Provision of Family Emergency Support and Economic Empowerment
Many families with high incidences of child sexual exploitation and abuse (CSEA) are vulnerable to monetary poverty and lag behind in terms of improved sanitation, access to electricity, education (completion and progression), and child malnutrition.
NEMACY UGANDA provides direct services to child mothers, child headed households and families of reintegrated children and youth to enable them meet the basic and psychosocial needs including food, clothing and shelter.
It also develops sustainable livelihood programmes that improve their income and food security.
The Network also responds to incidences of Gender Based Violence (GBV) through ensuring that victims are medically assessed for Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP), treated and linked to existing GBV shelters.