Humanitarian Assistance


Empower communities to mitigate protection risks and strengthen communities’ resilience and peaceful coexistence; Reducing vulnerabilities by increasing access to humanitarian assistance, basic, social and protection services and facilities. Enhance self-reliance and achieve solutions for all persons of concerns (PoCs)


Child Protection

Ensuring every child, including adolescents;

1- learns and acquires skills for the future;

2- is protected from violence, exploitation, abuse, neglect, and harmful practices;

Humanitarian Assistance


Ensure psychosocial support for vulnerable children and protective spaces for learning Psychosocial Support (PSS) activities that focus on child wellbeing: skills and knowledge, emotional wellbeing and social wellbeing. Non-formal Education: Non-formal education's primary focus is on practical knowledge, i.e. diverse range of skills along with literacy or numeracy, lead to the society socio economic development.


Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

Channeling the humanitarian assistance towards beneficiaries’ access to safe and equitable water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) services and supplies, and ensuring the beneficiaries live in a safe and sustainable climate and environment;

Humanitarian Assistance

Food Security and Agriculture (FSAC)

1. Supporting the communities to have urgent access to food & nutrition needs. 2. Improving nutrition, health & education activities for most vulnerable 3. Empowerment of beneficiaries to have a sustainable livelihood

Health: Information, Education, and Communication (IEC)


Addressing critical problems related to physical and mental well-being, as well as critical problems related to healthy living standards of beneficiaries.

Addressing critical problems related to healthy living standards of beneficiaries and addressing the critical problems related to coping mechanisms.

Cross Cutting Issues

Accountability to Affected Population (AAP)

Humanitarian Assistance
Mainstreaming age, gender, and diversity (AGD) as a cross cutting issue in all aspects of its work with the aim to ensure that persons of concern (children, adolescent, youths, older persons, women, men, girls and boys of different background (disability, minorities) can enjoy their rights on an equal footing and participate meaningfully in the decisions that affect their lives, families, and communities

Gender-Based Violence (GBV)

Humanitarian Assistance
Across the operations, WASSA prioritize two mutually reinforcing objectives to address violence:
• Reducing the risk of violence for all persons of concern
• Ensuring all survivors of violence have adequate and timely access to quality services that meet their needs

Protection Against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA):

Humanitarian Assistance
WASSA aims to reduce the risk of, prevent and respond to SEA by personnel, partners, or other entities and persons involved in providing humanitarian or development assistance to ensure that allegations of SEA are reported and responded to in a timely and appropriate manner.

Gender Mainstreaming

Humanitarian Assistance
Gender Mainstreaming is an approach, a means to achieve the goal of gender equality. Mainstreaming involves ensuring that gender perspectives and attention to the goal of gender equality are central to all activities - policy development, research, advocacy/ dialogue, legislation, resource allocation, and planning, implementation and monitoring of programs and projects.