Post Conflict Care and Economic Empowerment of wartime survivors of Sexual Gender Base Violence project is a one year project [June 2018- May 2019], its being funded by Welfare Fund for Children and Youth, it is being implemented in Pader and Nwoya District targeting 100 Wartime survivors of SGBV. The project aims at empowering wartime SGBV survivors and other extremely vulnerable households through sustainable livelihood opportunities, improving household income, improving beneficiaries living conditions, as well as enhancing economic independence among beneficiaries arising from engagement in Income Generating Activities. The project seeks to achieve 2 major objectives;
 To strengthen the capacity of 100 wartime SGBV survivors in entrepreneurial and Livelihood skills by May 2019.
 To improve the capacity of Wartime SGBV survivors to engage in agro-based farming as a business by May 2019
To improve and secure livelihoods by increasing household incomes of war-affected children, their caregivers, and other vulnerable families
Vocational Training Program
A 1-year program that trains girls in income generating activities such as knitting, tailoring, baking, catering, and hand-made jewelry.
Income Generating Activities Program
Read the story of Amila who learned to make the rocket stove and is now training others and constructing the stoves for her own income.
Who are these families?
CCF’s Livelihood Program serves vulnerable households living below the poverty line. Many are single-parent households, elderly-headed households, child-headed households, or families affected by HIV/AIDS.
CCF field officers visit recipients to follow-up on their businesses and standard of living. The majority of the families assisted by CCF have been able to save money and provide for the basic needs of their children.