Community Based Protection Intervention North of Syria
The project aims to continue building a community-based protection center in order to create a self-sustainable protective environment for the community. Through the provision of a wide range of protection activities for the hosts and IDPs in targeted area, the entire community will have access to community-based protection services, including awareness raising over general protection concerns, especially those related to Child Protection, Housing Land and Property (HLP) issues and civil documentation.
Children Art, Science and Nature Center in Turkey, Gaziantep
The project aims to provide a child friendly space for children with workshops on arts, science and nature. Workshops are conducted to provide children a wider scope on the topics and act as social cohesion tool between children of refugee and host community. Structured PSS sessions (namely I-DEAL) is provided to the children selected by psychosocial officers during the activities or referred by teachers and families.
Increased access to child protection and reintegration services for conflict affected children and adults in Syria
The project involves delivering of ERW awareness to children and adults in schools and communities, conducting awareness raising events for children and adults on child rights, child protection and prevention of family separation, providing psychosocial support activities to 6000 vulnerable children in Child Friendly Spaces, providing psychosocial sport (PSS) activates to 20.000 vulnerable children through out reach teams. The project also includes conducting parenting sessions that helping parents understand, prevent and respond to protection risks for children including providing training to protection staff and 30 Child Protection Network (CPN) members on Child Protection Minimum Standards (CPMS), PSS, and ERW and establishing 6 child protection networks. The project also documents and provides specialized services (e.g. case management) to 300 affected children (CAFAAG, UASC, child labor, and MHPSS).
Emergency Risk Education and Contamination Surveys
This project targeted many categories in the community and aims to reduce the threat from Explosive Remnants of War (ERW) to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and returnee’s/host communities in Syria through the delivery of Risk Education (RE) and detailed/basic contamination surveys. These activities contain RE sessions to the community and INGO workers, CFP training and meeting with community leaders.
Increased access to child protection services for conflict-affected children
This project contributes to prevent and response Child Protection (CP) concern through implementing Community based child protection activities as the following:
-Structured psychosocial support in established CFSs.
-Awareness raising on CP, FTR, CAAFAG and MRE.
-Prevent and response to separated and unaccompanied children.
Structured Psychosocial Support and Mine Risk Education Interventions
This project contributes to the expansion of Child Protection (CP) services in raising child rights and Mines risk awareness, and improving the quality of Child Protection programming through enhancing the capacity of the actors and Increasing awareness and understanding for communities on child protection issue
Child Friendly Space
Neighbourhood CFS is a shelter for children has a daily capacity during daylight hours (10 hours / 6 days) up to 150 children in the targeted areas by bombing or near fire lines. Shelter contains of entertainment, educational and pedagogical sections that attract children and prevent their presence in streets and open areas, thus limit the likelihood of disability or death resulting from random shelling.
Community-Based Protection for Syrian Women and Children
Poject aims to improve the protection environment in northern Syria through the provision of services to vulnerable women and children and strengthening the capacity of local protection actors, specifically related to gender-based violence (GBV) and child protection (CP). The project will target the community level to support GBV survivors and mitigate the risk of GBV cases, address factors leading to child recruitment/labor, and other conflict related protection risks by supporting women and children safe spaces. These spaces will serve as a foundation from which to engage the community in providing direct activities and establishing mobile outreach teams.
Child Protection Training Center
Establishing a community training center at north of Syria, aims to conduct a series of ToT trainings for the following aspects:
– Child Protection Policies within Education (Formal and in-formal)
– Child Protection Policies within local authorities.
– Child Protection Policies within local community
Psychosocial support for children
Poject aims to improve the protection environment in northern Syria through the provision of services to vulnerable women and children and strengthening the capacity of local protection actors, specifically related to child protection. The project will target the community level to support survivors and mitigate of conflict related protection risks by supporting women and children safe spaces.