SEYAJ has unique experience in promoting and protecting the child’s rights in emergency and armed conflicts and post-war conflicts. It monitors and documents the six violations stipulated in the UN Security Council Resolution 1612 of 2005 and 1882 for the year 2009 .
Besides, SEYAJ also determines the emergency needs for children in the zones of armed conflicts and disasters and implements protective awareness program in order to reduce children’s exposure to the deadly accidents and practices such as mines and unexploded shells, recruitment and involvement in the armed conflicts …etc.
The role of SEYAJ does not stop in this point but it goes much further. It endeavors to empower children to get their basic and best rights during and after the emergency such as psychological and social rehabilitation and economic rehabilitation for mothers as well as promote the capacity of local communities to overcome the problems arising from conflicts by using their own potentials and abilities.
According to the strategy of SEYAJ 2015-2020, the direct relief interventions will be one of its most important work scopes during emergencies, such as providing food and health essential supplies needed for children and media advocacy, information dissemination and reports human rights and media that will draw attention to the suffering of children in light of displacement and homelessness.