Protection in Practice – Learning Snapshot

Project: Protection in Practice 6th October 2017

Whilst local responders are the first to respond to crises and often have access to locations where civilians are most vulnerable, there is insufficient support for local organisations to make sure their programming doesn’t harm people and/or to make sure they are able to respond to protection threats like gender-based violence, detention, abduction or displacement.

Learning by doing is the best way to learn, so the Protection in Practice project builds local partner capacity by training, mentoring and co-implementing projects with them simultaneously. This means that vulnerable people are helped at the same time as strengthening capacity.

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