Terre des hommes is a long-standing international actor in the field of child rights. Its global interventions reach more than 4 million children and their families annually. In pursuit of its aims of southern sustainable development, Tdh works in partnership with civil society actors and local authorities.
Tdh has been active in the in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) since 1984, with an uninterrupted operational presence since 2009. Its current thematic priorities are child rights and protection, Gender Based Violence (GBV), access to justice, hygiene promotion and livelihoods. Gender justice is a specialized programmatic theme that crosscut across the different priority interventions. Tdh adopts a systemic approach via the development of strong and influential relationships with civil society networks and local authorities. More information available here.
Tdh is managing a three-year grant to deliver its ‘AGENCY’ programme - Action for Gender Equality, Non-Discrimination, Civil Society Strengthening and Youth Empowerment. The purpose of the programme is to reinforce and empower Palestinian Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and Community-based Organizations (CBOs) within the GBV sector, to maximize their technical, operational, and institutional capacities in order that they might deliver quality services for vulnerable women, men, girls, and boys. Tdh’s partner CSOs and CBOs will be tasked with delivering innovative, pro-active, effective, and inclusive responses to the challenges of GBV.