The community of 75,000 of whom 13,500 are children under 18 suffer from lack of support in all aspects of life
Due to the pandemic, specialists were trained on the online platform and the children and adult beneficiaries were given access to the platform to have interactive sessions on Recreational, PSS, Sports, Art and Culture activities, and awareness sessions on GBV, CP and Mine Risks. Children activities included a puppet theatre based on Friends Adventures Series, a drawing session titled ‘Uncle Artist’, and a clay pottery show by an expert pottery teacher.
The project has just concluded having overcome a lot of challenges due to the Covid-19 outbreak, not least the technological and technical issues on the ground. The project team had to deploy the online platform and adapt the planned activities to be carried out online. Olive Branch and the partner are now conducting the post-project review and assessing the outcomes of the intervention.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]