Main goals of SAFER project
The main goal of SAFER project is to prevent, encourage reporting and combat gender-based violence (GBV) against children.
The consortium’s efforts focus in fostering a systematic approach in cultivating life skills, building healthy relationships, adopting and maintaining values, (such as, respect, justice) and increasing resilience and personal strength.
The project aims at sensitizing and increasing awareness of primary school teachers, students, parents and relevant stakeholders regarding GBV.
In anticipation of the project’s implementation, all the partners of the consortium will have provided teachers with relevant important materials enabling them to discuss about GBV in their classroom, to challenge existing gender stereotypes and to ultimately prevent GBV.
Designing and developing a survey
Data collections from questionnaires/interviews and Focus Groups with primary teachers, students, principals and policy makers
Statistical analysis of results in every country
Comparative analysis of all countries' results
Development of Training and Educational Package for teachers
Pilot all materials and exchange good practices among the trainers and teachers
Awareness Raising activities:
Development of Cartoon
Development of Short Video
Various Raising Awareness Events