We work closely with local partners to adapt Healing in Harmony to the diverse needs of the community.
Maison Dorcas, Bukavu, Democratic Republic of Congo
- Maison Dorcas at Panzi Hospital is an aftercare facility for survivors of gender-based violence. Women receive counseling for the treatment of trauma, as well as legal assistance and skill-based training to assist them in reintegrating their community and taking leadership roles.
- Target group: Survivors of sexual violence
One-Stop-Centre of Panzi Hospital, Mulamba, Democratic Republic of Congo
- Located two hours from Bukavu, this satellite clinic of Panzi Hospital provides support to a rural community where access to services is particularly limited. With support from the Fund for Innovation and Transformation, the program is expanding to integrate men and boys in the community, helping them to heal their own trauma and engaging them in efforts to advance gender equality.
- Target group: Survivors of sexual violence, men and boys in the community
Kasai, Democratic Republic of Congo | World Vision Canada
- As part of the Equality for Girls’ Access to Learning (EGAL) project funded by Global Affairs Canada, Make Music Matter has partnered with World Vision Canada to bring Healing in Harmony to the conflict-ridden region of Kasai.
- Target group: School-aged girls, young women, and caregivers who have experienced trauma including sexual and gender-based violence, and exploitation
Uyisenga Ni Imanzi, Kigali, Rwanda
- Uyisenga Ni Imanzi is a community centre offering holistic support to children and youth, with the aim to build resilience and affect change for sustainable development. It was established in 2002 in response to the high number of children and young adults who became orphans and heads of their households as a result of the Rwandan genocide and HIV/AIDS.
- Target group: Children of childhood-headed households and HIV survivors.
Global Survivor Network, The Mukwege Foundation, various locations
- The Mukwege Foundation supports a global network of survivors of sexual violence with national and international advocacy efforts. Three sites are supported through the foundation:
- Target group: Survivors of sexual and political violence
Beni, Democratic Republic of Congo | World Vision DRC
- Over two million people benefit from World Vision DRC’s transformational development programmes which address education, health care, water and sanitation, nutrition, and food security. They are also actively engaged in humanitarian and emergency response particularly in the eastern part of the country, focused on food aid, humanitarian protection, nutrition, health care, child friendly spaces (CFS), and reintegration of internal displaced people (IDPs). World Vision DRC was the first organization to partner with Make Music Matter as an affiliate through our social franchise framework.
- Target group: Survivors of forced sexual exploitation, ex-child combatants, and other survivors of trauma
Trujillo, Peru | World Vision Peru
- World Vision Peru supports children and adolescents, who often face violence and abuse of many kinds. As unemployment among young people is high, it promotes job training and life skills education, to make sure they’re supported into adulthood. World Vision Peru also assists Venezuelan migrants with basic services and works to help the two populations live harmoniously.
- Target group: Refugee youth and youth at risk