MIL-OSI Translation: Canada’s support to help prevent and respond to sexual and gender-based violence in humanitarian crises

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MIL OSI Translation. Canadian French to English

Source: Government of Canada – MIL OSI in French 2

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Canada’s announcement of more than $ 18 million in funding to trusted humanitarian partners will help meet the needs of women and girls affected by humanitarian crises.

United Nations Population Fund

$ 6.9 million in funding to address the sexual and reproductive health needs of vulnerable women and girls and to prevent and respond to sexual and gender-based violence in Bangladesh, the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of the Congo Congo, Nigeria, Libya and Yemen.
$ 1 million in funding to address the sexual and reproductive health needs of vulnerable women and girls in Africa and to prevent and respond to sexual and gender-based violence.

International Committee of the Red Cross

$ 3 million in funding to support activities to prevent and reduce sexual violence in armed conflict.

International Rescue Committee

$ 1 million in funding to support at-risk individuals, including survivors of gender-based violence, and to provide unconditional cash transfers and village savings and loan associations vulnerable women and girls to control resources and property in the Far North region of Cameroon.
$ 845,000 in funding to improve access to emergency health services and increase the security and protection of conflict-affected women and girls in the Beni and Lubero territories of North Kivu province, in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Plan Canada

$ 900,000 in funding to provide health education, distribute dignity kits, create safe spaces for survivors of gender-based violence and those at risk, and provide training and mentorship survivors of sexual and gender-based violence and people at risk of income-generating activities in Borno State, Nigeria.

CANADEM

$ 625,000 in funding for the deployment of humanitarian experts abroad in response to sudden crises.

Women’s Refugee Commission

Funding of $ 404,093 to advance gender equality in humanitarian response programs, bring together thought leaders and experts to capture cutting edge ideas and learnings, and document best practices successful integration of gender equality into project cycles.
Funding of $ 1,032,202 to support research to shape the next phase of the Call to Action on Protection from Gender-Based Violence in Emergencies and to develop a comprehensive strategy for its implementation nationally, as well as to support research on the impact of conflict and displacement on the practice of child marriage. A pilot project of family strengthening and prevention of violence through interventions by the siblings will also be set up.

HOPE International Development Agency

$ 370,000 to improve access for internally displaced persons in Kachin, Myanmar, gender-sensitive humanitarian assistance and sexual and reproductive health and protection services.

CARE Canada

$ 210,000 in funding to address critical food security, water, sanitation and protection needs, including creating safe spaces for women and children for people displaced by conflict in the isolated area of ​​Liben, in the Somali regional state of Ethiopia.
$ 750,000 to help provide emergency sexual and reproductive health services through mobile clinics and training of health care providers on sexual and reproductive health services in the state of Borno, Nigeria.

Save the Children Canada

$ 180,000 to address the critical needs of people displaced by conflict in the Dawa area of ​​Somalia’s regional state of Somalia and the Gedeo area of ​​the Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region from South. These include increasing the availability and use of emergency services and access to these services to address the needs of sexual and reproductive health and sexual and gender-based violence.

World Vision Canada

$ 245,000 in funding to address the urgent needs of returnees and internally displaced persons in Baidoa, Somalia, with a focus on improving access to emergency reproductive health services and nutrition, water, sanitation and hygiene, and strengthening the security and protection of IDPs and returnees, including victims of in collaboration with social workers and community members.
Funding of $ 60,000 to provide emergency water, sanitation, hygiene, food, as well as a protection case management, risk and advocacy for gender-based violence services for people affected by conflict in Upper Nile State, South Sudan.

Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development

$ 39,000 to improve nutrition, sanitation and hygiene and to provide protection services to victims of gender-based and gender-based violence who are affected by the conflict in the Mopti region of Mali.

Doctors Without Borders

$ 132,000 in funding to improve access to basic health care and mental health care in Colombia.
$ 330,000 in funding to provide emergency health services to up to 167,000 conflict-affected people in South Nile and Jonglei States, South Sudan.
Funding of $ 750,000 to support sexual and reproductive health services, including psychosocial and mental health support for survivors of sexual and gender-based violence, at Gambella Hospital in Ethiopia.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and / or sentence structure not be perfect.

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