Improving Community Based Social Services for Refugees and Vulnerable Residents of the Host Community project (CLIP 2), funded by German Federal Ministry For Economic Cooperation And Development (BMZ) and the European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO) and implemented with Deutsche Gesellschaft Für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH. Within the scope of the project, IBC shares its knowledge and experience with the local initiatives in its bundle and mentor team provides supervisory support for the areas that local initiatives want to develop.In this context, the last training of the Mentoring Program took place in Istanbul.
While the Mentoring process was evaluated in general terms on the first day of the Protection and Capacity Building Training, attended by the representatives of Alliance of International Doctors AID, Genç Hayat Foundation and Afghanistan Hazaras Association; Topics such as case management and Personel Data Protection Training and Case Management were shared.
On the 2nd day of the training, with the participation of the Öğrenme Tasarımları team, the topics of Psychosocial Support activities and protection of employee mental health were evaluated again with interactive applications.
One of the specific objectives of the project is to support local initiatives to bring their current project implementations to international humanitarian standards. While this peer support network and cooperation between organizations facilitates project implementation and administrative works of NGOs, it will also increase community participation by strengthening feedback mechanisms of the bundle members.