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The CDF’s projects

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Project title

Target area / State

Beneficiaries

Donor

Activities

1

Building Resilience in Communities

Kassla

2956

EU

-Village saving and loans

- Vocational training

- Cash grant

- Reproductive health

2

Livelihood + village saving and loans

South Darfur

20.000

CIS

- The provision of public services to the community (building classes and offices, health units, kitchens and water pumps)

- Configure (180), total community to serve the community

3

Youth lead

Kassla

13.500

UNICEF

- The training of 50 young people to participate in social mobilization

- Train number (50) of community youth leaders

- Raising awareness within the camp

- (5) days open to encourage young people to participate.

4

Youth lead

West Darfur

1500

UNICEF

-Train number (60) people on the computer

-Train number (20) people on the data entry and follow-up (40%) girls and (60%) boys.

- The establishment of follow-up system in youth centers

5

Livelihood + village saving and loans

West Darfur

150

UNICEF

  • Income generating activities

6

Raise awareness (HIV/AIDs)

West Darfur

22.000

UNICEF

- Raise awareness (HIV/AIDs) Voluntary testing

- Providing treatment for AIDS

-Counseling and testing for all sectors of society

7

Raise awareness of the high school students

West Darfur

3 Schools

UNAMID

- Raise awareness (HIV/AIDs) Voluntary testing

- Providing treatment for AIDS

- Counseling and testing for all sectors of society

8

Transitional solutions

Kassla

6200

UNDP/UNHCR

-Training (200) individual vocational training

- configure the number of (300) Savings and loans Association

9

Emergency flood and rain + environmental sanitation + distribution tools

Khartoum

4123 Family

CIS+ Save the Children

Survey of families who  affected by floods and equipping non-food and tarpaulins and environmental sanitation through the provision of toilets emergency  and awareness

10

Family tracing and Reunification “FTR”

Khartoum

  • Child

Save the children

  • Conduct  FTR trainings to CBCPN members
  • Conduct identification, documentation, and reunification 100 USASM

Provide community based alternative care 120 UAS

11

Nutrition

South Darfur

12000

UNICEF

-Environmental sanitation program

- visit homes and camps

- psychological counseling

12

Child protection

South Darfur

12.000 vulnerable children and their HHs

UNICEF

  • Mainly targeting IDPs camps
  • Psychosocial support for the conflict fled children
  • Substitutioneducation for those who lost their access to school
  • Formation of community based child protection networks
  • Construction, rehabilitation and provision of recreation tools equipment for the child friendly space
  • Environment campaigns in the IDPs camps

13

Child protection enhancement

Kassala

252 children and their HHs

CIDA / Plan Sudan

  • 20 trainees from the Family and Child Protection Unit, Ministry of Interior have been equipped with the child protection knowledge, tools, mechanism and process
  • 20 participants from the community based network have been trained in the child protection / rights
  • Community based awareness campaigns thru live theatre in the markets, schools and masques and broadcast messages
  • Distribution of the CDF child rights book
  • Formation and capacity building additional protection network
  • Psychosocial support for the children under threat of various types of vulnerability i.e. school drop-out, child labor, homeless, orphan, vulnerable HHs

14

Child labor prevention thru education

Khartoum

210 children and their HHs

International Labor Organization

  • Targeting South Khartoum as focus area
  • Community based campaigns against child labor / school drop-out
  • Child rights awareness campaigns
  • Provision of 30 IGAs for 30 most vulnerable HHs with children in schools
  • Training for 30 teachers on child protection and child labor / school drop-out prevention
  • Provision of potable water facilities and recreation tools and equipment for 5 schools with aim to improve the schoolenvironment and make it attractive for the children
  • 120 children ‘within the school age’ have been brought back into the primary school seats from labor market
  • 30 children ‘exceeded the school age’ have been granted a vocational training opportunities to efficiently facilitate their integration into the productive life

15

Khartoum Street Children’s Project

Khartoum

61 vulnerable children HHs2

World Vision

  • Upon field survey for the needy HHs of vulnerable children in JabalAwlia locality:
  • A data base for the area vulnerable HHs and homeless children has been built-up
  • The data base is also includes the school children who are working extra time to feed their HHs and fulfil their school tuition
  • IG means have been distributed the 61 identified HHs

16

Strengthening child protection networks

West Darfur

4.500 adolescents

2500 most vulnerable children

UNICEF

  • Formation, capacity building and networking for the community based protection committee
  • Provision of data base equipment for the line Gov. partners (Ministry of Social Welfare) to strengthening the vulnerable children monitoring process
  • Linking the Gov. line entities with the protection network overall the state

17

Protection project

West Darfur

14.000 children and their HHs

UNHCR

  • Rehabilitation of the youth and community centres
  • Provision of youth and children friendly facilities to the target centers
  • Provision of Psychosocial support thru these centers
  • Provision of livelihood small project for urban HHs and separate children
  • Provision of VT and apprenticeship for youth
  • IGAs for women-headed HHs
  • Awareness raising campaigns on child protection, HIV/AIDS

18

Intensive community based actions

West Darfur

600 from youth and children

UNAMID

  • Construction of secondary school
  • HIV/AIDS status check center
  • Construction and provision of equipment for youth and children center

19

Family tracing and Reunification “FTR”

Khartoum

Darfur states

Republic of South Sudan

Abroad Sudan

Unaccompanied, separated children in IDPs camps

Homeless children

Children who are reported to the social care centers

Multi-donors (Save Children , UNICEF)

  • This project is a CDF continuous activity
  • Registration on the CDF data base for FTR children
  • Provision of transitional safe care
  • Tracing of their families according to the information provided
  • Reunification of the children with their families
  • Secure subsequent social care with related service providers
  • Close psychosocial support in all stages of the FTR process

20

Reformatory

children

Khartoum

Young children

Zakat Chamber

  • Provision of vocation training for the children
  • Psychosocial support for the children
  • Legal support
  • Coordination with family and child police regarding their legal status
  • FRT within this caseload
  • Facilitate family communication for the children
  • Provision of basic health care

21

Reintegration of child soldiers

Khartoum

Gadarif

W.Darfur

W.Darfur

 

95in Khartoum

33 in Gadarif

400 in S.Darfur

350 in W.Darfur

UNICEF

  • As part of the Sudan DDR program CDF has provided the followed deliverables toward reintegrating the demobilized children into their communities
  • Provision of vocational training and an apprenticeship opportunities for those who exceeded the school age
  • Provision of IGAs for their HHs
  • Secure school seats for those who within the school age
  • Design and provision of substitution education to bridge the differences for those who expected to joint back the school seats
  • Linking those who lost their families with the FTR process to facilitate sending them back to their families

 

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