The high levels of unemployment, segregation and marginalization among children of Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) returnees which increases the children’s vulnerability to recruitment into violent extremist acts.
Objective I: To strengthen the capacities of children of returnees to cope with trauma and to resist Violent Extremism recruitment.
Objective II: To increase access to employment opportunities among marginalized children of ADF returnees in Kampala District.
The expected project out puts
Output I: 6 Trauma Counselling sessions conducted.
Output II: 5 children of returnees equipped with tailoring,business management, financial management skills and Peace & Conflict resolution skills.
Activities carried out by the students.
The project fully catered for 5 girls in Tailoring skills, Trauma healing, Peace & conflict resolution and financial literacy from Monday – Friday for 6 Weeks.
Tailoring was taught from Monday – Thursday between 09:00am to 04:00pm while Peace & conflict resolution, Financial literacy and Trauma healing were conducted on Fridays.