Protect, Empower Refugee Women and Girls from (Part 2)

Published on Jul 24, 2013

The Darfur Women Network and the refugee community will test traditional wood stoves against fuel-efficient stoves and solar cookers to determine their practicality, efficiency, and adaptability to the camp environment. To minimize the current risk to women and girls in Tulum, the Darfur Women Network teaches them to manage income-generating projects that provide alternatives to walking miles outside the camp for firewood, where they are vulnerable to attack and to rape. We also work with men and boys in the community to help them understand these risks, and teach both women and men in camp communities about food

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