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Community / Land projects / CCCM response for conflict affected population in Abyan, Lahj ,Marib, Hajja and Hodeida (Priority 2)

CCCM response for conflict affected population in Abyan, Lahj ,Marib, Hajja and Hodeida (Priority 2)

€1145256.115

10/22 - 04/24

Completado

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Objectives

The project aims at supporting 34,981 IDPs (7,724 men, 7,786 women, 9,557 girls, 9,914 boys) in 19 IDPs hosting sites (7 currently and 12 newly targeted sites) in five governorates ( Abyan, Lahj, Marib, Hajjah and Hodeida) to access life-saving and protection assistance. In the 7 sites (Hajjah and Lahj gov.) this project will ensure the continuation of CCCM programming and complementing with ICLA. The newly targeted sites are currently underserved and have highly vulnerable IDP populations. Therefore, the provision of CCCM programming will be essential to address the IDPs critical humanitarian assistance gaps NRC will use two modalities adapted to the contexts of each site. The first modality is localized CCCM approach in Hajjah and Hodeida governorate through the existing local partners. NRC has existing partnership agreements with national NGOs, Rawabi Alnahdhah for Development Foundation (RADF) and Jeel Al Bena Association for Humanitarian Development (JAAHD) and will expand its partnership under this project. These agencies are responsible for the implementation of site level management and coordination activities, while NRC provides technical and procurement support as well as continue to lead on area level coordination. The second modality is mobile CCCM teams in Lahj, Abyan and Marib. In all sites, NRC will apply a CCCM Mobile Site Management (MSM) approach to ensure that inter-agency coordination at site level is strengthened through timely and effective information management. NRC will conduct site monitoring and referral system which is enabled by site monitoring , and a functioning information sharing and feedback/complaint mechanisms, fostering accountability, community engagement and compliance with humanitarian standards. NRC will support committee-based community representation in the target sites where community representation is not yet functional, NRC will facilitate the selection and establishment of community representatives to be able to act as agents for their communities. The representatives will be trained on leadership, community-based planning methodologies and will receive technical and material support to implement small community-led solutions to identified problems, with an emphasis on the needs and inclusion of vulnerable groups such as women, girls, youth, and persons with disabilities. Access to Housing, Land and Property (HLP) rights is one of the main issues that IDPs residing in displacement sites are facing with. NRC will, therefore, conduct awareness raising sessions on HLP rights, enabling IDPs to learn increase their knowledge about their rights to housing and land ownership and their to be saved safe against forced eviction. NRC will conduct forced eviction monitoring at the targeted sites to identify any potential threats of eviction. NRC will provide post-eviction cash to the vulnerable families to facilitate their relocation and settlement in the new sites. Access to Housing, Land and Property (HLP) rights is one of the main issues that IDPs residing in displacement sites are facing with. NRC will, therefore, conduct awareness raising sessions on HLP rights, enabling IDPs to learn increase their knowledge about their rights to housing and land ownership and their to be saved safe against forced eviction. NRC will conduct forced eviction monitoring at the targeted sites to identify any potential threats of eviction. NRC will build the capacity of those involved in addressing HLP disputes around the IDPs sites, including local authorities, Site Focal Points, humanitarian actors and community committee members.

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