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CARE. ACT. SHARE. LIKE CORDAID.
SRH
IN FRAGILE
STATES
FAITH PRE-CONFERENCE ICFP 2016
CARE. ACT. SHARE. LIKE CORDAID.
1. CORDAID EXPERIENCE
2. LESSONS LEARNT
3. RECOMMANDATIONS
TABLE OF
CONTENTS
CARE. ACT. SHARE. LIKE CORDAID.
1. CORDAID
EXPERIENCE
CORDAID
ACTIVITIES AROUND THE WORLD – OUR OPEN DATA SYSTEM
Cordaid activities
43 countries
Cordaid healthcare activities
2...
CORDAID
OUR USP, MISSION AND VISION
Cordaid aims to be the NGO working
internationally and consistently with constituents
...
CARE. ACT. SHARE. LIKE CORDAID.
2. LESSONS
LEARNT
NEXT GENERATIONS 2013/2015
THREE SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
 Young people (male/female) are better informed and
are thus able to...
AREAS OF INTERVENTION
3 COUNTRIES
Burundi
Click on the map to access the interactive map
The programme focus on the follow...
3 OUTCOMES
OUR COMMITMENTS
Outcome 1 : Young
people are better
informed and thus
better equipped to
make the right choices...
EXAMPLE IN DRC
SRH IN VIDEO
Video available on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvNezSAjS1o
DIFFERENT ASPECTS TO TACKLE
CORDAID INTEGRATED APPROACH
 Youth friendly health services: youth corners, health profession...
CARE. ACT. SHARE. LIKE CORDAID.
3.
RECOMMANDATIONS
ADAPT TO LEVELS OF FRAGILITY
SRH INTEGRATED IN THE EXISTING STRUCTURES
Burundi Case
WORKING WITH THE RELIGIOUS LEADERS – TRAINING MANUAL
IMPLICATE RELIGIOUS LEADERS
May 2015, Kigali working session with
rep...
ADDRESS GENDER BASED VIOLENCE
GENDER INEQUALITY AND GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE
Reported experience of physical and sexual viole...
2 MAINS PATHS
INCREASE YOUTH VOICE
 YOUTH VOICE AND CONFIDENCE
Equipping young people with skills
including advocacy and ...
NEXT CHALLENGES
FROM NEXT GENERATION TO JEUNE S3
CARE. ACT. SHARE. LIKE CORDAID.
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ICFP 2016 Geertje van Mensvoort Cordaid

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Geertje van Mensvoort of Cordaid describes the organization's work in fragile states to provide sexual and reproductive health care. Cordaid works with religious leaders to educate them about the RH needs of communities and to address gender-based violence.

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ICFP 2016 Geertje van Mensvoort Cordaid

  1. 1. CARE. ACT. SHARE. LIKE CORDAID. SRH IN FRAGILE STATES FAITH PRE-CONFERENCE ICFP 2016
  2. 2. CARE. ACT. SHARE. LIKE CORDAID. 1. CORDAID EXPERIENCE 2. LESSONS LEARNT 3. RECOMMANDATIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS
  3. 3. CARE. ACT. SHARE. LIKE CORDAID. 1. CORDAID EXPERIENCE
  4. 4. CORDAID ACTIVITIES AROUND THE WORLD – OUR OPEN DATA SYSTEM Cordaid activities 43 countries Cordaid healthcare activities 20 countries
  5. 5. CORDAID OUR USP, MISSION AND VISION Cordaid aims to be the NGO working internationally and consistently with constituents on locally-based development and cooperation to build flourishing communities in fragile contexts and (post-) conflict areas. In flourishing communities people share values, interests and a common purpose. Flourishing communities create space where people can live with dignity, safely, have the freedom to speak out and have access to quality and affordable basic services, such as healthcare. USP  Catholic social thoughts  Focus on fragility  Community-based implementing power  Innovative and creative financial approaches (PBF)  Transparency
  6. 6. CARE. ACT. SHARE. LIKE CORDAID. 2. LESSONS LEARNT
  7. 7. NEXT GENERATIONS 2013/2015 THREE SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES  Young people (male/female) are better informed and are thus able to make healthier choices regarding their sexuality  A growing number of people have access to contraceptives and other commodities required for good sexual and reproductive health  Public and private clinics provide better sexual and reproductive healthcare services, which more and more people are using.
  8. 8. AREAS OF INTERVENTION 3 COUNTRIES Burundi Click on the map to access the interactive map The programme focus on the following areas / provinces: Burundi : les provinces du Cankuzo, Karuzi, Ruyigi, Rutana, Makamba and Bururi. RD Congo : health zones of Katana, Idwji, Miti-Murhesa and Walungu. Rwanda : districts of Nyaruguru, Rusizi, Gicumbi and Kirehe. Rwanda DRC South-Kivu
  9. 9. 3 OUTCOMES OUR COMMITMENTS Outcome 1 : Young people are better informed and thus better equipped to make the right choices about their sexuality Quality sexual education for young people (PBF contracts with schools an peer education) Youth friendly services (Youth friendly centres, Health staff trained in youth friendly services) Outcome 2 : A growing number of people have access to contraceptive and other commodities required for good sexual and reproductive health Improved supply of commodities especially in underserved areas (Improved supply of commodities especially in underserved areas, Reduced socio cultural barriers preventing women from using FP) Better supply chain management, Better outreach through side kiosks and pharmacy in the box, increased involvement of men, increased knowledge to address myths and believes Outcome 3 : Public and private clinics provide better sexual and reproductive health care services which more and more people are using More (faith based) organisations are able to provide good FP services, More integration of SRHR in other health services and increased affordability Establishing of referral/ alternative services, Training on informed decision making, PBF agreements on integration of services, subsidy for more commodities
  10. 10. EXAMPLE IN DRC SRH IN VIDEO Video available on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvNezSAjS1o
  11. 11. DIFFERENT ASPECTS TO TACKLE CORDAID INTEGRATED APPROACH  Youth friendly health services: youth corners, health professionals trained in youth friendly health services  Comprehensive sexuality education: in-out of school, peer educators, youth organizations, teachers  Access and availability of FP: better supply chain management, social franchises healthy entrepreneurs  Collaboration with religious leaders  Sexual Gender Based Violence / Gender  Increased male involvement  RBF & SRH  Focus 10-14 years / menstruation management/ hygienic pad
  12. 12. CARE. ACT. SHARE. LIKE CORDAID. 3. RECOMMANDATIONS
  13. 13. ADAPT TO LEVELS OF FRAGILITY SRH INTEGRATED IN THE EXISTING STRUCTURES Burundi Case
  14. 14. WORKING WITH THE RELIGIOUS LEADERS – TRAINING MANUAL IMPLICATE RELIGIOUS LEADERS May 2015, Kigali working session with representatives of all religious denominations for the improvement of the training manual SRH for young people does is a much discussed topic Share Religious Leaders about the SRH of young people
  15. 15. ADDRESS GENDER BASED VIOLENCE GENDER INEQUALITY AND GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE Reported experience of physical and sexual violence by young people (ever and in the last 12 months) is of serious concern – especially in the case of young women but also among young men. A quarter of the female respondents reported being a victim of sexual violence, and the majority of the perpetrators were a person known to the victim (friend/colleague/ neighbor or current partner).  Addressing gender based violence is urgently needed through adequate service delivery and community-based interventions to decrease tolerance and gender inequality in the society.
  16. 16. 2 MAINS PATHS INCREASE YOUTH VOICE  YOUTH VOICE AND CONFIDENCE Equipping young people with skills including advocacy and lobbying skills  ENABLING ENVIRONMENT AND RESPECT FOR RIGHTS Focusing for an enabling environment and respect for rights will focus on social, cultural, legal, policy and gender barriers around YP’s SRH
  17. 17. NEXT CHALLENGES FROM NEXT GENERATION TO JEUNE S3
  18. 18. CARE. ACT. SHARE. LIKE CORDAID.

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