Provide displaced persons, host communities and local populations in conflict-affected areas with life-saving protection and humanitarian assistance in the form of emergency shelter, non-food items (NFIs), water and hygiene kits, health care, nutrition, agricultural inputs and food security
Assess and closely monitor protection needs of displaced and conflict affected persons in order to ensure that adequate services and support are provided
Ensure access to education, legal services and psychosocial support for displaced persons and conflict-affected populations, especially the most vulnerable
Humanitarian access is improved and human rights are respected
- UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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