This sector aims to minimize the suffering of the Internally Displaced People (IDPs) and protecting their dignity by providing them the required humanitarian assistance.
ADO has played a pioneering role in assisting IDPs with safe, dignified, appropriate living conditions, and easy access to essential services. In partnership with UNHCR, it started working in shelter and CCCM activities, on its own initiative and in collaboration with UNHCR. Accordingly, shelter and camp management activities continued to be implemented in a number of projects. Approximately 5,200 mobile shillings were completed in partnership with UNHCR and OCHA. ADO continued to implement CCCM activities. It has also established the Camp Management Manual in participation with the cluster in the design work for the transitional shelter from the local materials in Tehama. ADO went on with providing monthly financial assistance for shelter materials to 156 HHs on a continued basis
Through this program, the organization aims to provide appropriate and safe shelter materials for the displaced to the most vulnerable people in order to alleviate their suffering and protect their dignity. It also works to manage the camps for the displaced and assist them in improving the conditions of displacement. As 580,785 male and female beneficiaries benefited from 5,500 transitional shelters until April 2020.