2 Days Training on Improving Identification, Referral, and Assistance Procedures for Victims of Human Trafficking and Vulnerable Smuggled Migrants in Pakistan
2 Days Training on Improving Identification, Referral, and Assistance Procedures for Victims of Human Trafficking and Vulnerable Smuggled Migrants in Pakistan. The team of Sukh Development Foundation Participated in training. Mr. Muhammad Zohaib (Program Manager), Miss. Suman Bhatti (Project Officer) Joined the training with UN-IOM Team and other development sector fellows. UN- IOM’s Approach to Protection and Assistance for Vulnerable Migrants - Protection principles - Determinants of Migrant Vulnerability Model - Victim Identification, Screening, and Referral Procedures - Guidelines, procedures, and best practices Service Delivery - Case management approach - SOPs on Service Delivery for Victims in Pakistan Mainstreaming human rights and gender-sensitive approaches.
Training of Trainer (TOT) organized by UN-OCHA & WHH Rapid Needs Assessment (RNA) is a process used by organizations and authorities to quickly gather crucial information about the immediate needs and priorities of individuals or communities affected by a disaster, emergency, or crisis. The main goal of an RNA is to rapidly collect data to understand the extent and nature of the impact, assess the most urgent needs, and inform decision-making for effective response and recovery efforts. From 7 Districts Sukh Development Foundation participated. #floodresponse #UNOCHA