The Multisectoral Project is in response to the multifaceted needs of people that have been forced to leave their homes as a result of armed conflict, situations of violence and natural disaster.
The multisectoral approach focuses on the overall well-being of displaced persons during the period of displacement with the aim of preparing and equipping them for reintegration into society with dignity. This includes meeting their mental and physical health, education and social needs. The project focused on the overall well-being of each participant, recognising the importance of each element to the process of long-term reintegration into society.
Hands-on practical training focused on giving participants the tools required to create opportunities today as well as build a future for themselves and their families.
Trainers developed a close bond with participants and will remain committed to their long-term future.
Equipment and Financial Grant
All participants received business start-up kits for their respective trade and performance based grants were given to the best performing students.
Whistle Against Sexual Violence
Whistle Against Sexual Violence provides young girls with whistles to call for help when in danger.
Creates a safe space for small group discussions on issues including menstrual hygiene, personal hygiene,gender-based violence, etc.
Safe Spaces for Children
Children need safe spaces to thrive.
The physical and mental health of displaced persons is integral to their overall well-being
“Come Talk Area”
Creates a place for people to come and share their experiences or talk about something that is on their mind. They receive counselling and psychosocial support.
Mental Health Champions
Training people in the camp to identify early symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Anxiety, and Depression.
The dignity kit project helps to support displaced girls and women by providing personal and menstrual hygiene items to meet their basic needs.
Providing educational materials to promote self-learning because education gives them a better future.
Psychosocial Support for Youth
Young people need counselling, focus group sessions, and safe spaces where they can freely share their experiences and talk about things on their mind.