PSEA Fund deliverables
19 December, 2021

Al-Dameer Association for Human Rights, OPT

Subject / PSEA fund deliverable /
ALDAMEER_IMAGE
Description

Al-Dameer Association conducted 40 awareness-raising sessions in various cities such as Gaza, Rafah, Beit Hanoun and Nuseirat, with 872 women, girls, PwD, youth and men, to improve the level of community knowledge and awareness on PSEA. The NGO also held a social media campaign on Twitter and Facebook by developing an animation awareness video and broadcasting 2 radio episodes on PSEA and reporting channels which have reached 10,000 persons through more than 30 posts. 2 banners, 430 posters and 460 brochures which define SEA and give information on existing reporting mechanisms were designed and distributed to partners and the wider population. The NGO also conducted 2 capacity-building training courses to strengthen institutional capacity on complaint and reporting mechanisms with 22 staff and volunteer personnel of the organization, in particular the youth team, and 18 staff members of partner organisations.

Resources shared include:

  • a billboard in Arabic on PSEA and how to report
  • a poster in Arabic on PSEA and how to report
  • Brochure in Arabic with information on PSEA, and how to report.
  • a series of social media posts in Arabic with information on PSEA, and how to report.
  • awareness raising sessions for women, girls, PwD, youth and men.
  • capacity-building training courses in Arabic for humanitarian workers and volunteers, which include¬† training materials explaining SEA concepts, risks and prevention and response mechanisms.
  • Radio show episodes in Arabic on PSEA, SEA risks, mechanisms of protection provided to women and children and reporting channels, targeting affected communities, women, girls, Persons with Disabilities, youth and men. The organization also produced an English translation of the content.
  • animated video in Arabic to raise awareness on PSEA and to provide information on where and how to report, targeting affected communities, women, girls, Persons with Disabilities, youth and men. The organization also produced an English translation of the content.