SUMMARY OF LUKMEF PROJECTS

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SUMMARY OF LUKMEF PROJECTS

Below is a summary of some recent projects piloted by LUKMEF Cameroon.

  1. Displacement Tracking Matrix

Funded by: International Organization for Migration (IOM)

Project Coordinated: Akande masul (Compliance /M&E officer)

Project Area (12 Divisions in the NW and SW Region)

The project ran for one month from December 1st 2018 to December 30th 2018 and engaged 84 enumerators in collecting data on displacement tracking matrix.

  1. Improving the protection of women and girls affected by the conflict in Fako Division, South West Region of Cameroon.

Funded by; UN Women

Duration: 3 months (October 2018 –Dec 2019)

Project area : Fako

Project Coordinator: Nankeng Ndungla Marita (Gender Desk)

The project had a blend of capacity building, sensitizations, rapid income generating activities and provision of farm inputs to internally displaced persons and Host Communities.                                                         

  1. Provision of Psychosocial First Aid to IDPs in the NW and SW notably women and girls

Funded by; UNFPA

Project duration: 3 months (October 2018 to Dec)

Project Coordinator: Blessing Amabo

In addition to trainings, sensitizations and provision of PFA, beneficiaries were provided with dignity kits.

  1. SRH/GBV rapid needs assessment Project

Funded by:  CARE Int Cameroon

Project Area: Limbe 1 and Buea

Coordinator: Akande Masul

Duration: April 2019

This project   was implemented for two days in Buea and Limbe. 8 data collectors and 2 supervisors were involved in collecting data. The approach involved a blend of focus group discussions and Key informant interviews. Specific questionnaires were also designed targeting 4 hospitals (2 Government and 2 private) . Reporting is still being finalized.

  1. Supporting IDPS and Host Communities, GBV/HIV AIDS Survivors

Funded by: CARE Int Cameroon

Project Area: Buea

Coordinator: Egbe Franka Arrey

March –April 2019

This project trained and engaged community mobilizers to sensitize households on GBV, SRH and HIV AIDS.  603 households have been reached (566 men and boys /893 women and girls) .140 dignity kits were also distributed/are being distributed under the project. Reporting is going on now.

  1. The Hope Center (Supporting the Safe Space)

Sponsor : UNFPA

Duration: 4 months

Project Coordinator : Franka Egbe

April to July 2019

UNFPA is currently supporting the running of the safe Space. 34 Community mobilizers were recently trained from 5 Divisions in the SWR excluding Lebialem. They are supposed to identify cases, offer PFA, and inform the office of cases involving survivors. Both outreach activities targeting survivors and internal services at the safe space will be provided under this project. Sensitization activities will run across the project duration.

  1. Rapid Needs Assessment in Health, WASH, NFIs, Food etc

Sponsor: Relief International

Duration; 1 month (March 2019)

Project Coordinator: Akande Masul

Project areas: Fako and Manyu

The project engaged 30 enumerators in collecting data on the needs of IDPs in Fako and Manyu in the context of WASH, HEALTh, NFI’s  ,etc.

  1. GBV Case management Project. Only applicable where DRC refers a case to LUKMEF

Funded By: Danish Refugee Council

Duration: 6 months

Coordinator: Blessing Sirri Amabo

Jan-June 2019

Centers on case management for cases referred to LUKMEF by DRC.

  1. Community Agenda to End Violence Against Women and Girls

Funded by: UNTF

Duration: 3 years (Mar 2017-2020)

Coordinator Blessing Sirri Amabo

Project Areas: 6 Regions of Cameroon (SW, NW, Center, Littoral, West, East Region)

Ongoing project to end violence against women and girls in Cameroon.

  1. Provision of food to IDPs and Host Communities

Funded by; World Food Program

Duration: 3 months (April-June 2019)

Coordinator: Ngwe Egnalyn

Project Area: Bamenda 2 and Santa (NW Region of Cameroon).

The project is centered on food distribution targeting 45,000 IDPs and Host communities. Each month, 45,000 persons will receive a variety of food items.

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