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Family and Childcare Center (KMOP) is one of the oldest Greek non- profit organization, with 40 years of accumulated experience in supporting disadvantaged groups. KMOP is committed to kindling a better world and has a sound track record in the management of national and international projects, as well as experience with sub-granting schemes in the Balkan region.

Different &Equal is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing high quality reintegration services for victims of trafficking, exploitation and abuse, and to improving the legal, institutional and social context to prevent and counter these violations of human rights.

Overall objective: To enhance the CSOs role in the social integration – through employment – of women who have been victims of trafficking and / or domestic violence, and to extend their geographical coverage –through reaching out across the country – in order to build partnerships between CSOs and groups (formal and informal) of former victims of trafficking and domestic violence.

Specific objectives:

  1. To assess the capacity and facilitate the development of CSOs, as organization but also as support provider for former victims, through training, best practise exchanges and publication of reports that will advocate for rights.
  2. To support the economic empowerment of former victims through a small grant scheme that will finance a number of new and effective economic empowerment initiatives, and continues mentoring that will ensure economic empowerment, independence and continuity of funding.
  3. To create a referral and self –support network through the implementation of a peer support program that will train former victims to become per mentors.


Duration: February 2018 – January 2021

Donor: Funded by European Union as part of the Program for the support of the Civil Society Organization and Media 2016 – 2017