Project with IPAS (Project with IPAS )

NMWEO as implementer empower women and girls in conflict affected areas of the region to take control of their reproductive health choices and strengthen SRHR linkage. This project implements with the support of IPAS and funded by Packard foundation. The trainings provide HEWs and Volunteers on identification and screening of GBV victims, assessing the need for SRHR services, safe abortions, contraception, and linkage to health facilities and psychosocial service providers. Furthermore, the awareness raising designed for 6000 community were undertaken and help to reduce impacts on stigma and social exclusion because of the impacts upon, for instance the rape in front of their family and siblings in the conflict.

The Health Extension Workers (HEWs) trained for community volunteer activities at Muja health Service center.