Concept Note: YABC-National Training of Peer Educators | 25-30 October 2016 | Semarang, Indonesia

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Report: YABC-National Training of Peer Educators | 25-30 October 2016 | Semarang, Indonesia

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16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence | 25 November – 9 December 2017 | Cambodia

Several reports show that Cambodian has seen a gradual decrease of domestic violence against women and girls since 2000. However, according to Cambodia Gender Assessment in 2014, there are still number of challenges facing the country in its effort to end gender-based violence (GDV), including but not limited to:

  • Growing number of reports on rape and sexual violence in the family;
  • Sexual harassment at workplaces and in communities;
  • Limited access to social and legal support services to survivors.

Between 25 November to 9 December 2017, CRC conducted activities under the campaign “16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence” on the topic “Leave No One Behind – End Violence Against Women and Girls.” The expected results and measurements for success include:

  • At least 30 Red Cross Youths attending the half-day workshop on GBV.
  • At least 750 youth from four universities attending GBV awareness
  • At least 200 youth, Red Cross staff, and volunteers attending the 16 Days Campaign for the elimination of violence against women at the Cambodian Red Cross National Head Quarter
  • Number or people around country to receive GBV information through this media National TV, Newspapers

Number of activities were conducted at four universities, with 872 students participated, from 25 November to 7 December. The activities included a mix of brainstorming, plenary discussion, presentation, and Q&A facilitated by the resource persons from the Ministry of Women Affairs.

On 9 December, CRC conducted a special event at the CRC National Head Quarter with 200 participants including representatives from the Ministry of Women Affairs, CRC leaders, staff, Red Cross youth and Red Cross youth advisors, deans and directors of universities, students, Red Cross partners, and other stakeholders).

Total number of participants attending in the 16 Days Activism was 1,072 participants, of which about 40% are female.

 

CRC Vice President handed certificate to a participant.

CRC Deputy Secretary General gave a speech.

CRC Vice President gave a speech.

Students from the Royal University of Phnom Penh attending the event.

Students from Cambodian Mekong University

Youth actors participating in the role-playing activity.

Youth actors participating in the role-playing activity.

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YABC-National Training of Peer Educators | 25-30 October 2016 | Semarang, Indonesia

A national (Youth as) Agents of Behavioural Change ((Y)ABC) peer educator training (ToPE) was designed and proposed to 24 Volunteers and Staff members of the Indonesian Red Cross/Palang Merah Indonesia (PMI). The training was organized from the 25th to 30th of October in Semarang Indonesia, as a joint venture of PMI, Canadian Red Cross, IFRC Asia Pacific Regional Office in Kuala Lumpur and the IFRC Inclusion, Protection and Engagement Unit in Geneva.
The ToPE aimed at building PMI staff and volunteers’ capacity to use the (Y)ABC toolkit and integrate the initiative within existing programmes to further promote a culture of non-violence and peace amongst their peers and communities. Thanks to this event facilitated by (Y)ABC trainers from the Pakistan and Malaysian Red Crescent Societies, participants engaged in a self-reflection and self-transformation process, which resulted in their enhanced confidence, commitment and ability to act as ethical leaders in favour of respect for diversity, gender equality, intercultural dialogue, social inclusion and peace.

Expected outcomes for participants:

  • Enhanced understanding and ability to describe and promote the main lines of thinking of the IFRC regarding humanitarian principles and values as well as the promotion of a culture of non-violence and peace, especially non-discrimination and respect for diversity, intercultural dialogue, social inclusion, gender, as well as violence prevention, mitigation and response;
  • Capacity to use confidently and adapt the methodology and materials of the (Y)ABC toolkit to their context and target audience, while respecting the global coherence of the initiative;
  • Deepened knowledge of the fundamental notions related to youth and adult learning, and more specifically peer education techniques, to be able to take them into account and put them into practice when conducting sessions related to the (Y)ABC initiative in their National Society and/or respective communities;
  • Acquisition and application of life skills (i.e. active listening, empathy, critical thinking, dropping bias, non-judgement, non-violent communication, collaborative negotiation, and mediation) and techniques to strengthen their personal resilience and operate from inner peace1 (e.g. Qi-Gong) in their daily life and Red Cross Red Crescent work.

The training was attended by PMI staff and volunteers. 24 participants from 7 provincial branches and the national headquarters (15 female and 9 male, aged between 17 and 30 years’ old)

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Youth Leadership Training Agenda

Youth Leadership Training Agenda

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SEAYN 4th Annual Meeting Report

SEAYN 4th Annual Meeting Report

Action plan 2016-2017 was developed with four categories:

  • Advocacy
  • Youth and volunteer management
  • Youth empowerment Programme
  • Peer to Peer support, Partnership and Fundraising.

The SEAYN Chairmanship was then handed over to the Philippine RC and new coordination team was nominated with Singapore RC as Deputy Chair and CVTL as Officer. All members recognised that the sustainability of the network depends on their engagement, commitment and their service delivery into community safety and resilience.

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Myanmar Red Cross – Classroom Learning Empowers Students and Community – Stories from the Field

Myanmar Red Cross – Classroom Learning Empowers Students and Community – Stories from the Field

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IFRC Youth Policy (2011)

IFRC Youth Policy (2011)

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Publication date: January 1, 2011
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Assessment Report of Karaker Settlement – Knowledge, Attitude and Practices (KAP) Assessment

Assessment Report of Karaker Settlement – Knowledge, Attitude and Practices (KAP) Assessment
The water, sanitation and hygiene KAP [knowledge Attitude and practices] assessment was conducted in Karakrer Village, Kompong Luong in July 2015 to assess the situation of water, sanitation and Hygiene knowledge of community. The focus group discussion and closed discussion was conducted with village community focused on households’current socio-economic status in addition to information about households’ water sources, water treatment, and productive use for water, water management, hygiene, sanitation and environmental conservation.
Based on results of the assessment, the following actions are recommended:
  • Training and capacity building of community management committees where they exist.
  • Educate the community about waterborne disease prevention and how to treat contaminated water.
  • Increase access to clean water by providing locally available water treatment methods and through IEC materials.
  • Strengthen and support behavior change for improved sanitation and hygiene.
  • Strengthen partnership with community members in the area to construct improved latrines/ bucket latrine.

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SEAYN Newsletter Issue 4

SEAYN Newsletter Issue 4

Southeast Asia Youth Network (SEAYN) Newsletter:

  • For SEAYN newsletter – Issue 1″, click Issue 1
  • For SEAYN newsletter – Issue 2″, click Issue 2
  • For SEAYN newsletter – Issue 3″, click Issue 3

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