ADO works to prevent, reduce, mitigate and respond to protection threats, especially towards those communities affected by displacement, conflict and/ or vulnerable groups in Yemen. It has established the protection programme based on three main pillars: Child protection, gender-based violence (which is specific to Gender & Development Sector), and general Protection
It aims to protect children from being victims or turning violent through recreational activities at friendly spaces, case management, and referrals of unaccompanied children, early mirage victims, and war- injured children
GENDER BASED VIOLENCE (GBV):
The Gender-Based Violence is a self-funded Protection project implemented by ADO to protect women victims from domestic violence by providing them with the required legal and/or financial assistance.
General protection is a self-funded project where the most vulnerable IDPs and host community members receive financial aid to reduce the impact of war.
It aims to protect the most vulnerable members of the society from being victims or criminals as a result of polarization and lack of opportunities.