The Individual Protection Approach (IPA) is a system to identify and assess individuals and families whose immediate physiological, dignity and safety needs are not met. It supports, through guidance or mediation, the linking of rights-holders to an appropriate service provider for the purpose of receiving the assistance needed within a reasonable timeframe. It provides real time analysis on gaps and challenges faced to access services.
February-May 2021, the IPA was piloted in the occupied Palestinian territory to understand the effectiveness of the response system against the complexity of the situation and its multisectoral implications as well as to assess the feasibility of applying the IPA for the entirety of the communities where the CPA could be implemented.
Download the fact sheet to read more about this pilot and the added value of the IPA IPA in the oPt Fact Sheet 2021
You can read the full IPA Feasibility Study here: https://cpainitiative.org/the-individual-protection-approach-feasibility-study/