“Two women, two opportunities” – project funded by the US Embassy
The project seeks to provide essential trust building and sexual reproductive health workshops to those finding themselves in sex work, provide them with a safe and genuine space for the workers to express themselves and access adequate information about sexual reproductive health. On the other hand, TAMA seeks to provide training and coaching to personnel in schools to identify, talk about and prevent FGM if necessary.
“Freedom to Live” – Quality of Life, funded by the Ministry for Social Inclusion and Voluntary Organizations
Disability advocacy starts with awareness. Thus, TAMA works to raise the level of knowledge and understanding about various types of disability, especially invisible ones, by sessions within communities which may not have had previous access to such information. Additionally, TAMA staff rolled out a translated survey attempting to capture perceptions concerning disability among migrant communities.
“Strong mother” – funded by the Ministry for Social Inclusion and Voluntary Organizations
TAMA personnel aims to engage, through community outreach sessions and individual mentorship with single mothers of migrant background. The aim of the project is to pilot how single mothers seek employment and attempt to access the labor market in order to determine a strategy to offer broader support.