Shelter & Non Food Items
Give Where the Need is Greatest.
The shelter program aims to provide safe shelter for internally displaced persons by providing healthy living conditions with privacy and dignity to groups of people and families. This occurs in various forms such as camps, temporary or permanent housing.
Other components of the program include the distribution of non-food items for daily life such as seasonal clothing, cooking equipment, shelter kits and heaters for humanitarian purposes.
Areas of Proficiency
Supply of non-food items to persons in emergency situations: Rapid response taking into account the accuracy of needs assessment and response quality.
Support Transitional Shelter.
Running of solid shelter interventions: Support for return to the place of origin when conditions are appropriate for the rehabilitation of damaged houses and buildings.
Satisfactory emergency preparedness: Plan an emergency response by ensuring access to items and actions ready for appropriate interventions.