Too Little for Too Few: Meeting the needs of youth in Darfur

From June to November 2008, the Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children (Women's Commission) conducted an assessment of educational and skills training programs for displaced youth (approximately ages 15-24) in Darfur as part of its Global Initiative on Displaced Youth. This three-year research and advocacy initiative aims to increase international attention and support for educational and vocational opportunities young people need to prepare them for constructive adulthoods while they are displaced as well as when it is safe to return home or be resettled elsewhere. The purpose of the Darfur assessment was to look at the challenges young people face and the opportunities available, examine existing services targeting displaced youth, identify programming gaps and use the findings to propose strategies to meet young people's needs. The report is intended to assist donors, policymakers and field practitioners to more effectively support displaced youth in Darfur

Published 2011-04-27

Document Information

Publication year
2008
Format
pdf, 20p.
Rights
©Women’s Commission for Refugee Women and Children
Creative Commons License
None
Country
ChadSudan
Identifier
ISBN: 1-58030-078-4

Document Information

Publication year
2008
Format
pdf, 20p.
Rights
©Women’s Commission for Refugee Women and Children
Creative Commons License
None
Country
ChadSudan
Identifier
ISBN: 1-58030-078-4