi-cluster refugee assistance and SGBV assistance to IDPs, refugees, and returnees. This UNFPA project supports SGBV survivors, improves access to basic social services in 202 sites, distributes dignity kits, and raises awareness in communities about preventing SGBV. The multi-cluster refugee assistance component of the project provides life-saving assistance to 97,200 people including 32,400 women, 25,920 men, and 38,880 children. The SGBV component of the project provides life-saving assistance to 5,603 people, including 1,868 women, 1,494 men, and 2,241 children.
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|Multi-purpose cash (not sector-specific)