CNPAC Increasing community resilience to address violence against children
The EVA project - strengthened gender action in Cahul and Ungheni districts
The purpose of the project
The project will help to ensure equality both for girls and boys, women and men. Activities under this project are equally available to teenagers as well as to parents and care-givers. Within the activities the importance of involving both parents in the development of adolescent resilience will be highlighted .
The activities are based on the principle of non-discrimination and equal participation from a gender perspective. Thus, we will ensure that all children and adults (parents and care-givers) have equal rights regardless of gender, race, colour, ethnic or social origin, age, language, religion, political or other opinion or any other discriminatory criteria. Project materials (instruction, teaching, communication, articles etc) will be developed respecting the principle of gender sensitivity, ensuring that gender specific issues and solutions are identified and implemented.
The project activities are expected to inspire additional local and national initiatives and new projects which will positively impact the areas of: a) prevention programs for caregivers and parents; b) capacity building programs for professionals, etc. It will also provide opportunity to trigger public discussion regarding parental education.