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TOCH South Sudan had a 4 days training for 30 Community Discussion Leaders and Professional Service Providers in Nyang,Yirol East on Community care and Psycho-social support to strengthen GBV case management through Survivor-Centered Approach in-order to stop stigmatization of GBV survivors in communities enhanced by the wrong referral pathways and bad networks of referrals of cases
The facilitators and Community Discussion Leaders took part in role play of how wrong referrals pathways delay GBV cases stripping the survivors of the right to dignity,protection and confidentiality in quest for help causing more harm. They were equipped with skills on right identification of referral pathways based on the interest of the survivors
Community care and Psycho-social support is a project being implemented in Yirol East,Lake state by TOCH south Sudan with funding from CAFOD and Trocaireu in Partnership(CTP)
PHOTOS BELOW DISPLAYING ROLE PLAY CHARACTERS IN A CASE OF NETWORK IN WRONG REFERRALS
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when a group of concerned youths came together to discuss the rise of communal violence and subsequent insecurity issues affecting children, youth and women in 2008, TOCH was formed.
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