Emergencies

In response to this worsening humanitarian situation and the persisting inequalities, we have identified four regional priority intervention areas across our 23 countries:
• Providing life-saving assistance through the use of a ‘minimum initial service package’ for sexual and reproductive health in emergency settings;
• Acknowledging the high levels of gender-based violence and develop a support service for survivors;
• Efficient use of data and information on existing services and supplies to ensure better preparation, effective response and post crisis management;
• Building the resilience of vulnerable populations - especially young people - by ensuring a link between emergency relief interventions and existing efforts to build resilience and bring about sustainable development.

In response to this worsening humanitarian situation and the persisting inequalities, we have identified four regional priority intervention areas across our 23 countries:

• Providing life-saving assistance through the use of a ‘minimum initial service package’ for sexual and reproductive health in emergency settings;

• Acknowledging the high levels of gender-based violence and develop a support service for survivors;

• Efficient use of data and information on existing services and supplies to ensure better preparation, effective response and post crisis management;

• Building the resilience of vulnerable populations - especially young people - by ensuring a link between emergency relief interventions and existing efforts to build resilience and bring about sustainable development.