The overall solutions framework has been further adapted to the context of Tanzania looking at physical, material and legal safety of the displaced populations in comparison to the host communities. The ReDSS Solutions Framework aims at ascertaining the status and conditions of naturalized Tanzanians visà-vis the host population; and the status and conditions of naturalized Tanzanians vis-à-vis national or international standards
ReDSS solutions analysis in Tanzania identifies gaps and opportunities to inform local integration planning and programing for the naturalized Tanzanians (former 1972 Burundian refugees). The analysis primarily focused on the situation in Ulyankulu, Katumba, and Mishamo settlements.
The overall solutions framework for the Bay analysis comprises 31 outcome-level indicators under physical, material and legal safety. The Solutions Framework is to be considered as an analytical baseline whose progress will be assessed on a regular basis to take into account a fast changing context in Somalia.
The Regional Durable Solutions Secretariat (ReDSS) has carried out a solutions analysis in Bay region -with emphasis on Baidoa district in order to operationalize (re) integration plans for displacement-affected communities.
ReDSS operationalized the Inter-Agency Standing Committee Framework for Durable Solutions for Internally Displaced Persons to develop ReDSS Solutions framework, using 31 indicators organised around physical, material and legal safety to measure durable solutions achievements in a particular context.
This study which focuses on Benadir (Mogadishu) took place while a humanitarian crisis is unfolding in Somalia. Developing area based solutions analysis (localization of aid) in Somalia to inform safe and dignified (re)integration modalities is paramount due to limited absorption capacity, limited access to basic services, shelters and livelihoods opportunities, prevailing protection concerns, and persistent security, safety and access issues.
ReDSS solutions framework is to be considered as an rapid analytical tool to assess to what extent durable solutions have been achieved in a particular context. The rating will be reviewed and updated in the first quarter of 2017 to reflect newly available information. The Solutions Framework is also currently being used in the Horn of Africa region, by both humanitarian and development actors, to work more effectively and consistently in the search and realization of solutions for displacement affected communities.
The main aim of the study is to inform a joint analysis to operationalize (re)integration evidence-based plans for displacement affected communities for Lower Juba region, with a particular emphasis on Kismayo district.
The Durable Solutions framework, adapted from the IASC Framework on Durable Solutions for Internally Displaced Persons, has been developed by the Regional Durable Solutions Secretariat (ReDSS) using 30 indicators organised around physical, material and legal safety to measure durable solutions achievements in a particular context. The framework analysis serves as an evidence base to enable relevant stakeholders to work more effectively and consistently in the search and realization of durable solutions. This infographic offers a snapshot in time to assess to what extent local integration for refugees in Uganda have been achieved.
This review is part of a series aiming at piloting the ReDSS framework in different operational and policy contexts in the region, in order to test the indicators and to collect and record lessons learnt to adapt and improve it. ReDSS adapted the IASC Framework for Durable Solutions for IDPs to develop the ReDSS Solutions framework for displacement affected communities.