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ECHO – APEAL PROJECT

ECHO – APEAL PROJECT

About: 

Based on the success of the Imvepi Pilot with South Sudanese refugee populations, CARE International with funding from ECHO is implementing a consortium project which involves; CARE International, Save the Children International (SCI), International Rescue Committee (IRC), WoMena Uganda, Kabarole Research and Resource Center (KRC) and Uganda Law Society (ULS).

ECHO – APEAL Consortium project is being implemented in Kyangwali and Kyaka II Refugee Settlements in the districts of Kikuube and Kyegegwa districts respectively.

WoMena’s role in the consortium is to provide MHM Education, sexual Reproductive Health Rights and distribution of Menstrual products to 950 beneficiaries.

Objectives:

  • Educate CARE International staff on MHM, including training on menstrual cups and how to safely and effectively use and care for them.
  • Build the capacity of CARE International Staff on how to educate on MHM and menstrual use.
  • Provision a sustainable MHM method (MC) for CARE staff, peer educators and beneficiaries.
  • Engage the communities including males in discussions on menstruation; address related stigma and taboos; tap into existing support structures and create open spaces for talking positively about menstruation and Reproductive health issues.
  • Monitor and document processes through MHM pilot in order to build on lessons learnt from scale ups of MHM component into the wider network of CARE International.
  • Develop an intervention design that can be used to inform future scale up.

Funding:

European Union Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid (ECHO)

Partners:

CARE International, Save the Children International (SCI), International Rescue Committee (IRC), Kabarole Research and Resource Center (KRC) and Uganda Law Society (ULS)

Timeframe:

1st April –  30th November 2019