We work with:
- Survivors of violence and other vulnerable groups that reach out for support
- Individuals that Rozan recognizes as essential change agents; young people, state duty bearers and civil society actors.
- Collectives such as local communities and local state apparatus
- Institutions (police and shelters/women crisis centers) where institutional reform and policy change is sought.
Rozan currently has four programmes:
- Aangan (Children and Youth’s programme): works as a resource centre on the emotional health of children and youth, focusing on child sexual abuse.
- Zeest (Women’s programme): works on the emotional health of women focusing on issues of gender and violence against women.
- Rabta (Police Training Programme): works with the Police to create capacity and ownership to deal with issue of violence against women and children.
- Humqadam (Men’s programme): conducts research on masculinities and works with men and boys in the community to mobilize them against VAW.
Two support units work alongside programmes:
Offers counseling through telephone, in person, e-mail counseling and counseling camps to children, youth and women.
Munsalik (Media and Advocacy unit):
Coordinates all advocacy activities of programmes and carries out media support and sensitization on Rozan issues.