Protection mainstreaming is introduced throughout RNVDO’s programming framework to assure community security and safety with a focus on gender specific concerns.

At present, RNVDO in partnership with War Child UK, is managing eight Temporary Learning Spaces (TLS) with a capacity of 4100 students.  Trainings have been carried out for 42 teachers to build their education skills and enhance protection support.  In addition, RNVDO will start rehabilitating 10 schools in Hamam Al Alil including distribution of textbooks for students.  More trainings have been planned for staff managing protection activities around CP, PSS, PFA, CM and referral systems.

RNVDO has also established an important partnership with Lutheran World Relief for project ‘Ana Fi Aman’ (I am Safe) that serves to enhance protection of 7,700 beneficiaries in West Mosul located in Wadi Hajar through capacity development and life skills trainings with a focus on children, women and youth.

A Child Friendly space has been established in July 2017 that provides special activities for children and referrals for trauma cases.  The space is also used to double up for women’s meetings and awareness activities on rights and life skills training.  Under this project, RNVDO has also set up a youth vocational training center at their office complex in West Mosul which provides support to link them up with employment opportunities.  Some of the anticipated trainings that are due to take off shortly are Computer proficiency, mobile soft/hardware repairs, English language classes, barbering, sewing and photography.

RNVDO is planning to run major projects with IOM, WCUK and Save the Children to held couples of awareness campaigns in Hamam Al alil camp and in Mosul city. RNVDO is regularly organizing PTA (parents & Teachers meeting – group meeting managed by RNVDO is aim to communicate the formal school’s management with the parent (IDPs and HC). Also, RNVDO managing the coordination meeting for all the protection partners in Jad’ah camps every two weeks in RNVDO office and discuss all the protection issues regarding Jad’ah camps populations.

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