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... make their children do menial jobs like cleaning shoes and washing cars for pay.   All parents present were in agreement that they should provide all their children, regardless of gender, with an equal ...
... and prevention of gender-based violence by supporting the provision of a holistic package of services such as; medical, psychosocial and legal assistance as well as economic empowerment and development ...
Conflict affected populations have higher incidents of violence directed against an individual because of their gender. Family separation, due to armed conflict and famine has lead to the breakdown of ...
Significant steps have been taken to meet the 2nd Millennium Development Goal, Achieve Universal Primary Education. Globally more children are in primary school than ever before and gender gaps are slowly ...
Our focus In Somalia only one out of every five youth and adults are literate, young men are at high risk of being involved in the armed conflict, and women are highly exposed to gender based ...
Our focus 80% of the Somali children do not attend primary school for reasons of poverty, lack of facilities, family displacement, gender discrimination and their belonging to vulnerable and ...
... women will continue to be highly vulnerable to gender based violence. The Vocational Education and Training for Accelerated Promotion of Employment (VETAPE) programme, funded by the European Union, ...
... of gender-­‐segregated latrines, provision of hand-­‐wash facilities, advocacy on the importance of safe water supply, sensitization on gender issues, and promotion of child protection has provided life-­‐saving ...
... in Galmudug State - 7th May 2017 CLOSED Health/Nutrition Field Programme Manager - 10th May 2017 CLOSED M&E COORDINATOR - 23rd April 2017 CLOSED EDUCATION OFFICER – GENDER FOCAL - 23rd April ...
... furniture, learning materials and first aid supplies to primary, secondary schools and vocational centres Support schools to provide a more gender sensitive environment for learning Develop and promote ...
Rights Every human has the right to a life free of sexual assault, abuse and exploitation, the right to good health, security and well-being. The establishment of community based services for ...
CISP recognizes that conflicts and natural disasters affect women, girls, boys and men differently. In view of that, CISP’s approach reflects gender differences during assessments, as well as in the design, ...
... Another example is that of women and girls who have to walk long distances everyday to find water, and thus are deprived of education opportunities and are exposed to gender based violence along the way. ...
... the following sectors of intervention: Education   Health and Nutrition   Livelihood   Water and Sanitation Protection   Gender   HIV/AIDS   ...
... the rest of the family flees. Deprived of their traditional protection mechanisms, both IDPs and unaccompanied people are exposed to serious violations, such as gender based violence, physical violence, ...
... to discontinuity in school attendance. Gender disparities in enrolment, inadequate skills training opportunities and large scale unemployment among the Somali youth remain also a major challenge.   CISP's ...
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