In a rapid onset disaster, please use this checklist as the essentials to be put in place in the early stages of an emergency response.
In practice this means that all programming is underpinned by an understanding of the protection context throughout the programme cycle in order to ensure safety, dignity and meaningful access for people and communities affected by crisis.
- Guide to Protection Risk Analysis / [English]
- GPC Sample Needs Assessment Questions per Sector /[English] [Français]
- IRC Needs Assessment Checklist / [English] [Français]
- SAD-SAD Visual / [English]
- ECHO Age and Gender Marker Guidance / [English] [Français]
2.2 Targeting & Diversity of Need
In practice, this means that the specific needs, vulnerabilities and capacities of people and communities affected by crisis are identified and assistance is targeted accordingly, taking particular account of different groups who may be marginalized or disadvantaged.
2.3 Community Engagement
In practice this means that there is active and inclusive community engagement in all stages of the program cycle that builds on and strengthens existing community and state structures, resources, and capacities.
In practice this means that people and communities affected by the crisis are informed of their rights and entitlements and have access to accurate and timely information.
2.5 Feedback & Complaints Mechanisms
In practice this means that people and communities are able to provide feedback and make complaints a safe, dignified and confidential manner, and receive an appropriate response when they do so.
- Closing the Loop – See page 2 for overview and guidance to key areas of consideration / [English] [Français]
2.6 Staff Conduct
In practice this means that staff and partners have appropriate knowledge and organizational support to conduct themselves and their work in a safe and appropriate way.
2.7 Coordination & Advocacy
In practice this means that staff and partners advocate and work with relevant actors to enhance the protective environment, avoid duplication and prevent, mitigate and respond to protection risks.
- Voice & Accountability Tool (CAFOD) – A helpful to think through/develop an advocacy plan/strategy [English]
2.8 Mapping & Referral Coming Soon
In practice this means that staff and partners have the necessary knowledge, information and training to support communities in accessing existing services.
Sector/Activity Specific Tools
This segment houses specific tools for sector activities in shelter and market-based responses, as well as for distributions and on-boarding of new staff.
Protection Mainstreaming Checklist for Safe Distributions / [English]
3.1 Human Resources
Staff Onboarding/Orientation Checklist / [English]
3.2 Market-Based Response
Protection Mainstreaming Checklist for Cash-Based Programs / [English]
Protection Mainstreaming Checklist for WASH / [English]
Protection Mainstreaming Checklist for Livelihoods / [English]
Protection Mainstreaming Checklist for Education / [English]
Protection Mainstreaming Checklist for Health / [English]