The predicament of forced displacement is a common concern of humankind. Displacement situations have increased in scope, scale and complexity and refugees require protection, assistance and solutions.
Commitments to action
Building Psychosocial Capacity, Mental Health & Wellness, and Resilience in Response to Shocks and Stress
LEAD Center for PAJS (Public policy, Advocacy, Justice & Social change)
Designing and launching intersectional and multidisciplinary-focused interventions at the family, community, national, and regional levels in the Caribbean region with a focus on key stakeholders and non-traditional sector actors such as females, our youth, and the differently-abled. Skills and capacity building in key resilience domains such as emotional regulation, emotional intelligence, social network construction and maintenance, work-life balancing, effective agency, remedial learning and interventions, and personal & social change are among the domains being targeted.
Build Resilience to Vulnerabilities, Shocks, and Stresses
Advocacy; Psychosocial Health & Wellness and Resiliency; Sustainable Development; Coaching, Education, Training & Outreach; Institutional Strengthening, Good Governance; Capacity Building; Social Research & Development, LEAD Center for PAJS (Public policy, Advocacy, Justice & Social change)
Psycho-social health & wellness
Sustainable family & youth development
Personal, community, and national resilience
Structural transformations towards sustainable, resilient, and equitable food systems include the way in which food is produced, accessed, distributed, valued, and consumed. Sustainable food systems require that economic, social, cultural, and environmental dimensions and their trade-offs be fully integrated in policy and investment planning. They also entail a shift from one-size-fits-all solutions to local and context-specific approaches.
Food systems are facing an unprecedented array of familiar and unfamiliar risks, interacting in a hyperconnected world and a changing landscape.
Structural institutional fragility, conflict, climate change and economic shocks exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic are leading to record-breaking levels of hunger and acute malnutrition.
Well-designed and carefully implemented social protection programmes are among the most cost-effective development interventions and an important solution to reaching multiple objectives simultaneously, in alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).