YOUTH EMPOWERMENT & ADOLESCENT GIRLS
Sensitize the adolescent girls on their rights, health and hygiene practices and sexuality education and to ensure protection from violence, including sexual violence and prevent child labour and child marriages, and for increasing access to comprehensive reproductive services and policy benefits for the tribal women. Promote village level platforms of village level tribal youth committees consisting of young boys and adolescent girls Facilitate youth to develop their leadership and organizational management capacities, enhance analytical skills for RBA and advocacy skills to be more flexible to the situation towards building an independent functioning Youth Federation among the Irular tribal in Denkanikottai Taluk
The project intends to promote village level supportive structure for addressing the issues in the operational villages in the form of village level youth committees consisting of young boys and adolescent girls. This process will support to monitor and ensure that their needs are addressed and voiced at the relevant levels. Another intended outcome is the federating of the village level youth committees at the central level and this federation will be responsible for taking ahead the needs and concerns at the village level. The federation will consist of representatives from the village committees.
1. To Provide a stable, sustainable community living option with improved recovery outcomes to service users who had been in long term institutional care.
2. To Provide economic roles for clients of Home Again units which enabled them to live with agency and self-esteem.
3. To provide rights-based community living option to service users who had been in long term institutional care for social empowerment and active civic participation.
Home Again –Housing with supportive services for people with psychosocial disabilities. This new innovation enables people to come together to form affinity groups and live in homes in a community, creating a shared space of comfort, that mimics a familial environment. Along with housing, the intervention features allied supportive services including social care support and facilitation (opportunities for a diverse range of work, facilitation of government welfare entitlements, problem solving, socialisation support, leisure and recreation), access to healthcare, case management (detailed biopsychosocial assessments and personalised care plans), and onsite personal assistance. The innovation is executed by a multidisciplinary team, the majority of whom are non-specialist personal assistants. A typical home has 5 residents with 1-2 onsite personal assistants visiting or living with them based on need. Through HA those systematically marginalised on account of mental illness, poverty and homelessness are able to regain agency over their care and lives and claim space to participate socially, economically and culturally.
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