Public Welfare


These objectives are complemented by the Strategic Results Framework (SRF),which outlines the theory of change underpinning the Plan. We strive to be accountable to crisis-affected populations.

Our objectives results architecture sets out how we will achieve our vision and contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Across the Organization and throughout our programmes we hold ourselves to the highest standards, because it’s the right thing to do and because it will deliver the best results. Our prominent role in humanitarian coordination and planning architecture is central to our efforts to promote principled and inclusive humanitarian action and increase and maintain humanitarian access. Increased localization, with more participation and leadership of governments and local actors, provide us with opportunities to share our expertise to plan and deliver responses that save lives and promote recovery.

Integrity, Transparency and Accountability

We oversee an organizational culture and internal systems that promote integrity, accountability and transparency. We measure our progress against clearly defined goals and objectives, which will improve the visibility of our results for the people we serve.

We facilitate transparent discussions about our results and take corrective actions where necessary. We continue to strengthen our response to ethical challenges faced by our workforce, and by the individuals and communities with which we work.

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

We strive to uphold the dignity and human rights of all persons throughout their migration journey. We address unequal opportunities and outcomes experienced by migrants and our staff based on sex, gender, age, race, ethnicity or disability. We systematically dismantle the attitudinal, environmental and institutional barriers preventing us from achieving our targets.

These efforts are underpinned by meaningful consultations with, active participation of, and representation by all sectors of society, including youth, indigenous communities and women.

Environmental Sustainability

We are moving environmental sustainability innovation for impact and scale in the humanitarian and migration management sector. Caring for people and the planet is one of our core values, and we are committed to mainstreaming environmental sustainability into our projects and programmes, and facilities management and operations.

We have an ambitious environmental governance and environmental management system, drawing from United Nations system-wide commitments.

Readmission and Reintegration

In countries requiring operational support, we facilitate safe, dignified and the rights-based return, readmission and sustainable reintegration of migrants into their countries of origin, or third countries. At all stages, we address the intersecting forms of discrimination, exclusion and exploitation which impede migrants’ ability to exercise their rights and contribute to sustainable development.

To stop unjust scapegoating and clear the road ahead for transformative change, we work with partners to achieve a fundamental shift in migration-related narratives.

Saving Lives And Protecting People On The Move

We put the safety, dignity and protection of people first in the most challenging crisis response contexts in the world. As displacement rises to record levels, we increase our capacity, and that of other humanitarian actors, to reach and sustain access to communities in need of life-saving humanitarian and protection assistance.

We develop and adopt new technologies and approaches to increase the already enviable speed, efficiency and scale of our responses. Our expertise assisting people on the move, and our agility and operational presence, mean that we are uniquely placed to develop practical and scalable solutions across all of our core intervention areas. In emergency settings, we provide cash and non-food items; health care; water, sanitation and hygiene support and shelter, so that basic needs are met. When people face difficulties accessing basic services, we provide in-country movement assistance.

In coordination with others, we facilitate a safe and dignified environment both in camps and in out-of-camp settings. Together with partners, we adapt approaches that have worked in traditional displacement settings and develop new solutions for more complex urban environments. We reach the most vulnerable people with the specialized protection services, such as child protection measures, activities to mitigate the risk of and respond to gender-based violence and human trafficking, and psychosocial support. Our migration expertise will allow us to assist States to develop appropriate border management responses so that more people can move to safety.

We know that there is no “one size fits all” approach to crisis response. The need to develop tailored responses means that we prioritize increasing the availability and use of data on the mobility, capabilities, vulnerabilities and needs of displaced, host and mobile populations. This allow us to put the particular needs and rights of individuals and the well-being of communities at the core of our and our partners’ operations.

Driving Solutions To Displacement

Fijishi reduces the risks and impacts of climate change, environmental degradation, conflict and instability for communities affected by or at risk of displacement. As global displacement reaches record levels, we go beyond simply responding to displacement crises to anticipating and mitigating risks and enhancing preparedness. Our ability to bring together the foremost migration experts and the technological capacity of the private sector is central to our efforts to develop data-driven capacity to foresee migration and displacement patterns. This enhance our ability to co-create with and empower governments, communities and displaced people to avoid and minimize the negative impacts of displacement.

Developing countries, especially small island developing States, must be prepared for the impact of climate change. We step up assistance for State-led efforts to plan migration in the context of climate change adaptation and enhance the resilience of affected communities, including populations that are unable to move out of harm’s way. We support people who want to stay in their home areas by increasing investments in disaster risk reduction measures and local adaptation. We embed environmental standards across our operations to ensure that we contribute to reducing environmental degradation, always looking for opportunities to promote biodiversity conservation and sustainable natural resource management.

In areas impacted by conflict, crisis and fragility, we mobilize peacebuilding efforts to prevent and resolve conflict, improve stability and, ultimately, contribute to the establishment of resilient, peaceful and inclusive societies. We strengthen social cohesion, promote good governance, prevent and respond to human rights violations and improve public infrastructure. With more people living in displacement for longer, we build resilience and self-reliance by increasing access to livelihoods and housing, land and property rights, with specific provisions to include marginalized groups.

Working towards common outcomes to achieve durable solutions, we increase our investment in development approaches that integrate health care, education, livelihoods and community-based protection mechanisms to support successful integration. We help people to move away from situations of risk and persecution by working closely with governments, and other stakeholders to enable resettlement, and boost efforts to facilitate safe, voluntary and dignified return and sustainable reintegration of displaced persons.

Facilitating Pathways For Regular Migration

We prioritize whole-of-government, whole-of-society approaches to safely connect people, goods, services, knowledge and innovation. In a context where the promise to leave no one behind and the Sustainable Development Goals are in danger of not being realized, we work to unleash the potential of migration by assisting States to establish, expand and enhance regular migration pathways, while reducing irregular migration. We support governments to realize their development priorities through migration, from eradicating poverty and reducing inequalities to shaping sustainable cities and societies. Leaving no one behind require us to advocate the integration of migrants and migration across development planning.

We work with partners to make existing and new regular pathways accessible and inclusive to enable more individuals to benefit from opportunities for development and protection. Increased numbers of people, including youth and people with disabilities, are able to access opportunities for education and work outside of their countries of birth and to reunite with family. We prepare migrants for safe, legal and successful migration prior to leaving their country of origin. We strive to position social protection and health coverage for migrants in global, regional and national agendas, recognizing them as vehicles to reduce inequalities and maximize migrants’ contributions to societies. We promote comprehensive health programmes and work along migration pathways to build communities’ health resilience, enhance health security and strengthen migration health governance.

As migrant communities continue to grow, we facilitate diaspora engagement to leverage migrants’ economic, human and social contributions through the use of big data, machine learning and other innovative methodologies. We facilitate governments’ access to the latest border management technology, systems and procedures to achieve safer and seamless cross-border movement and to reduce irregular migration. We also increase access to legal identity through technical assistance related to national civil registration, identity management systems and consular services. Through scaling up services, we are ready to provide protection and assistance to migrants vulnerable to violence, exploitation and abuse, and we will develop institutional capacity to ensure the sustainability of our comprehensive programming to prevent and address migrant smuggling and human trafficking.

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