Humanitarian Response and Protection
Conflict affected women and young people:Vulnerable women of all ages, and young men in conflict affected communities are empowered to identify and mitigate protection risks and concerns in their communities, create sustainable gender and social norm change to prevent protection risks and contribute to their own recovery and resilience.
We aim for women and young people affected by protracted crisis to claim their rights for them to enjoy their lives with safety, security and dignity. Through building women’s leadership to identify and mitigate protection issues, lead local humanitarian responses, hold duty bearers to account and have improved social and economic resilience (including increasing cohesion between refugees and hosting communities).
Change will come about when:
- Women led community-based protection mechanisms are established and are supporting in reducing protection risks for vulnerable women.
- Women and young people are able to hold duty bearers to account and lead humanitarian preparedness and responses.
- Syrian refugees and host communities have increased social and economic resilience