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Community Supportive Collectives Help Claim Accountability to SGBV Survivors

Supported by The Asia Foundation

The ‘Community Supportive Collectives Help Claim Accountability to SGBV Survivors’ project was funded by the Asia Foundation and spearheaded by SLCDF to provided timely, effective and efficient services to SGBV survivors by accountable institutions in 5 districts. The project provided awareness and capacity building to local communities and organizations over a span of 15 months.

Project Objectives

Implementation Summary

Galle, Kandy, Monaragala, Badulla, Ampara

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    Strengthen the Community Supportive Collective system at divisional and district level through District Consortia (DC) interventions and capacity building in 5 districts

    Work with public sector institutions to expand their outreach to the survivors and DCs will act as interactive and supportive intermediary mechanism

    Work with media groups to disseminate positive messages on engagement of men to promote zero violence in communities

Secondary

Timely, effective and efficient services available to Sexual & Gender Based Violence (SGBV) survivors by accountable institutions through coordination with District Consortia as civil society intermediaries (Community Supportive Collectives) in 5 targeted districts by end of 2022

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