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30 Sep 2018 description

Situation générale :

Au cours du mois de septembre 2018, la situation de protection s’est dégradée avec plusieurs attaques des groupes armés signalés contre les militaires ainsi que les populations affectées dans la région du Lac Tchad. Il ressort de l’évaluation sécuritaire que les groupes armés adoptent habituellement une stratégie d’offensive nocturne et se retire la même nuit.

14 Jun 2018 description

Across Syria, the Protection Sector is working to improve the protection environment of millions of people facing protection risks and needs. In 2018, the protection sector aims to provide 9.7 million protection interventions to people affected by the conflict all across Syria. The protection sector welcomes new protection partners and actors who support programming in Syria to help those in need. The following document introduces briefly who we are and provides key contacts. The Whole of Syria response has three main operational response centres, in Amman, Damascus and Gaziantep.

20 Sep 2017 description

Country Operations

In 2018, there will be Humanitarian Response Plans in 23 countries: Afghanistan, Burundi, Chad, Cameroon, CAR, DRC, Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Haiti, Iraq, Libya, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Myanmar, Pakistan, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia, Syria, Ukraine and Yemen. The HRPs for Cameroon, Chad, CAR, DRC, Somalia, Haiti, Sudan, Nigeria (and potentially Niger and Afghanistan) will be multi-year Plans.

Deadline for Completion

16 Aug 2017 description

“Increasing Protection outcomes for population affected by the conflict in Afghanistan”

Executive summary

15 Jun 2017 description

The child protection sector in Syria is comprised of approximately 58 partners including, UN, INGO, Syrian NGO and government agencies operating in 13 governorates. The sector works to prevent and respond to abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence against children through strengthening community-based child protection programming, including psychosocial support, providing specialized child protection services, mine/explosive remnants of war risk education and strengthening the capacity of frontline workers and volunteers to respond to child protection issues.

07 Jun 2017 description

Across Syria, the Protection Sector is working to improve the protection context of millions of people who face protection threats. In 2017, the protection sector aims to provide 9.7 million services to people all across Syria affected by the conflict. The protection sector welcomes new partners and actors who support programming in Syria to help those in need. The following document introduces briefly who we are and key contacts.

05 Jun 2017 description

This analysis provides a snapshot of the protection sector response as a whole, including information on geographical coverage and progress against 2017 HRP targets based on 4W reporting. As of April 2017, the Whole of Syria Protection sector, including Child Protection, GBV and Mine Action, has provided over 1,847,583 protection interventions across Syria, 100% increase over last month. 998,389 of those were reported in April 2017.

29 Dec 2016 description

The introduction of the Minimum Standards for Child Protection (CPMS) in Humanitarian Action created the opportunity for renewed focus on the physical dangers and injuries that children experience during emergencies as a specific life saving child protection need. Standard #7 on Dangers and Injuries states that girls and boys are protected against harm, injury and disability caused by physical dangers in their environments, and the physical and psychological needs of injured children are responded to in a timely and efficient way.

14 Nov 2016 description

INTRODUCTION

This is the eighth Protection Trends report prepared by the South Sudan Protection Cluster (PC) in close collaboration with Child Protection, SGBV and Land Mines and Explosive Remnants of War sub-clusters, and other protection actors.

The report provides an overview of the protection situation highlighting the main threats to civilians that have caused displacement, and describes trends on issues reported and observed in the second and third quarters of 2016 (1 April through 30 September).

02 Jun 2016 description

This report is the seventh in a series of Protection Trends papers prepared by the South Sudan Protection Cluster in close collaboration with the three sub-clusters and other protection actors. After providing an overview of the protection situation, the paper discusses trends on issues reported and observed in the first quarter of 2016 (1 January through 31 March), including forced displacement and population movements, threats against children, gender-based violence, and landmines and explosive remnants of war.

22 Nov 2015 description

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

On 15 December 2013, fighting erupted in Juba among members of the Presidential Guard, and the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) subsequently split between forces loyal to the Government and those loyal to former Vice-President Riek Machar. In the days that followed, the conflict spread to the states of Greater Upper Nile (Jonglei, Unity and Upper Nile) after local SPLA forces disintegrated, often along ethnic lines. Since then, the conflict has created a major protection crisis and forced more than 2.27 million people from their homes.

08 Sep 2015 description

Highlights

Protection Cluster: Strengthening the emergency response capacity of the Protection Cluster was a critical priority in June - based on lessons learned from the Idleb response, the Aleppo response plan focuses on strengthening eld level coordination and capacity building of local partners. The Cluster-supported Mine Action reference group received a visit from UNMAS to look at potential support to the mine action partners operating from cross-border from Turkey.

12 Aug 2015 description
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Highlights

Protection Cluster: Strengthening the emergency response capacity of the Protection Cluster was a critical priority in June - based on lessons learned from the Idleb response, the Aleppo response plan focuses on strengthening eld level coordination and capacity building of local partners. The Cluster-supported Mine Action reference group received a visit from UNMAS to look at potential support to the mine action partners operating from cross-border from Turkey.