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2016 BU020 Ntuntoteze Engaging Communities in eradicating Violence against Children in Burundi.

IATI Identifier: NL-KVK-41215393-BU020

Published on IATI
  • date_range Nov 01, 2013 - Dec 31, 2015
  • autorenew Implementation (Status)

More than 230,000 refugees fled Burundi during 2015 as a result of the violent unrest surrounding President Nkurunzizas decision to stand for re‐election. The extreme violence has resulted in significant child rights violations and an escalating humanitarian crisis. This two‐year project, an alliance by War Child, IRC, Aprodem, FVS‐Amade and Mukenyezi Menya, protects children in the provinces most affected by conflict. Through a childrens club, young people are encouraged to speak out about their rights in their communities. They are trained in life skills, so they can rebuild their confidence, stand up for themselves and create positive relationships. They also receive education and training so they have a better chance at a job later in life.

  • Teacher training

  • Basic life skills for youth and adults

  • Human rights

Participating Organisations

European Commission ‐ Development and Cooperation ‐ EuropeAid (co-funding) Funding
War Child Holland (co-funding) Funding
War Child Holland (leading) Accountable
Aprodem Girizina (co-implementing) Implementing
International Rescue Committee ‐ UK (co-implementing) Implementing
War Child Holland (co-implementing) Implementing
War Child Holland Parent Project PP002 (co funding) Funding


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