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What is SRD Framework?

It is a conflict sensitive framework as our focus is on conflict affected communities.

Friday, 21 June 2013 14:49

PARTICIPATION

Participation is the involvement of stakeholders in all aspects of the program cycle – strategic planning, action planning, assessment through to design, implementation, monitoring, evaluation.

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PROTECTING AND PROMOTING RIGHTS

Through our services, community members should be informed of their rights and how to claim them.

  • Strengthen state capacity to respect/ensure rights.
  • Ensuring Equal Access
  • Accountability

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CAPACITY BUILDING

Increase the knowledge, ability/skills and resources of individuals, groups, institutions to perform core functions effectively and understand humanitarian and development objectives

Friday, 21 June 2013 14:42

SRD serves

SRD serves:

  • Refugees
  • IDPs
  • Communities Victimized by conflict and oppression worldwide
  • Marginalized communities

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GOAL

Contribute in the provision of DURABLE SOLUTIONS!

ContributionContribution margin in cost accounting and analysis.

Friday, 21 June 2013 14:37

What is SRD Framework?

 

It is the SRD’s identity that includes:

  • Common goal – durable solutions
  • Common aims – saving lives, strengthening institutions and promoting social cohesion.
  • Common programming principles – protection and promotion of rights, and sustainable development

 

Friday, 21 June 2013 14:33

SRD Framework

Guides SRD work, whether in a post-conflict country, a refugee camp, internally displaced people, or war - affected community, whatever the sector.

Saturday, 15 June 2013 10:17

Women and Child Care Projects

Women and Child Care Projects

 

Provide women, pregnant women, children and survivors of war, civil strife or other conflicts, with the tools and resources to move outside the crisis area and poverty to stability and self-sufficiency, thereby promoting viable civil societies, providing much needed educational and economic opportunities, as well as social services as follow:

• Vocational Training and Programs (literacy training, computer training and career counseling).

•Health Awareness Programs including the need for vaccinations, clean drinking water and hygiene.

• Focus on infant and child health and reducing infant mortality rates. Maternal Child Health Programs, Equipment acquisition and installation, and Medical Surveillance.

• Rights awareness, elections, campaigning, and general advocacy and democracy training.

•  Income Generation skills for small Business projects.

• Social Services Referral (legal aid and benefits counseling, referral to police and shelter systems in cases of abuse).

•  Promote the role of woman in Democracy & Development.

 

Humanitarian Emergency Projects (Food and Non-Food Distribution and Winterization)

In the event that the war continues for some time and lack of food or water, or the threat of violence makes it impossible for Iraqis to remain in their homes, we aim to guarantee that IDPs and vulnerable groups have access to basic, life-sustaining resources in ways that meet the accepted international standards in the areas of shelter, food and water supplies, and emergency aid.

 

 

 

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 Sustainable Research and Development Center, SRD | Amman 11941, Jordan, P.O. Box: 2564 | F: +962 6 5000362 | M (Jordan): +962 79 7600 116  or +962 77 92222 09 | M (Iraq): +964 77 1610 8763 | Skype: srdedu |Email: srd@srd.edu.jo