Light for All works with the local government and other NGOs to provide basic needs, education, and psycho-social interventions to sponsored girls, who experienced physical, sexual, and/or domestic violence. We aim at fighting gender-based violence and domestic abuse.
Through such interventions, the sponsored girls are empowered and can become leaders in their own community and regularly conduct outreach activities, street education, and life coaching to other youth in the community.
Light for All works closely with the local government units to organize and conduct a series of consultative focus group discussions with groups of women in different communities to identify the topics of interest in parenthood and child development.
This is followed by a series of sessions to women to introduce them to the best practices of parenthood and important facts about child development. More than 40 women have attended these sessions since started in 2019. Twenty trainers participated in planning and conducting the sessions.
Women engagement, empowerment, and behavior change are the core and backbone of what Light for All is doing. Since its establishment, and through its trained community mobilizers, the organization managed to reach more than 80 women.
We provide different training sessions, role plays, group activities, and community-based assessment exercises and activities, to change norms and behaviors, improve self-esteem, introduce women to effective habits, and empower them to challenge domestic and gender-based violence.