WWC's project

Housing for women and children victims of domestic violence:

The provision of appropriate services in referral and accommodation for victims of domestic violence provision of counseling, psycho-social support, legal aid, health, various courses and occupational therapy for victims of domestic violence within the housing (including food, clothing, hygiene, medications, etc.) Providing residential services to protect victims of domestic violence and victims of trafficking. Provide counseling, psycho-social support, medical and legal support This project is supported by the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare

Activities with women and children victims of domestic violence

At a time when the vast majority of the world, including Kosovo, is facing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the pace of work of the organization has changed, but the goal and efforts remain the same. The protection, rehabilitation, reintegration and support services provided in shelters for survivors of domestic violence give survivors some time to recover and start life over again, through a range of services and referral systems. WWC provides the most basic and basic services for respecting the rights and dignity of survivors of gender-based violence and children who have been exposed to situations where violence has occurred. This project is funded by filia die frauenstiftung

Promoting reproductive health and mental health:

Education and promotion of reproductive and mental health of vulnerable groups in the community of women, Albanian, Serbian, Roma, Ashkali, WWC Egyptians will work to promote, protect and improve the health of women in the shelter and community offering, counseling psychosocial, lectures on reproductive health and family planning, presentations for vulnerable RAE groups on sanitation and immunization, training on trauma therapy, with institutions that work with these groups. This project is supported by: Ministry of Health

Economical support and social inclusion of victims of domestic violence

With this project we want to protect support and restore the economic security through offering psycho-social support and empower women to learn to design and to use the paper bag machine to become economically independent. Psycho social support is a very important component that provide appropriate care, protection and social integration. Economic insecurity has a devastating consequence on lives of domestic violence survivors and employment is one of the most commonly used indicators of financial health and stability. For this reason, we will combine two components psychosocial counseling and economical independence to support the women. Employment can have a protective effect for women. Employment provides not only important financial resources, but also may raise a woman’s self-esteem, thereby providing her with psychological resources to cope with or end an abusive relationship This project is supported by the: DAP Australia

Capacity Building and Cultural Activities of Ethnic Women in Pec, Istok and Kline

We support informal groups of women to support minority communities to re-integrate and enhance dialogue between the majority and minority communities. Project supports the active participation of the three municipalities of Pec, Klina and Istok, which will contribute to the improvement of service delivery systems and efficient advancement of community needs and priorities. capacity building project for conflict resolution and social reintegration, gender equality and human rights, project cycle management and business plans; This project is supported by the CDF through USAID

Supporting Victims of GBV through Economic Interventions

This project aims at expanding the supporting domestic violence/GBV victims through income generation activities and providing unemployed women with a job opportunity can be better achieved. More specifically, this project aims at: Increasing the production of honey; Establishing a sweets-making production based on honey and not on more commonly used sugar; Widening commercial network in the local market to sell honey, whole meal bread and traditional honey sweets. This project is supported by the: CARITAS KOSOVA

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Activities continue to support women and girls victims of violence during the COVID-19 pandemic

The Women's Wellness Center works 24/7 to provide a safe, respectful, welcoming and helpful place for women and children surviving domestic violence, taking into account their unique needs and the barriers they face while seeking out services and assistance. Survivors of domestic violence seek support with a variety of problems. We work with interpersonal trauma which is influenced by understanding the impact of interpersonal violence and victimization on the lives and development of women survivors of violence. Through this project we were able to provide life-changing support to survivors throughout the Peja region throughout an uncertain, stressful and dangerous time. So far we have supported 63 women and children surviving domestic violence, including minorities and rural communities. This project was partially supported by filia die frauenstiftung

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