The SPF responded with agility to the Beirut blast of August 4, 2020. To address the urgent need of the population affected by the blast, the SPF supported the Lebanon Reform, Recovery and Reconstruction Framework, which provides a roadmap to operationalize the findings of the Rapid Damage Needs Assessment.
The SPF supported a critical assessment which identifies the common causes of violence against women and children in 11 of Uganda’s 12 refugee hosting districts, and provides recommendations on strengthening response, prevention and protection against Gender-Based Violence and Violence Against Children.
Uganda Development Response to Displacement Impacts Project
The SPF funded the preparation and publication of a practical guide on how to effectively identify, assess, and manage the risk of violence against children, in context of a development response to forced displacement in Uganda.
Post the August 4 explosion in Beirut, the SPF responded with agility to support the Rapid Damage and Needs Assessment that recommends an effective framework for Reform, Recovery and Reconstruction for building back a better Lebanon.
Strengthening Youth Resilience to Radicalization: Evidence from Tajikistan (2020)
The SPF supported a detailed analysis of what drives young people in Central Asia to become radicalized and vulnerable to recruitment by violent extremist groups, and what can be done to help prevent this?
The SPF supported risk assessment and analysis of gender-based violence (GBV) and linkages between women economic empowerment and GBV risk reduction. The report also listed targeted recommendations to mitigate risks in project design and implementation. Risk Assessment and Analysis I Blog