Protection sector 2013 (4)

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Protection sector 2013

In the all of our operational areas in Sudan We do believe that, Humanitarian Action consists of two main pillars: assistance and protection. Assistance usually comes in the form of provisions, including food, water, shelter, clothing, health or technical support. Protection is concerned with the safety, dignity and rights of people affected by disaster or armed conflict. Responding to the needs of those affected by disasters or armed conflict is not just about providing assistance but also providing protection based on the humanitarian imperative to 'do no harm'. So child up use and child protection is a huge challenge facing our community in terms of FGM, early marriage, schools drop out and trauma moreover to humiliation
To mitigate the risk of protection  through, achieving the objective of reaching out to remote and recent conflict affected areas to monitor and provide lifesaving protection assistance, with special attention to vulnerable groups (children, women and elderly), Strengthened community based protection; access to basic services for vulnerable persons, Reinforce preventive and holistic protection response, with UNHCR funded projects, AORD has already reached over 2000 individual within the respective area by Population movement tracking: AORD will strengthen the network of communities to track, monitor and report on movements, displacement and protection issues, Capacity building through training targets 10 protection field monitors, psychosocial specialist and child/general protection officers on family tracing and reunification methodology (identification, registration, documentation and reunification training),
The outcomes of what we have done over the implementation period as AORD aside from information sharing, has  been trained and supported to respond through local networks established in each area through limited intervention to address the urgent needs of the Extremely Vulnerable Individuals Protection concerns were identified among IDPs returnees and host communities and shared with humanitarian actors, Timely humanitarian preparedness and response is supported via reliable information sharing and regular reporting on IDPs protection issues.