The National Coordinating Coalition
- 48 gender-based violence (GBV) survivors identified and referred to services.
- 18,528 people sensitized on GBV services through social media.
- National GBV referral pathway developed
The National Coordinating Coalition (NCC) leveraged its robust experience working with vulnerable groups and displaced communities to develop and launch sustainable services to mitigate GBV. The program closed the documented gap in GBV service provision while simultaneously equipping migrants to escape the threat of violence through improved access to formal economic activities. Working across its network of 40 partner organizations, NCC helped reduce or address GBV through wraparound service activities that included legal assistance, social and psychosocial service support, and English classes, among others. NCC plans to scale its solution by conducting formal training to police officers to strengthen the system of documenting GBV case reporting.
Location and Focus Area
|Xenophobia, GBV, and Violence Prevention|