BFD with its qualified staff in the field across its coverage areas is focusing on the implementation of Protection and multi-sectorial projects, targeting Refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants with lifesaving and protection services, and ensuring that most of BFD’s modalities for response are holistic mostly by encompassing capacity building of national institutions to ensure sustainability integrating response within the existing national system, such as BFD’s support of hospitals and schools to absorb refugees and asylum-seekers.
BFD focuses on seeking to ensure that Refugees and migration-management policies, practices, and debates take into account the particular protection needs of asylum-seekers, refugees, and stateless people, and acknowledge the legal framework that exists to meet those needs; Meet asylum, Refugees, and migration-management challenges in a manner that is sensitive to protection concerns; Supporting stronger governance and closer observance of human rights, including the rights of all persons on the move, regardless of their legal status, in ways that reinforce the principles and practice of international refugee protection.
- Multi-Sector Response Plan (RMMS)
BFD provides life-saving aid to displaced Yemenis, as well as to refugees and asylum-seekers, across the country. Under the humanitarian coordination system in Yemen, BFD provide protection, shelter and non-food items, cash assistance for asylum-seekers to cover their most urgent needs, as well BFD support health facilities that serve refugees, asylum-seekers, and Migrants affected by violence.