Hai Dar es Salam Residential Area, Hai Tarawa Road. Juba South Sudan


Gender based Violence (GBV)

• Provision of clinical management, counseling, hygiene kits to any GBV Survivors of crisis
• To continue scaling up direct service delivery in the most hard to reach locations through RRMs
• Conduct community outreach and engagement activities to disseminate key information on GBV and address negative social norms or drivers of GBV in the community
• Provide relocation support to survivors of GBV who have immediate protection risks in their areas of residence.
• Raise and awareness on against GBV and advocate for child rights and protection.
• Providing psychosocial support to GBV survivors and children.
• Establish women and girls friendly spaces both static and mobile.
• Establish recreational and social learning activities (sewing, hairdressing).
• Conduct Training and mentorship of frontline service providers on GBV
• Ensure dispute resolution between couples
• Provide legal counselling to GBV survivor
• Conduct training on peace building and peaceful co-existence among couples in the families
• Engage men in GBV activities.
• Raise awareness to the conflict affected people on GBV messages.
• Awareness raising & prevention messaging to conflict affected Communities
• Training sessions on gender and GBV related topics targeting religious leaders, traditional leaders, women’s leaders, local authorities and parties to the conflict
• Conduct Training to Local Authorities, Chief, Village judges, to understand and ensures women rights are considered in claim of land, houses and properties (HLP)
• Conduct community mobilization.
• Identify and train community outreach teams of staff /volunteers
• Provide training to case managers at local NGO’s/CBO’s non GBV staff to enable them to provide quality case management and psychosocial services to GBV survivors
• Conduct legal counselling
• Conduct focus group discussions, safety audits and community mappings with women and adolescent girls to identify GBV risks.
• Provide women and girls’ risk mitigation support materials over the course of the project (including dignity kits, Fire woods, Water etc.);
• Establish and strengthen community based monitoring and protection strategy to identify, prevent, mitigate and responds to protection concerns of the vulnerable women, girls, boys and the
• elderly people o Create awareness to the conflict affected communities on GBV.
• Establish Community protection structure

Child Protection (GBV)

• Formation and training of child protection committees, community dialogue meetings, and support to community led initiatives on child protection, translation of key legal and policy documents into local languages, data collection on violation of children’s rights
• Conduct effective community-based psychosocial support for distressed children; adolescents and families, prevention messaging and dedicated support for children released from armed forces and groups. This innovative approach will increase engagement of social and institutional groups who play a crucial function in children’s psychosocial wellbeing. This includes caregivers, teachers, leaders, social workers and community volunteers who are empowered and guided to recognize sign of psychosocial distress and to provide emotional support to distressed children.
• Connect and Refer Children to their parents.
• Conduct family tracing and reunification of separated, unaccompanied or missing children to their families.
• Provision of protection NFIs for extremely vulnerable children
• Awareness raising & prevention messaging to the Conflict affected communities.
• Establish a feedback mechanism for provision of services by ARDF, including distribution of risk mitigation materials and PSS services