SATF has been providing Psychosocial Support (PSS) to the Most Vulnerable Children, believing that mental health is a key component of support especially to the vulnerable population.
The projects’ main objectives are;
- Zonal IPs Coordinators capacity to provide PSS are strengthened;
- MVCs are assessed and their needs determined;
- Caregivers capacity to support MVCs improved.
Through Foundation for Civil Society (FCS) grant, SATF implemented the second phase of a three years project on Capacity Building on PSS in 21 Districts of Tanzania. The project included Advocacy meetings among the District Officials and Trainings of Caregivers on provision of PSS services to the most vulnerable children (MVC.
52 staffs from implementing partners were trained as trainers (TOT) on PSS mainstreaming. Implementing Partners were capacitated with PSS quality programming and PSS service delivery to MVC caregivers at the grassroots level.
Through MVC Caregivers, psychosocial support has been provided to more than 2600 MVC in 26 districts of Tanzania.
Built resilience of 235 vulnerable youth through provision of psychosocial support and enabling them to start their own small income generating projects through implementation of ‘Vijana Simama Imara’ (Youth Stand Firm) PSS Model.
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