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Contribution to UNICEF to support the reintegration of children affected by the conflict in northern Mali.

Mali

Initiative timeframe: 2014/2015

Total initiative costs

€ 600,000.0
Reparted as
  • Loans -
  • Grants € 600,000.0

Dati finanziari aggiornati al 30.11.2015

Status

90 Complete
90%

Mali


Location

Gao, Kidal, Timbuktu and Mopti have been identified as areas for the implementation of this programme based on the analysis of available information from the Child Protection and Gender Based Violence Sub-Clusters on areas that have been most affected by the crisis and where children and youth remain at high risk of violence, abuse, exploitation and neglect.

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This emergency initiative aims at supporting the reintegration of children in the communities in the North of Mali through the creation of community networks, rehabilitation of basic services (education/health/nutrition) and financial support to most vulnerable families. read more close

Main outcome

Vulnerable children affected by the crisis are provided with psycho social support and have access to educational (formal and accelerated learning), vocational training opportunities, business opportunities and referral services.

Initiative data

Initiative number 010211
Purpose Emergency food aid
Sector Emergency Response

Subjects

Agency MAE - Direzione Generale per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo
Counterpart authority Malian Local authorities
Representative pasqualino.procacci@esteri.it
Other financiers UNICEF

Beneficiaries

Direct beneficiaries are as follows: - Children released from armed forces or groups; - Children/youth at risk of being recruited by armed forces or groups/gangs, including talibés children and unaccompanied and separated children in conflict affected areas; - Victims of gender based violence, including sexual exploitation, early/forced marriage; - Children/youth distressed by violence they have experienced or witnessed; - Children in 5 selected communities (2,000 children per community). - 8,000 community children/youth benefitting from psycho-social activities and other community-based services - 2,000 children/youth will participate in formal education (reintegration in school, accelerated learning, skills’ training, apprenticeship placement and business opportunities) - Out of the 2,000 children/youth, 300 will be targeted through skills’ training while 1,700 will be supported to reintegrate formal education through normal school attendance or accelerated learning program. Indirect Beneficiaries are estimated to be 35,000 including: - Parents - Teachers - Children/youth 6 – 17 years - Other children in the community, such as separated and unaccompanied children

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Worsening of the security conditions in the intervention area because of terroristic activity

Aid workers can not reside in the intervention areas whith consequent delays in the implementation of activities under the project, particularly related to the launch of the project in the north.

Actions taken

Time extension of the initiative to enable aid workers to end the project activities.

DGCS

Status -
Type Contributions
Procedure Direct Contracting/Direct Assignment
Procurement notice Tender preparation

DGCS

Status -
Type Contributions
Procedure Direct Contracting/Direct Assignment
Procurement notice Tender preparation