Assessment of Vulnerabilities Faced to IDPs in QARGHA – Kabul

The research is aimed to explore and communicate the vulnerabilities faced to IDPs and their livelihood conditions from the QARGHA camp to the national and international actors. The findings and facts presented in the research thesis are a combination of both primary data and secondary information. The research thesis initially provides a general overview on internal displacement in the country. It mainly focus on the specific types of vulnerabilities faced to IDPs in QARHA camp in terms of access to basic humanitarian needs (food, employment, shelter, water, sanitation, health, and education). The lastly report provides concrete recommendations for improving livelihoods conditions of IDPs settled in QARGHA Camp.

Sharing special food products at family and community levels

Administration of Plumpy’Doz in a CMAM program, Bangladesh. All watching, one eating (Source: UNHCR  Bangladesh)

Administration of Plumpy’Doz in a CMAM program, Bangladesh

In a context where many western public opinions tend to be reluctant towards the way humanitarian aid is delivered, developing a better understanding of food aid diversion is essential to effectively and efficiently address the problem. If food aid diversion is quite documented at a macroscopic level, some specific aspects are less understood while, depending on the magnitude and severity of their recurrence, they can seriously impact nutrition programs’ effectiveness and credibility.

Emotional intelligence capacity building in developing leaders of social change organisations

The nature of emerging social change organizations is that they are adversity and change facing and adversity and change generating. Adversity in this context is an event that triggers a failure appraisal. This implies an on-going, if not chronic potential for of failure appraisal events. This is the recognition that the social change organisation leader is compelled to address a higher degree of emotional and task uncertainty significantly different from a leader entering an established corporate culture.

Consequently the leader needs emotional intelligence and problem solving capacities. The success of leader’s problem solving capacity is influenced by the quality

UN Security and its implementation in NGOs

Psychological Intervention in Emergencies

Accountant Plan to small and medium non-profit organizations in a single sheet!

Human Rights training material for Secondary School

FGM is one of the causes of the lack of progress on the MDGs in sub-Saharan region

Apart from FGM, being a Gender Based Violence act, it is a dangerous practice and violation of human rights for Infants, young girls and women, huge a hindrance to attaining the millennium development goals MDG 3, 4, 5 and 6.

Female genital mutilation/cutting/circumcision (FGM or FGC) are terms used to incorporate a wide range of traditional practices that involve the partial or total removal of the external female genitalia basically for traditional and cultural reasons in mostly African and Middle East societies.

Mainstreaming risk management in development

Aid and Women’s Economic Empowerment in Zambia – The Case of World Vision

Microfinance is about much more than access to money. It is about women gaining control over the means to make a living. It is about women lifting themselves out of poverty and vulnerability. It is about women achieving economic and political empowerment within their homes, their villages, their countries (Mayoux, 2002:2). Ngulube interrogates the veracity, validity and universal applicability of the foregoing assertion and several other similar ones with specific reference to the work of World Vision Zambia. He explores theoretical frameworks that underpin women’s economic empowerment programs. In addition, he gives a balanced treatise of both supporters of aid and its overt critics and examines leading authors on empowerment.