Our Interventions are community-driven and led. We aim to deliver high quality and sustainable results in a timely manner through engagement and empowering local communities in Puntland.
We have adopted different approaches in solving different humanitarian crises under different environments.
The following principle and approaches are essential in ISDP operations/interventions:
Community-based approach: A community-based approach ensures that affected populations are actively engaged as partners in developing strategies related to their protection and the provision of humanitarian assistance. This approach involves direct consultation with IDPs, Asylum seekers, women, Youths and other Vulnerable groups at all stages in the humanitarian response, to identify the problem and solutions and build on existing community-based protection mechanisms.
Humanitarian principles: The humanitarian principles of humanity, impartiality, independence, and neutrality should underpin the implementation of the Minimum Standards and are essential to maintaining access to affected populations and ensuring effective humanitarian response.
Do No Harm Approach: A ‘do no harm’ approach …
ISDP Board structure is made up of:
Board of Directors composed of seven (7) Members, shall constitute the highest authority of the Organization. The Board reviews plans, budgets and overall activities of the Organization.
The board shall appoint an Executive Committee to the take-part smooth operation of the Organization and support Management where necessary;
Four (4) out of the 7 Board members shall hold offices as Executive Committee, (namely: the Chairperson, the Vice-Chairperson, the Treasurer and the Secretary).
The Executive Committee shall be composed of the Executive Director and the Executive Board Members who will run the affairs of the organization.
The Executive body and its members are elected in the office once in every four (4) years and can be re-nominated for another term(s).
Changes or replacement of individuals in the Executive body or its members shall take place in Ad hoc meetings of the Board.
Power and responsibilities of the Board of Executives (BOE)/Board …
ISDP has an officer who is in charge of its Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning
System. Its aimed to reflect the lessons learned from the implementation of project activities,
and its incorporated into the programming for realizing better results and impact on the
Monitoring and Evaluation in ISDP
Monitoring and evaluation in Integrated Service for Displaced Population (ISDP) has the following overarching objectives:
Promote accountability for the achievement of ISDP objectives through the assessment of results, effectiveness, processes, and performance of the staff involved in activities. ISDP results will be monitored and evaluated for their contribution to the empowerment of Somali community especially the vulnerable and marginalized groups.
Promote learning, feedback, and knowledge sharing on results and lessons learned among ISDP and its partners, as a basis for decision making on policies, strategies, program management, projects and programs; and to improve performance.
ISDP’s focuses on results-based management (RBM) aims to improve management effectiveness and …
For many Somali women – giving birth is a terrifying ordeal. Women usually given birth at home, without professional help, far from medical facilities that could save their lives. One in every seven Somali children dies before their fifth birthday and tens of thousands are severely malnourished. In keeping with tradition most Somali women still give birth at home without any skilled personnel with them.