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Case study: sustainability and reproducibility of CSMC
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Case study: sustainability and reproducibility of CSMC
File Size : 1.54 MB
Date : 09 March 2017
Since violence broke out in Syria in March 2011, Lebanon has welcomed over 1 million Syrian refugees, spread out across the country and residing in every type of shelter imaginable. In March 2013, two years after the eruption of Syrian civil war, Solidarités International (SI) began its operations in Lebanon in response to the humanitarian crisis that the country was facing. In April 2015, the Collective Site Management and Coordination program (CSMC) was established and implemented in 50 sites; this program aims at empowering the refugee community by promoting autonomy and self-sustainability. This study aimed to look into the eff ects of CSMC after a crisis such as evictions. It also studied which skills learned through CSMC proved useful in the new site, as well as the lasting impact of CSMC trainings and potential gaps in the training.

Position paper : protection
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Position paper : protection
File Size : 530.76 kB
Date : 16 December 2016

SOLIDARITES INTERNATIONAL works in contexts where the basic principles of population protection are not always guaranteed, either due to conflict situations, natural disasters, internal disturbances or discrimination. It helps populations that naturally have particular vulnerabilities to protection risks (women, young girls and boys…). This therefore has an impact on the position of the organisation by virtue of the fact that it carries out activities in the aforementioned situations.

 

Case study : collective site management and coordination
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Case study : collective site management and coordination
File Size : 2.89 MB
Date : 10 May 2016
The experience of SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL in North Lebanon governorate
Cash transfer program in Northern Syria - Case study
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Cash transfer program in Northern Syria - Case study
File Size : 3.25 MB
Date : 17 December 2015
Case study: Implementation of cashbased projects in Aleppo governorate.
Cash Transfer Programs
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Cash Transfer Programs
File Size : 4.40 MB
Date : 17 December 2015
Cash Transfer Programs (CTP) are increasingly used to meet people's needs during and after emergencies and during recovery.
Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) - 4 page brochure
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Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) - 4 page brochure
File Size : 5.12 MB
Date : 14 April 2015
In the past ten years, over 250 million people have been affected by natural disasters, whether sudden (floods, earthquake) or slow onset (drought), and 95% of them live in developing countries. Natural disasters marginalise the most vulnerable, threaten their livelihoods, and may also cause or exacerbate conflict. In light of this situation, SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL has incorporated Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR ) in its areas of intervention.

Position paper : Child protection
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Position paper : Child protection
File Size : 1.34 MB
Date : 29 December 2014
Today, children in every country, culture and society face different forms of abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence. These abuses take place at home, in school, at work, in the community, in armed conflict and natural disasters. The violence children face takes many forms, such as sexual exploitation and abuse, trafficking, physical and humiliating punishment, harmful traditional practices (including early marriage and female genital mutilation/cutting) and recruitment into armed forces and groups. Girls face additional risks, particularly sexual violence and exploitation. Growing up with violence seriously affects a child’s development, dignity, and integrity. 
 
 
Position paper : Taking gender into account
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Position paper : Taking gender into account
File Size : 711.77 kB
Date : 22 December 2014

Paying attention to gender issues is about acknowledging different needs, capacities and contributions of women, men, girls and boys. Ignoring or being blind to these different needs can have serious implications for the protection and survival of people caught up in humanitarian crises. women, men, girls and boys play different roles within the family and community, and have different levels of access to power and resources. Conflicts, natural disasters or epidemics impact livelihoods and force women, men, girls and boys to adopt new strategies to survive. Some coping strategies can increase the risk of gender-based violence (GBV) or impact a certain group more than another.

 

Typhoon Hagupit - Briefing Paper
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Typhoon Hagupit - Briefing Paper
File Size : 1.19 MB
Date : 18 December 2014
Assessment - Recommendations for Action - Positioning
The case of Daram Island and Villareal Bay, Western Samar 

At a glance: Read about our Assessment, recommendations for Action and SOLIDARITES INTERNATIONAL’s positioning on the consequences of the typhoon Hagupit
Philippines : Rapid Assessment Report - Hagupit
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Philippines : Rapid Assessment Report - Hagupit
File Size : 1.07 MB
Date : 18 December 2014

Typhoon Hagupit / Ruby - Multi sector Needs Assessment Intervention Report (Western) Samar Philippines

On December 5th 2014, Typhoon Hagupit (known locally as Ruby) hit the Eastern Samar Region of the Philippines near Dolores , as a Category 3 Typhoon bringing maximum sustained winds of 175 km/h, gustiness of up 210 km/h and torrential rains up to 30 mm/hour. It was very slow moving and affected this region for more than a full night, which increased the overall physical and psychological impact on the communities on its path. Hagupit continued to move through the Philippines as a tropical storm and went out of the Philippines Area of Responsibility on the evening of 10 December 2014.

Philippines : Concept Note (Western) Samar
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Philippines : Concept Note (Western) Samar
File Size : 729.73 kB
Date : 18 December 2014

Concept note of the emergency response for communities affected by the typhoon Hagupit in (Western) Samar, Philippines.

On 6th December 2014, Typhoon Hagupit (known locally as Ruby) came ashore near Dolores in the Eastern Samar Region of the Philippines, as a Category 3 Typhoon bringing maximum sustained winds of 175 km/h, gustiness of up 210 km/h and torrential rains up to 30 mm/hour. It was very slow moving and affected this region for more than a full night, which increased the overall physical and psychological impact on the communities on its path. Hagupit continued to move through the Philippines as a tropical storm and went out of the Philippines Area of Responsibility on the evening of 10 December 2014.

Disaster Risk Reduction
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Disaster Risk Reduction
File Size : 634.32 kB
Date : 03 July 2013
Natural disasters exacerbate poverty and hunger by destroying homes, crops, food stocks, economies and infrastructure. Poor populations become even more marginalised when a disaster destroys their means of production, and thereby threatens their revenu from regular activities.
Main results of the "open markets" project in DRC
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Main results of the 'open markets' project in DRC
File Size : 117.31 kB
Date : 29 December 2012

In October 2011, SOLIDARITES INTERNATIONAL launched a six-month pilot project, funded by UNICEF, aiming to improve the resilience of vulnerable populations in the area around Djugu. This project, funded by the ARCC tool (Alternative Response for Communities in Crisis), consists in providing exchangeable coupons which can be used to buy directly from selected local storeholders, thus proposing a wide range of non-food items to  the beneficiary households. This article presents the main conclusions of the project evaluation to establish its impact on the resilience of the beneficiary populations and on the local economy.

Article technique “Impact Assessment Study on the Living Conditions of Women and Children, Haïti” - Aselfech Tesfaye Blouët and Gregory Bulit – FACTS Reports - Special Issue - Women's and Children's Health - June 2012
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Article technique “Impact Assessment Study on the Living Conditions of Women and Children, Haïti” - Aselfech Tesfaye Blouët and Gregory Bulit – FACTS Reports - Special Issue - Women's and Children's Health - June 2012
File Size : 302.64 kB
Date : 02 June 2012

This article, published in the magazine FACTS in June 2012, was written by a consultant and a member of our technical department. The aim of this study is to linger over the consequences of the earthquake of January 2010 on women and children and on the awareness/ or not of their specific features in humanitarian programs (in SI ones in particular). Some recommendations are formulated in order to improve our practices.

 

A study of chronic poverty in southwestern Bangladesh, an area exposed to climatic risks
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A study of chronic poverty in southwestern Bangladesh, an area exposed to climatic risks
File Size : 221.04 kB
Date : 27 April 2012

This report highlights the main results of a study carried out by SOLIDARITES INTERNATIONAL from November 2011 to June 2012 in collaboration with the local ONG Uttaran. The study covered the coastal belt in southwestern Bangladesh, an area severely affected by Cyclone Aila in 2009. The goal of this study was to identify the major challenges, impacts and effects of climate change on the livelihood opportunities of people from this area but also to identify the population's level of resilience and their coping strategies following natural disasters.

 
 
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