Fields of Action

The Anti-trafficking and Exploitation Unit at KAFA works on building an opinion against trafficking and exploitation of two groups of women vulnerable to these forms of violence: women migrant domestic workers and women in prostitution. 
The Unit also calls for a better legal and social protection for victims and women and girls at risk. 
Several approaches are used to reach these objectives, such as: advocacy work, research, awareness-raising activities, capacity building and community support, and service providing to victims.

The Child Protection Program at KAFA (CPP) works on combating abuse and violence against children, with a focus on gender-based violence and sexual abuse. By working with children and youth, the CPP is contributing efforts to put an end to violence and discrimination.

KAFA (enough) Violence & Exploitation runs a support center (SC) that provides women and children victims of violence with social, legal, and psychological support. The SC is a safe space operated by a multi-disciplinary team of professionals who offer support to women and children, regardless of their nationality and religious sect or any other status. 

Starting from the belief that ending gender-based violence is the responsibility of the society as a whole, every believer in human rights and equality can be engaged in the fight against Violence Against Women (VAW).