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Our Approaches


  1. Integrated programming. We form nexus between sectors like Peace building, General Protection, WASH Shelter and NFI’s, Gender Based Violence (GBV), Food Security and Livelihood (FSL), Returnee monitoring, Refugee Settlement, Camp Coordination and Camp Management and Economic Empowerment where the outcome of humanitarian response can transition communities to resilience, build capacities and stimulate growth.
  2. Simultaneous programming. We can concentrate in one area seeking to holistically address the challenges in this area. All programs are implemented at the same time and target the same population in order to reinforce each other, leverage on resource and contribute to multiple outcomes.
  3. Sequential programming. In disaster and natural calamity prone areas such as areas affected by floods and communal conflicts, we program in phases to ensure future risk mitigation and community preparedness such that after humanitarian response, the succeeding programs define long term solutions that minimize the disaster from recurring.

Gender Based Violence

Increase multi-sectoral capacity to prevent and respond to gender-based violence and harmful practices, including child marriage
HRSS will increasingly focus its attention on strengthening GBV prevention, risk mitigation and response through service provision, coordination, advocacy and linkages for women and girls including persons with Disabilities

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

Hope Restoration aims at responding to all Emergencies in WASH, and ensure availability of life saving NFI’s and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all by improving access to safe and affordable drinking water for all and improving access to adequate and equitable sanitation and hygiene for all while striving to end open defecation through paying special attention to the needs of women and girls and vulnerable populations.

Protection, Women Empowerment and Gender Based Violence (GBV)

Hope Restoration seeks to provide life-saving GBV prevention, response and risk mitigation activities by offering quality case management, psycho social support, counseling and referral pathways and achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls through:

  1. Reducing all forms of discrimination against all women and girls everywhere.
  2. Reducing all forms of violence against all women and girls in the public and private spheres, including trafficking, sexual, and other types of exploitation.
  3. Eliminating all harmful practices, such as child, early and forced marriage and female genital mutilation.
  4. Improving women’s full and effective participation and equal opportunities for leadership at all levels of decision making in political, economic and public life.

Peace Building and Conflict Transformation

Hope Restoration seeks to promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels through:

  1. Advocating for significant reduction of all forms of violence and related death rates everywhere.
  2. Promoting the rule of law at the lowest levels (Payams, Counties & sub-counties,) as well as, national and International levels and ensure equal access to justice for all.
  3. Advocating for development of effective, accountable and transparent institutions at all levels.
  4. Improving public access to information and   protecting fundamental right and freedoms in accordance with national legislation and international agreements.
  5. Advocating and promoting the enforcement of non-discriminatory laws and policies for sustainable development.

Food Security and Livelihood

Food security and livelihood is one of the main focus areas, HRSS supports vulnerable communities affected by conflict to recover and move towards self-reliance. Interventions address two important aspects of the respective communities: Immediate emergency humanitarian livelihoods support – This is help accorded to the most vulnerable households that have been affected by conflict and other disasters.

  1. Long-term food security and livelihood support – This program seeks to empower communities, especially women and other special groups, through different innovative approaches in order to change their lives through training on entrepreneurship and life skills, village farm schools, and village saving and loans associations (VSLAs) and other income-generating activities (IGA) aimed at changing their lives in the long term. Livestock support also forms one core area of engagement within the long-term food security and livelihood support. The Food Security and livelihood programme is integrated and mainstreamed across other programmes that HRSS is engaged in such as Water Hygiene and Sanitation (WASH), Health and nutrition, Protection, GBV and gender empowerment.
  2. Immediate emergency humanitarian livelihoods support – This is help accorded to the most vulnerable households. The program targets refugees and host communities. In this area, HRSS targets to support more than 10,000 individuals across region with vegetable seeds, crops, and agricultural tools.

Camp Coordination & Camp Management

  1. Hope Restoration works in established protection of civilian (POC) sites and host communities to ensure equal access and need based assistance to improve the quality of services for the people affected by displacement caused by conflict and insecurity in the Country. This Includes engagements, site management and Mobile Response.

Health and Nutrition

Hope Restoration aims to provide emergency and essential health and nutrition services to address immediate health needs of persons impacted by acute emergencies while providing support in primary healthcare in a way that would resonate well with community needs especially in the counties and localities of Leer, Panyijar, Mayiendit, Koch, Guit, Rubkona.

  1. Provide emergency and essential health and nutrition services to address immediate health needs of persons impacted by acute emergencies
  2. Reduce the maternal mortality rate.
  3. Reduce preventable deaths of new-borns and children under 5 years of age.
  4. Reduce new infections of AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, neglected tropical diseases, combat hepatitis, water-borne diseases, and other communicable diseases.
  5. Improve access to sexual and reproductive health-care services, including for family planning, information and education, and the integration of reproductive health into national strategies and programmes.

Spontaneous Returnee Monitoring

HRSS conducts protection monitoring at the border crossing points to monitor spontaneous refugee returnees cross border movements. We also work closely with The UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR and other agencies in Mayiendit, Leer and Panyijar counties to asses, collect and analyze information on returnees’ intentions and needs to inform solutions interventions

Economic Empowerment for Women, Girls and youth

Empower Women and girls especially the poorest and most excluded economically and socially to benefit from development, this will entail consolidating the livelihoods of women and other venerable groups in communities through capacity building and provision of income generating activities.

Delivery of Reproductive Health services and HIV prevention and management

Increase access to information and services for maternal health, family planning and HIV prevention to crisis affected population, particularly women and adolescent girls


Our key pillars in programming

  1. We focus on social behavior communication in peace building, GBV, WASH as well as adoption of good health seeking behaviors
  2.  Lack of capacity is a major barrier in development, we build resilience among communities through capacity strengthening, training coaching and mentorship
  3. In Food security and livelihood, we create market linkages and alternative sources of income
  4. We strive to generate knowledge through research, assessment, barrier analysis and document best practices across different sectors
  5. Finally, we advocate for peace and governance
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