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What We Do

Areas of intervention during Emergency, Recovery and Development program

1. Educational programs include;

Construction and rehabilitation of learning spaces.

Providing WASH and hygiene promotion in schools.

Strengthen the education actor's capacity in Education in Emergency (EIE), psychosocial support, data collection and analysis process.

Distribution of school supplies and learning materials.

Raise communities' awareness on the value of child education and protection.

Advocate for safe and equitable access to education opportunities for the vulnerable, marginalized and disadvantage groups

2. Protection is also done through;

Child protection

GBV prevention

Protection of person with special need

Mine Risk Education

Community Based Protection Networks: Women centres (PSS, Referral, Medicaltreatment, Clinical management of Rape, vocational training site, information dissemination and sharing of protection risks, literacy classes). Community base structure, safe and loan associates, FES, birth certificates and livelihood options (IGA) women at risk. Child friendly spaces (CFS): Identification of USM, Identification of children with protection concerns , PSS, community mobilization towards child protection issues ( FGM , Early forced marriage, child abuse , child associated with armed groups, Child BV, school dropouts children with disability Birth certification. Family tracing and reunification (FTR): Identifications, case management, follow up, support, PSS, alternate care arrangements, support of the foster families, reintegration and reunifications.

Clinical management of rape (CMR) SORR plan to increase capacity and support GBV actors to prevent and respond to GBV incidents knowledgeable active CBOs in regards to GBV, mainstreamed and engaged medical, protection, and social workers to strengthen the quality of GBV services. Established and trained GBV community base structures, established referral pathway, promote community self-driven GBV prevention, SGBV survivors has instant access to medical , social , and legal support.

3. Health and Nutrition programs include;

communities through workshops and seminars. We also provide health care facilities to rural health centers (PHCC) to save lives and reduced long distance usually covered by pregnant women and lactating mothers looking for medical services.

SAM treatment (in & out patient).

Construction and rehabilitation of OTPs, training of volunteers, CMAM, Nutrition in Emergency for medical and nutrition staff, and MUAC screening.

MAM treatment and Prevention.

Referral and distribution of SFP/e-BSFP, referral to TSFP, biweekly home visit and MUAC screening

IYCF(Infant and Young Child Feeding) practice.

Formations of mothers support groups, awareness sessions, counseling, training, advocacy and international breastfeeding week.

Work together to deliver humanitarian assistances, trainings on competences skills for self-reliance and development, advocacy for peace building and conduct awareness/trainings on socio-economic development to affected communities to save and change lives of IDPs, host communities, returnees and refugees that includes youth (boys and girls), men, women and elderly to ensure sustainable development.

4. Food Security and Livelihood (FSL)

include providing agricultural and livelihood activities for the most vulnerable communities such as women, children, elderly and people with disabilities.

Agriculture:

(Rain-fed and/or Winter season):

Provision of quality and certified crop and vegetable seeds, local agriculture hand tools, training on seeds management, cultivation practices (land tillage, weeding, use of fertilizers, harvesting and storage),crop protection, irrigation practices, extension services, seedling production and nursery & green-house management, distribution and planting.

Livestock:

Provision of livestock vaccination, treatment, restocking of small ruminants and/or local chicken. Trainings on pasture production, harvesting, processing, Community Animal Health Works (CAWHs) and animal husbandry practices awareness sessions and trainings

Livelihood:

Promoting self-reliance and resilience through vocational trainings and skills development on small scale business management, saving & loans revolving funds, fish, non-wood forest products & honey processing and marketing

Natural Resources Management:

Provision of fuel and energy that includes FES, nursery establishment and management, fire line construction

5. NFIs programs;

General distribution of ES-NFI which includes plastic sheets, mats, kitchen kits, jericans, buckets ...etc.

6. WASH programs include;

Water:

Rehabilitation of non-functional water facilities (hand pumps, water yards, unprotected hand dug wells, ground water monitoring, water treatment with chlorine, training of mechanics, Solar engineers, water user committees Upgrading and installation of Solar systems.

Sanitation:

construction of household and communal latrines, construction of showers, training of masons.

Hygiene:

training of hygiene promoters, hygiene awareness sessions on hand washing with soap, distribution of personal hygiene kits and soaps, conduct cleaning campaigns, vector control at the HC, IDPs and Refugees camps.