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Gender-based violence (GBV) refers to harmful acts directed at an individual based on their gender. It is rooted in the abuse of power and includes acts that inflict physical and mental harm or suffering, threats of such acts, coercion or other acts of deprivation of liberty. Common forms of GBV towards the Rohingya refugee community include rape and commercial sexual exploitation.
Income generating activities and trainings not only play a role in creating jobs and easing physical suffering but also help in healing mental wounds. Our Sewing & Stitching project enables women to learn new tailoring skills and gain independence while working from home. Our Handicraft project trains women with the machines and skills needed to create traditional handicrafts and start a small business to support themselves.
Many GBV victims are trying to cope with severe anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The need for mental health services is unimaginable. Our team of doctors are there to provide individual and group Psychosocial Therapy to facilitate the healing process and provide hope. In addition, our Nutrition Services, Hygiene Training Sessions & Hygiene Kits, which include soap, toothbrushes, water containers, hygienic cloths, antiseptic liquid and other small personal items, help Rohingya refugees stay physically healthy and prevent dangerous outbreaks.
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