Building on work done by its founding partner CARE, Chrysalis is scaling up work done directly with State and Non-State partners over several years in the Northern Province to end SGBV and promote women’s political leadership.
Chrysalis aims to empower marginalized communities in the country to actively engage in governance; to determine their development priorities, define solutions, design and implement plans to address their needs and entitlements, and hold those elected accountable.
The project will look to connect local government service providers with plantation communities by building their capacities to improve service delivery, to respond and be accountable to those they serve.
Enterprise aims to create an enabling environment for women and youth to create and participate in small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
WEAVE is a collaborative effort to support entrepreneurs in the North and link them to the market.
To build the capabilities of women in the plantation industry by enhancing their life skills and giving participants greater control over household income, increased decision making authority, and improved overall well-being.
The Skills for Empowerment initiative was developed in partnership with Diageo and CARE International UK and implemented by Chrysalis and Cinnamon Hotels and Resorts. The project focuses on providing the primary skills required to secure jobs in the hotel sector.
Chrysalis aims to help increase civic education and engagement of CSOs around key policy reforms, constitutional reforms, new systems, acts and together hold elected representatives and duty bearers accountable as well as enable them to undertake policy analysis and dialogue at the division, district and regional levels in an inclusive and collective manner.
The project is an effort to contribute to the process of reconciliation and democratization in the country through creating both intra and inter-ethnic dialogues using film medium. It also provides an opportunity for the public to appreciate insightful films and enable them to engage in dialogue on co-existence, peace building, gender and the other related socio-political themes