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Protection considerations for community-based isolation centers

Overview:  This note provides guidance on how to integrate protection into Community-Based Isolation Centers1 and other similar facilities in Syria and is organized according to the four key pillars of Protection Mainstreaming: 1) participation and empowerment; 2) meaningful access; 3) safety, dignity, and do-no-harm; and 4) accountability. The content is not meant to be exhaustive but presents examples of key actions that should be taken to ensure the incorporation of protection elements in the management of such centers. The recommendations below are based on international standards, good practice and lessons learned from other operations, including the Ebola 

Operation(s)/Espace(s) web: 
Organisation(s): 
Protection - Turkey Cross Border
Cluster(s)/Secteur(s): 
Date de publication initiale: 
15 sep 2020
Type de document: 
Procédures Opératoires Normalisées
Bureaux de coordination: 
Gaziantep
Catastrophe(s)/Urgence: 
Syria: Crisis 2011-2020