Information About Humanitarian Work


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Prepared by Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) / The Camp Management Project (CMP).


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“Sphere” project is a voluntary initiative gathered a large group of humanitarian agencies around a common goal is reflected in the improvement of the quality of humanitarian assistance and strengthen the accountability of the actors in front of founders, donors and affected populations.

Sphere Project was established in 1997 as an organization is not based on membership are subject to the management board consists of representatives from the global network of humanitarian agencies to become a vibrant community today includes workers in the field of humanitarian response from all over the world.

Based and “Sphere” project on the guide entitled Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Response set of common principles of global minimum which has the greatest fame and international recognition by working in the field of humanitarian response standards.
“Sphere project works for the world recognizes the right of all people affected by disasters to rebuild their lives and how to win them over to live in ways that respect their views and promote their dignity and maintain their own security.”
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Syriarelief Netwrok Sector (1)An explanation of the Camps Management & Coordinating Sector in 2015

The humanitarian action within the camps management includes the following fields:

  • Camps coordinating: the definition of camps coordinating is coordination between the responsibilities that aims to the development and supporting the national and regional plans for establishing and managing of collective settlements (integrating solutions and strategies). The main objective of the camps coordinating is achieving the appropriate humanitarian situation to deliver the aid and achieving the principles of the protection.
  • The camps management: Are the activities within the camp that focus on: coordinating services, establishing an alternate administrative mechanisms and mobilizing the local community, to maintain the camp infrastructure, gather and share information, provide Services and monitoring and control delivery parties.

The following attached file clarify the sector’s activities in 2015


Syriarelief Netwrok Sector (2)Food Security Sector & Livelihood in 2015

It mainly means the assessment of the community food situation that is affected by disasters and decide on better ways to facilitate access to food and provide it on a regular basis, either through food baskets, cash assistance, food vouchers, cooked meals or a mixture of previous aids. Its main focus is to increase the opportunities to gain a fixed income through securing production requirements, raw materials and invest the resources and available assistance to improve agricultural situation, animal output and its health, including which contribute directly to strengthening food security for families and increase its ability to ensure the basic requirements and reduction of poverty.

The following attached file clarifies the sector’s activities in 2015


Syriarelief Netwrok Sector (3) Sheltering Sector, And Non-Food Supplies in 2015

Humanitarian work within the shelter and non-food supplies includes the following fields:

  • Shelter and human settlements: rather than simply providing pre-made shelter products such as tents. The humanitarian active entities using a variety of methods to provide support to the Syrians in distress. These methods include providing basic shelter materials, technical support, cash assistance, increasing awareness, support of safe settlements, rent support or a combination of these methods, or other methods. Some of these methods involve construction, but many other methods doesn’t involve it. And the international group of shelter support these various orientations, which supports local solutions, and the international group of shelter recognizes the need to ensure comprehensive and integrated response and the shelter’s major role of protection support and early recovery.
  • Non-food supplies: non-food supplies comes next after securing shelter for Syrians in distress and require to meet these needs a set of appropriate means to prepare and cook the food and make sure its eatable, and securing clothing and beds, appropriate roofed space or shelter, and the means to heat the place with good ventilation, as well as access to basic services.

The following attached file clarifies the sector’s activities in 2015


Syriarelief Netwrok Sector (4) Health Sector 2015

Health care means providing diagnosis, treatment, prevention of diseases and injuries, psychological and mental problems to human beings through specialized staffs in various aspects of health-care services, including dental care, midwifery, medical and nursing services, ophthalmology psychological and pharmaceutical services.

Therefore, the activities of the health sector as one of the humanitarian work sectors is defined as all the work that leads to the providing of the services mentioned above or support it or contribution of these services and its development in a way that offers the access of primary, secondary and tertiary care for the targeted beside public health services in emergency situations.



Syriarelief Netwrok Sector (5)Water, Sanitation & Hygiene 2015

The water, sanitation and hygiene, waste management and combating disease vectors the main object of this sector and these sections considered an important factors for the human well-being in emergencies and disasters, so with it being neglected it will cause death and many diseases, one of the objectives of this sector is the community awareness and providing the services mentioned above, leading to an healthy an intact life through the following:

  • Follow proper hygiene rules
  • Reduce health risks posed by the environment.
  • Supplying drinking water.
  • Provide conditions which ensure people to live with health, dignity, comfort and safety.

The following attached file clarifies the sector’s activities in 2015


Syriarelief Netwrok Sector (6)Education Sector 2015

The main goal of education is to deliver the basic skills of literacy, writing, counting to ensure appropriate curriculum for the educated in the endangered society that education is a human right and is necessary for all people.

In addition to that the educated will be enabled to take good decisions on how to survive and take care of themselves and others in the midst of dangerous surroundings.

The education sector includes childhood early development, basic education, secondary education, non-official education, technical education, vocational education, higher education, adult education.

The following attached file clarifies the sector’s activities in 2015


Syriarelief Netwrok Sector (7)Logistics Sector 2015

The logistics group is responsible for the coordination and management of information and providing logistical services when needed to ensure an effective and useful logistical response in all the humanitarian operation.

To achieve this goal the logistics group is filling the gaps through logistical capacity-building, compatibility of requirements in the coordination of logistics services and does the needed activities across the leading United Nations Agency.

The following attached file clarifies the sector’s activities in 2015



Syriarelief Netwrok Sector (8)Regional Plan for refugees and strengthening the capability to facing with crises 2015-2016

Regional Plan for refugees and strengthening the capability to facing with crises 2015-2016

The plan is a coherent strategy led by regional countries and built on national response plans of the region’s countries. It combines 200 partner in the humanitarian and developmental field, including Governments, United Nations agencies, national and international NGO’s, it is a unique initiative aiming to expand and coordinate the development and humanitarian aid based on strengthening the capability to facing the crises and stability in order to cope with crises.


Syriarelief Netwrok Sector (9)Humanitarian Work Groups (Cluster)

“The group” is the sectoral group (sector) and there is no difference between the two in terms of the objectives and activities and the aim is the same to fill the gaps and to ensure adequate prepare and response.