The project targets the most prioritized districts of Sana'a (Arhab) and Al Hudaydah (Bajil and Al Qanawis) in order to provide emergency protection support for 6280 vulnerable population of IDPs and host communities. This project focuses on establishing community centers in the targeted districts to mainly enabling and strengthening the IDP and host communities. Besides, target groups are provided with a safe environment/forum to enhance their proactive engagement in decision making that affect their lives. Such centers support the most vulnerable cases with cash assistance as well as emergency cash assistance for the victim people affected by the war like airstrikes and clashes. This type of assistance will be provided with case management through individual follow-ups. For an effective protection response, the SDF will include eligible team such as social workers and psychologists in the community center to conduct case management, update the services and referrals map, follow up and manage safe referral. For the child protection response, they track the families' reunion, provide foster families for unaccompanied children and assist the victim children, survivors, and vulnerable GBV children. Other target groups who are benefitted are people with special needs and the elderly. Moreover, the community centers provide legal assistance for people who don’t have legal documents, including support for legal issues. Livelihood activities are also managed in this project to contribute in mitigating poverty and increasing sustainable livelihood opportunities for the vulnerable IDPs and host communities through the establishment of micro businesses with low cost in order to meet the urgent needs of vulnerabilities.

 

To focus fully on the goals of sustainable

development and humanitarian response.