Accessible information advice and guidance – both 1:1 on our premises and on an outreach basis to 400 women and girls and through National Helplines to 2,400 women, young girls and professionals.
Counselling to address anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress caused by violence, abuse and death threats, and to increase confidence for 200 women and girls
160 targeted awareness raising workshops and 6 steering group meetings for communities to change their mindset
320 training workshops and 6 steering group meetings for professionals to increase their understanding of VHP and enable more effective support to women and girls
Mainstreaming of VHP training as part of Continuous Professional Development for professionals in key agencies
Guidelines on Community Participation aimed at ending VHP; and Service Standards to inform the design of services for women and girls affected by harmful practices
Skills development to increase women and girls’ confidence, self-esteem, employability and financial independence: 70 in leadership courses; 90 in rights and entitlements; 50 in numeracy; 70 in employability and 20 women receiving employment support and jobs.
A new ‘practitioners’ website to share data, resources, guidelines and service standards with EU partners, countries, EU and national legislators and government agencies and a conference for 200 participants.
Campaigning and lobbying politicians and legislative bodies at national and EU levels to bring about changes in policy and legislation to ensure safe safety for our beneficiaries.