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  1. 1. Community Building Nayeli Gallardo Florencia Reyes Briane Cornish Danny Buerkli Friday, November 30, 201
  2. 2. Need finding
  3. 3. purpose/identit y sense of belonging prominence/communit y recognition Needs
  4. 4. “Refugee camps are horrible environments for women and children, but they completely destroy the men.” Eric Morris
  5. 5. “Men in these environments need respect more than anything else, as they have been stripped of that in their flight to safety.” Andrew Purvis
  6. 6. What does it mean to be a man?
  7. 7. Purpose?
  8. 8. Claude (24, single)
  9. 9. Underlying principles of success 1. Symbols of belonging that confer status 1. Visible benefit to community 1. Clear task (working with their hands) 1. Ritualized & public recognition
  10. 10. Application of Prototypes Current programs – Litter pick-up (Tunisia, Egypt) – Painting kitchens and latrines (Jordan) – Food distribution (Jordan) – Providing public information (Tunisia, Egypt) – Spraying water to remove dust (Tunisia, Egypt) Other activities: – Mending fences
  11. 11. Policy context connections between mental and emotional health and refugee resettlement work experience focus on men
  12. 12. Incentives for large camps Symbols of belonging that confer status
  13. 13. Incentives for large camps Symbols of belonging that confer status
  14. 14. Case Study 1: Newly Arrived Refugees in Zambia “I have the will to help my neighbor, but not the means.” SELF-RELIANCE OR NEGLECT?
  15. 15. Case Study 2: Resilience in Lebanon??????
  16. 16. Feedback & Challenges appropriate incentives implementation through NGO partners governance structure conflict with current political structures in refugee camp

Editor's Notes

  • Case Study 1: Inter-refugee service
    Newly Arrived Refugees in Zambia
    illustrates boundary between self-reliance principle and treating refugees as a resource vs. neglecting refugees or unrealistically expecting them to fulfill needs
    UNHCR expected refugees to help other refugees
    rejection of the “handouts” approach
    focus on self-reliance principles
    but refugees said they had the will but not the means to support their neighbors
    lacked materials
    lacked time or had too much to worry about already
    paper recommendations:
    broader interpretation of refugees’ resources: social structure, cultural practices
    refugee participation
    UNHCR practice, not only theory/handbook
    need trained, experienced staff and partners
    http://fletcher.tufts.edu/Praxis/Archives/~/media/Fletcher/Microsites/praxis/xviii/Bakewell.pdf
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