From passive victim to active survivor:
AGO implements human rights protection programs aimed at vulnerable groups: children, adolescents, women, the elderly, people with disabilities, and displaced persons. We provide protection services and ensure a multi-sector response that always places the individual at the center of our interventions. In particular, we ensure protection to the survivors of gender-based violence and vulnerable children; we support access to food assistance and livelihood opportunities for groups suffering discrimination, as well as mitigating their exposure to new threats. In response to the increase in socio-political and environmental crises, we provide protection to vast numbers of displaced persons and returnees in the areas in which we operate, providing safe Protection services and guaranteeing access to safe food and water.In order to re-establish community mechanisms for preventing and eliminating wrongdoings, we support the mobilization and involvement of the community for the benefit of the most vulnerable groups. We also promote the empowerment of groups suffering discrimination, providing political, economic and social instruments enabling them to improve their life conditions and be recognized as citizens with equal rights.
AGO core protection intervention:
Gender-based violence (GBV)
Child protection (CP)
Mental health psychosocial support(MHPSS)
Legal protection and Assistance.
AGO protection programs toward the durable solutions and development:
AGO’s Strategic objective is to work with the governmental department including the Ministry of labor and social affairs(MOLSA) and its directorate at the governorate level to enhance their capacity and advocate for people’s rights by engaging them in social protection programs and governmental assistance.
We Protection focused activities on :
Capacity building for MoSLA staff.
Advocacy toward rights.
AGO Guided principles by:
Core humanitarian principles
Child protection minimum standards
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Child rights convention (CRC)