The strengthening of Community Response for Cameroonian Refugees in Nigeria (SCRIN) Project is aimed at providing high quality, integrated services through improved access to water source and hygiene with strengthened protection of children and reduced risk to GBV for Cameroonian refugees and host communities in Cros River and Taraba, Nigeria. The Project is funded by Malteser International in partnership with the government of Nigeria. The project is funded by Malteser International in partnership with the government of Nigeria. The objectives of the project are the following:
- To improve access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Cameroonian Refugees and host communities
- To improve knowledge and awareness of child rights, gender, and Gender Based Violence (GBV) and increased access to child protection and GBV services with host communities.
Some of the activities that would be carried out in this project to enable us achieve the Strengthening Community Response for Response in Nigeria are the following
- Construction of Submersible Solar borehole and equip with solar power system and reticulate to 5 fetching points in Birama Community in Taraba State Nigeria
- Rehabilitation of existing Submersible Solar borehole and equip with solar power system and reticulate to 5 fetching points in Sabongida-Akwanwe, Community, Taraba State Nigeria
- Construction of Submersible Solar borehole and equip with solar power system and reticulate to 5 fetching points in Adagom 3 Refugee Settlement, Ogoja Cross River State Nigeria
- Provision of culturally appropriate menstrual materials for women and girls of menstrual age
- Provision of hygiene kits for men, boys, women and girls (Refugee & host community)
- Hygiene Promotion Awareness at schools and community /Distribution of IEC Materials
- Vocational Skills Training for caregivers and young people (Refugees and hos community)
- Support trained caregivers and young people (Refugees & host community) to establish new businesses and expand existing ones. (Provide education on financial literacy and business management)
- Construction of gender sensitive Latrines and bathing facilities in Ashuku and Eneme communities all in Taraba State Nigeria.