Le secteur ABRI/ANA a pour mandat de répondre, dans la mesure de ses capacités, aux besoins urgents des populations touchées par des évènements tels que les tensions sociales et la violence politique à l'intérieur et à l'extérieur du pays, l'entrée massive de demandeurs d'asile des pays voisins, le retour des rapatriés et les catastrophes naturelles telles que les tremblements de terre, les inondations, la sécheresse ou les glissements de terrain.
¿Cómo contribuir a fortalecer las capacidades locales individuales y organizacionales hacia la construcción de paz y el desarrollo humano, en medio de un conflicto armado tan prolongado como el colombiano? ¿Cómo actuar teniendo en cuenta los diferentes conflictos que enfrenta un país como Colombia? ¿Cómo lograr que las acciones en busca del desarrollo, la asistencia humanitaria y la construcción de paz no provoquen impactos contrarios a los deseados?
To inform DSIRS interventions aimed at improving access to relevant and sustainable livelihood opportunities for youth (aged 18-35) at risk of migrating or radicalizing in Dhuusamareeb and Cadaado districts of Somalia.
To provide an understanding of challenges faced in accessing employment opportunities and in current working conditions among conflict-affected women in Iraq, so as to inform UN Women’s programming and advocacy strategies aimed at improving women’s livelihood situation in Iraq.
When it comes to community-based disaster risk management (CBDRM), you don’t need to be an award-winning chef to put together a great recipe. Many actors at community level have critical knowledge, experience and capacities with regards to building resilience, and have developed innovative approaches to reducing the everyday risks they face. However, these community-based approaches are rarely scaled out nor systematically embedded within national policies and practice.
This user guide is a part of UNHAS-YEMEN SAOP. The purpose of the user guide is to provide clear procedures for UNHAS user group about the booking process and passenger movement, policies and regulations.
The USER GUIDE TO UNHAS-YEMEN SERVICES
To start using UNHAS – Yemen services and book a flight, please follow the below steps. All information will be made available on www.logcluster.org
Système de référencement du sous cluster VBG. Facilite l'orientation et le référencement des personnes survivantes de VBG vers les services de prise en charge disponibles dans les différentes localités
What is a work permit?
A work permit is an official document issued by the Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Services (MoFLSS). In this regard, as per the International Labour Force Law (No. 6735), adopted on 28 July 2016 by the Turkish Grand National Assembly (TGNA) and published on 13 August 2016 in the Official Journal, foreigners who wish to work in Turkey have to obtain a work permit from MoFLSS.
When can I apply for a work permit?
Pasto lidera conjuntamente con los municipios de la Subregión Centro, un modelo de Ciudad – Región sostenible que busca dinamizar el desarrollo humano integral, como base fundante de la construcción de una paz estable y duradera.
The number of countries experiencing armed conflict today is greater than at any time in the past 30 years. This comes at devastating human cost. In this decade alone, more than half a million civilians have been killed in Syria, the protracted conflict in Yemen has left more than 20 million people in need of humanitarian assistance, and violence in Myanmar in 2017 drove more than 600,000 people into Bangladesh in just three months. The UN Secretary General has said that atrocity crimes are being committed ‘at a scale and ferocity not seen in years’.
To provide UNHCR and other stakeholders working on mixed migration3 related programming with timely and updated information on mixed migration flows in Libya, with a focus on entry and exit points in the east, south and west of the country
To analyse evolving mixed migration dynamics in Libya since April 2018, with a focus on
a) Current entry and exit points between Libya and its neighbouring countries Egypt, Niger, Chad, Algeria, Sudan and Tunisia, and changes since April 2018
To understand humanitarian needs of populations in Maban refugee camps in Food Security and Livelihoods, Nutrition, Camp Management, Environment, NFIs & Shelter, WASH and Education sectors.
To compare humanitarian needs of populations between the four refugee camps in Maban County.
To create temporally comparisons and trend analysis of the development of the humanitarian needs of populations in Maban refugees camps.
UNICEF’s Core Commitments for Children in Humanitarian Action include clear commitments to advance gender equality in emergency preparedness, response, including early recovery
Gender equality is a human right, and mainstreaming a gender perspective in all UNICEF policies, programmes and operations in order to achieve gender equality forms an important aspect of UNICEF’s humanitarian responsibilities
This lexicon has been made for you. It is aimed at assisting refugees and migrants who are in Greece. Please keep it with you. You may use it to facilitate your communication with Greek people who are in contact with you, in order to request general information, as well as information on matters related to living conditions, food, health and protection. Special chapters are included for women and unaccompanied children.
All Cluster partners, including OHCHR as Cluster Lead Agency, have common and mutual responsibilities to reach the objective of an effective and timely protection response to affected populations.
This Charter embraces the rights and obligations of Cluster members for participation in the Protection Cluster and its groups, as appropriate. It provides a common understanding of what organizations – whether local, national, or international – commit to bring to the Protection Cluster through their participation.
Purpose of this Guidance Note
This Note provides practical guidance to national governments about key priorities for the education sector following a major disaster or crisis. It specifies a set of considerations and actions to help ensure that the education sector can: (1) maintain its core functions in the midst of a crisis; (2) allow for streamlined recovery from shocks; (3) minimize disaster and conflict risks, and (4) improve the sector’s adaptation and resilience to future crises.