Executive summary for CCSDPT Progress Analysis
Voluntary Repatriation Standards and Principles
CCSDPT-UNHCR Strategic Framework for Durable Solutions
CCSDPT Impact of Resettlement Report
Border Map & Populations
Prevention of Sexual Abuse and Exploitation (PSAE)
The PSAE project, funded by US Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, is designed to support the member agencies of the CCSDPT and their partners to strengthen complementary programmatic and operational initiatives to prevent and respond to cases of sexual abuse and exploitation of beneficiaries perpetrated by members of humanitarian staff in Thailand. The project benefits the entire Thai/Burma refugee program. It supports all organizations engaged in the delivery of services to refugees, and complements and draws upon the resources of other global and localized initiatives. The goal of the project is to provide an environment where refugees, particularly those most vulnerable in their communities, know they are able to access services free of abuse and exploitation, and to strengthen the commitment and capacity of humanitarian agencies to respond to and prevent incidents from occurring.
The project’s main objectives are
To increase the capacity of CCSDPT organizations and stakeholders working in the Thai/Burma border camps to quickly, effectively and humanely respond to cases of sexual abuse and exploitation, as well as mainstream PSAE into all programmatic and operational sectors.
To increase awareness among the refugee population about their rights and entitlements through appropriate mediums and information dissemination of key messages.
To assist CCSDPT agencies in strengthening organizational systems to establish a zero tolerance policy towards abuse and exploitation, and develop coordinated consistent mechanisms for response.
To provide training, awareness raising and technical assistance on the Secretary General’s Code of Conduct and Inter Agency Standing Committee (IASC) protocols and procedures, as well as the development of tools and resources for us by all members of the CCSDPT.
For more information about this initiative, please contact: Corinne Day, CCSDPT Executive Coordinator, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Other documents
Guidelines for Gender-based Violence Interventions in Humanitarian Settings
Protecting Refugees - Field Guide for NGOs