Through this project, PAMI aims to contribute to the response to the problems affecting children who have left armed groups and other children who are victims of stigmatisation and rejection by their friends, family members and communities. This is done through
- Psychosocial and psychological support for girls and boys showing signs of trauma
- Community socialisation activities for children who have left armed groups (various games, recreational, sports and leisure activities, etc.);
- Support for the socio-professional and economic reintegration of 13 children (3 girls and 10 boys) who came from armed groups and 7 other vulnerable girls, through pre-professional training in hairdressing, pastry-making, culinary arts, fitting and welding, as well as the sale of calling cards and the charging of telephone batteries, which are activities that are accessible to the children and considered profitable.
Responding to the extra demand for food parcels and hot meals in coronation times; also offering spiritual and physical care.
Coalition for Work With Psychotrauma and Peace - CWWPP
Through participatory online meetings, self-study courses and podcasts, help victims of violence to overcome the psychological trauma they have experienced.