About our work in the Middle East:
With the Community Protection Approach (CPA) acting as the backbone of WeWorld’s methodology of intervention in Palestine, and by participating as a key actor in the West Bank Protection Consortium (WBPC), WeWorld works in the West Bank within the framework of Human Rights, Humanitarian Aid and Development. More specifically, it engages in a multisectoral approach in the area of Integrated Protection, WASH, Livelihoods, Gender, Education, and Rural Development, besides being an active stakeholder in the process of operationalizing the Nexus Approach.
The main focus of WeWorld’s action is to empower communities among the vulnerable Palestinian population and work in close collaboration with the beneficiaries.
As of today, seven projects are being implemented in different areas of the West Bank (including Area C) in the area of Humanitarian Aid and Development, designed with the aim of prioritizing several objectives of contributing to the protection of vulnerable populations at risk of forcible transfer, promoting gender equality, increasing access to water, as well as promoting local economic development.
Apart from the work taking place in the West Bank, several of our projects are also focused on Gaza. Currently, these projects approach different issues of concern for the communities in the region.
Our projects work on building a more resilient economy and environment, contributing to increased access to basic quality health services, contributing to increased access to basic quality health services, as well as other water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) issues.
The Middle East’s latest:
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…
The need to operationalize and bridge the divide between Humanitarian, Development, and Peace-related actions is a direct commitment of the Grand Bargain resulting from the 2016 World Humanitarian Summit. Yet no clear guidance on how best to achieve the goals…