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Training Organized By Protection Unit FDMA


The Protection Unit FDMA is being funded by SDC since November 2014. The Protection Unit has been working for the protection of TDPs in the return areas as well as in displacement -in camp and off camp areas.


Training’s Workshops & Capacity Building:


The capacity building of the stakeholders through training/workshops is an important component of this project. The FDMA Protection Unit organized a two days training workshop on “Protection and Humanitarian Principles” in collaboration with Protection Cluster FATA/KP. The training was formally opened by the Director Operations FDMA. Senior Operation Coordinator UNHCR welcomed the participants on behalf of UNHCR.

This training was designed and organized as part of capacity building process for Protection Cluster members and staff from FDMA for protection mainstreaming during emergencies. The training was held in UNHCR Conference Room on 1st -2nd December with facilitation from Protection Cluster (UNHCR) cluster members, UN agencies including UNOCHA, IOM


The following topics were included in the training session.

  • Role of FDMA Durable solution to internal displacement
  • OCHA’s coordination role and the cluster system’
  • Protection: Rights, Violence, Coercion, Deprivation & Right based Approach
  • Guiding Principles on IDPs/TDPs
  • GBV in Emergencies
  • Protection Mainstreaming
  • Age & Disability in Emergencies
  • Humanitarian Communication
  • Child Protection in Emergencies
  • Protection Mainstreaming


  • The training was delivered through power point presentations, group work, interactive discussion and question answers sessions. FDMA provided all the financial support including, refreshment/breakfast/lunch/dinner, per diem, visibility material, stationery and logistic support for its staff. Senior Operation Coordinator UNHCR participated in the closing ceremony. The concluding remarks were also made by the Director Operations FDMA. In the end, participants were presented with “Certificate of Attendance” and the trainers with “Certificate of Appreciation”.
  • Glimpses from the Training


Written by: Khalid Abbas,

Communication & Reporting Specialist, FDMA.