ADO organization aims to ensure a people centered approach to achieve better outcomes and improve accountability by placing affected populations at the center of decision-making and at the center of action to promote meaningful access, safety and dignity with a desire to meet humanitarian needs, to systematically reduce those needs, and to increase resilience.

This approach ensures awareness of the different needs and capacities of women, girls, boys and men of all ages, people with disabilities, and other diverse characteristics. Such awareness informs what we do, how we do it and with whom. Building on our collective experience and through these actions, we endeavor to better protect and improve the lives of those affected people.
ADO Channels for receiving

complaints and feedback.

1.  Leadership and Governance:

Agency mechanisms identify and maintain equal partnerships with local actors that enable people of all gender, age, disability, and displacement status, and other diversities, to drive decisions that affect their own lives, well-being, dignity and protection and ensure that responses are lean and tailored to the context and build upon the capacities of affected populations.

2.  Participation and partnership:

Increasing Resilience through Innovative and Sustainable Improvement of Food Security and Livelihoods for Returnees, IDPs, and Host Communities in the Western Coastal areas of Yemen. The project is concerned with fish farming and capacity building for the fishermen and how the fishermen can be capable to plan and improve their work on the correlation with the climate change

3.  Transparency:

Providing information and working in an open manner that allows stakeholders to obtain the necessary information to preserve their interests and make decisions, and therefore it is the process that makes information clear and public to stakeholders, enabling them to clearly understand decisions and procedures, away from any ambiguity in the work that creates a kind of suspicion. This increases the amount of mutual trust and a broader ability for the organization to communicate with the beneficiaries or stakeholders.

4.  Complaints and feedback mechanism:

Adopt agency mechanisms that support collective and participatory approaches that inform and listen to communities, address feedback and lead to corrective action. Recognize that information is a critical component of the response. Information from agency-specific community engagement should systematically influence the collective response.