“The Right to Protection” Charitable Foundation, with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, has started collecting data to provide financial assistance for rent.
The aid covers the expense of renting a home for six months for individuals and their families who have been displaced internally.
IDPs who were required to relocate on or after February 24, 2022, and have not yet gotten specialized rental aid from any global organization can apply.
In addition, individuals who wish to participate in the program must be part of one of the subsequent population groups:
– Live in a densely populated area and are willing to keep renting housing even after the program ends.
– Live in a small community that will soon be dissolved;
– Individuals facing eviction or loss of rented housing and who meet at least one of the following vulnerability criteria are eligible:
– Families that were recently displaced and do not wish to reside in densely populated areas have at least one of the following criteria that make them vulnerable.
The requirements for vulnerability are:
– A single-parent family with one or more children under the age of 18 or elderly persons over the age of 55;
– A family led by one elderly person aged 55 or older or an elderly person with one or more children under 18.
– A family with one or more individuals with special needs.
– Families who care for children without parents (if there is proof).
The application can be submitted if all family members are present at the data collection point in person.
A list of required documents and data collection site addresses is available here.