Report

Report “Protection in war-torn Ukraine”

This paper summarizes protection needs in Ukraine, as well as INTERSOS’ protection interventions, lessons learned, and future plans to address the expected continued protection needs.

Report “Protection monitoring – lessons learned”

The report provides a comprehensive analysis of Protection Monitoring activities, i.e. the collection, verification, and analysis of information to identify human rights violations and protection risks faced by displaced or other crisis-affected populations, as well as the identification of challenges and recommendations to key stakeholders.

Report 2021 – Europe Region

The report describes our frontline activities for migrants and vulnerable people in Greece – in the regions of Epirus, Thessaly, Athens, and Lesvos – and in Italy – in Rome, Foggia, and Sicily. The INTERSOS approach aims to offer support in the areas of protection, social and health care, long-term care, and integration.

Evaluation of the project “Provision of essential and quality services through an integrated Protection, Health and Nutrition response for vulnerable conflict-affected population in Southern Afghanistan”

The result of this work is the feedback of the positive changes generated in the lives of the people assisted and the communities, but above all the identification of the improvements to be made and the new challenges to be faced in order to guarantee a humanitarian response that is increasingly effective and close to the needs of those we assist.

2020 Report – Migration Unit

The report contains the data, activities, and results of a whole year of intervention by the INTERSOS Migration Unit. A year full of challenges but also of new synergies and positive models of intervention, in which the reconversion of activities to combat Covid-19 played a central role, but also emergency interventions such as the one on the island of Lesvos, immediately after the fire that destroyed the camp in Moria.

Evaluation of the project ‘Food security and normalisation of living conditions for refugees, returnees, internally displaced persons and vulnerable people in Far North – Cameroon’

Evaluating a project is one of the most difficult tasks. Evaluating a project in Cameroon is even more so, in a country that experiences and has experienced several crises simultaneously: armed conflicts, millions of refugees, food shortages, and the pandemic. This analysis aims to understand what has worked and what to change in our project, in order to make the humanitarian action more effective.

Report “An Unequal Pandemic”

One year after the declaration of a pandemic by the WHO, INTERSOS presents a report to retrace the interventions it has implemented in Italy in the context of the COVID-19 emergency from the very early stages of the emergency at the end of February 2020 until October 2020.

Report ‘Provision of Legal Aid in Humanitarian Contexts’

The research is based on years of learning in the field of legal aid in Afghanistan, Cameroon, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Yemen and other countries, and emphasises the importance that providing legal services including assistance, awareness-raising, counselling, and legal representation of individuals and communities has in humanitarian contexts, as a means of reducing suffering and ensuring protection and advocacy for people.

Report ‘Provision of Legal Aid in Humanitarian Contexts’

The research is based on years of learning in the field of legal aid in Afghanistan, Cameroon, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Yemen and other countries, and emphasises the importance that providing legal services including assistance, awareness-raising, counselling, and legal representation of individuals and communities has in humanitarian contexts, as a means of reducing suffering and ensuring protection and advocacy for people.

Report “On the frontier of the pandemic”

Two years after the launch of the effort to support vaccination against COVID-19 in areas of humanitarian emergency, INTERSOS presents a report to review achievements and share lessons learnt and recommendations for the future of the vaccination campaign. In early 2021, to contribute to the global response to the pandemic and help address the inequalities in the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, INTERSOS set up a task force to support the COVAX initiative to ensure vaccination in developing countries.