Menstrual health Management
The Community Development Centre is currently implementing a Menstrual health Management project. Successfully reaching 1900 vulnerable refugee women and girls. Providing reusable sanitary kits and basic hygiene education. This project aims to give dignity through hygiene for resilience. Stakeholders for the Menstrual Health Management projects include the UNHCR, Office of the Prime Minister, and the Refugee Welfare Council.
This program is supported by THE UNMENTIONABLES. An organisation that provides forcibly displaced people and their communities with safe and consistent access to sexual and reproductive health education, services, protection, and empowerment programs around the world. In addition to providing people with the knowledge, skills, and tools to make well-informed decisions for their futures.
Radio Talk Shows
The Community Development Centre continues to facilitate radio talk shows who are interested in broadcasting on refugee rights to movement, employment, and education. These programs are implemented in collaboration with the Centre For Democracy and Development (CEDED), Sudan, and this collaboration has received funding from the National Endowment for Democracy – NED.
Match 4 Peace
The Community Development Centre is currently mobilizing actions to counter hate speech and encourage peace. Essentially, this is a local peacebuilding information project that has been designed to mitigate social media hate speech and online incitement to violence in South Sudan and among South Sudanese communities in the diaspora. The stakeholders for Match4Peace include the Ministry of Information & Postal Service, South Sudan, Office of the Prime Minister, Uganda, and South Sudanese communities.
For more information on CDC:
– CDC Team