EDUCATION IN HUMANITARIAN AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE SITUATIONS
Train and develop humanitarian servers so they are ready to respond to the changing and challenging context that is experienced in working directly with children, adolescents, young people and adults in humanitarian missions. In addition, it aims to create cohesion and unity of knowledge, practice and mastery of tools throughout the group. Strengthen the inner capacity for resilience in children, adolescents and young adults through art-education and education in emergency.
We work with displaced people, refugees or migrants, who suffered a direct loss of their human, physical, natural, financial and/or social resources as the result of a disaster, conflict or crisis, and who have the right to protect, recover, improve, strengthen and diversify their means of livelihood to face these situations. The means of having a livelihood reduces vulnerability, improves self-sufficiency and self-protection, and can facilitate the development of specific skills during the displacement. This has a positive impact on the wellbeing of people and expands their future opportunities, promoting their socioeconomic integration within a new context.
INSTITUTIONAL RELATIONS, HUMANITARIAN NEGOTIATION AND DIALOGUE
Train the internal team of humanitarian servers for promoting relations based on dialogue, cooperation and solidarity, promoting legitimacy, generating confidence, strengthening and guiding the making of decisions.
Train and teach the internal team of humanitarian servers, and also those of other organizations, besides the public in general, in knowledge relative to humanitarian actions, and the practice of this knowledge. For this purpose, international codes of conduct and humanitarian principles, the Sphere Handbook, and the values of the Humanitarian Fraternity (FIHF) are used as a foundation.
Management of shelters and the training of teams for the management of shelters based on the Humanitarian Charter, the concepts of the Sphere Handbook and the CCCM Toolkit, involving operational questions of the shelter, the areas of protection, community participation, distribution, registration and all coordination in a general way.