PAPDA through its humanitarian project interventions and with the financial support of international donors provides services and assistances to Internally displaced people (IDPs) and refugees in the country.  PAPDA has been implementing humanitarian projects often focus on poverty-stricken areas and areas that experience a natural disaster such as droughts, or manmade disasters such as conflicts in the pastoralist communities. As a humanitarian organization, PAPDA has been working in IDP, Refugee and other emergency operations through its specialized sectors such as WASH, Livelihood, protection/GBV, HIV/AIDs, psycho-social support, peacebuilding and reconciliation processes, environmental protection to curb the climate change and other humanitarian intervention in Somali, Oromia and SNNP regional states.

UNFPA South Launching
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UNFPA Funded Project -South

Project Title: – GBV prevention ,risk mitigation and response for communities affected by drought and

Irish Aid/IRC Funded Project #1

Project Title: – Emergency Response to draught and conflict affected vulnerable communities in Gura Dhamole, Kersa

UNFPA Funded Project

Launching Start Date October 1, 2022 2 Outputs The project aims to contribute to UNFPA

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Bokolmayo Integrated Livelihood Development Project,

Bokolmayo Integrated Livelihood Development Project, Phase I Donor:Protestant Agency for Diakonia and Development (PADD) Project

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GBV, Physical and Psychosocial Rehabilitation

GBV, Physical and Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Peaceful Coexistence Projec Donor:UNHCR Project objectives Objective 1: Community

Peaceful understanding and Reconciliation for

Peaceful understanding and Reconciliation for Pastoralists Livelihood Enhancement ( PURPLE) Donor:Protestant Agency for Diakonia and

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Applying Behavioral Design Innovation to

Applying Behavioral Design Innovation to address gender biases with humanitarian organizations implementing GBV program Donor:

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Sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV)

Sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV) prevention and Response Funded by:  UNHCR Project objectives Participation of