Our Global Mission
At the heart of RET’s mission is to protect and build the self-reliance of young people and women.
RET works in conflicts, crises, and fragile environments worldwide, from Europe to the Middle East and Asia, throughout Africa, and all the way to the Americas. RET is committed to providing interventions across the humanitarian, development, and peace (HDP) triple nexus, with short, medium- and long-term multiple-year perspectives, primarily focused on young people. Among young people, RET has grown especially concerned with the plight of young women, who have become one of our key beneficiary populations in all contexts.
RET focuses not only on protecting but also on increasing the self-reliance of refugees and displaced young people, women, their families, and those affected in the host communities by conflicts and violence.
We are committed to assisting communities through tailor-made solutions, converging our actions to “Bridge the Gaps” using a holistic, multi-sectoral approach to protect, build peace, and enhance self-reliance. We focus on creating durable development results and ending the need for external support, enabling the most vulnerable to become more resilient and lead their own development journey towards rebuilding more resilient and peaceful communities. When communities are resilient, overcoming multi-dimensional poverty becomes a possibility.
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¿Qué es DIVERTICLASES?
Peru – DIVERTICLASES – Programa recuperación de los aprendizajes@Education Cannot Wait & @UNICEF RET diseña e implementa a nivel global propuestas en educación formal y no formal para niñas, niños y adolescentes que se encuentran en condición de vulnerabilidad debido a migración, desplazamiento y a otras situaciones de crisis, por ello en Perú, ha desarrollado…
The Comprehensive School Safety Framework 2022-2030 for Child Rights and Resilience in the Education Sector – Launch in LAC
RET participated in the “Comprehensive School Safety Framework (CSSF) 2022- 2030” for Child Rights and Resilience in the Education Sector –Webinar- Launch in LAC by answering multiple questions, providing recommendations, and reflecting on the implementation of the new CSSF 2022-2030. The “Comprehensive School Safety Framework (CSSF) 2022- 2030” supports the education sector policy-makers, planners, school administrators, and their partners to promote…
El Marco Integral de Seguridad Escolar 2022-2030 para los Derechos del Niño y la Resiliencia en el Sector Educativo – Lanzamiento en ALC
RET participó en la webinar de lanzamiento para LAC del “Marco Integral de Seguridad Escolar (CSSF) 2022- 2030” para los Derechos del Niño y la Resiliencia en el Sector Educativo, respondiendo a múltiples preguntas, proporcionando recomendaciones y reflexionando sobre la implementación del nuevo CSSF 2022-2030. El Marco, apoya a los responsables de la formulación de políticas del…
Transportation Leaders Empowered through Education, Awareness, and Effective Policy Change on Human Trafficking in Belize (TLEAP)- 2022-2024
Video by Love FM Belizehttps://fb.watch/i7qB2vV-TA/ Transportation Leaders Empowered through Education, Awareness, and Effective Policy Change on Human Trafficking in Belize (TLEAP)- Project 2022- 2024 On January 11th, National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, RET launched its new project, “Transportation Leaders Empowered through Education, Awareness, and Effective Policy Change on Human Trafficking (TLEAP), in Belize to introduce the…
Women, Gender, and Climate Actions
The International Women’s Day – March 8, 2022 The International Women’s Day, March 8, is an opportunity to reflect on the advances and gaps in gender equity and commemorate how women and girls are leading the solutions to address global problems, including climate change within RET’s programs. The UN 2022 theme focuses on “Gender equality today…
The International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction
The International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction is an opportunity to acknowledge the progress being made toward reducing disaster risk and losses in lives, livelihoods and health. The 2021 edition focuses on “International cooperation for developing countries to reduce their disaster risk and disaster losses.” This is the sixth of the Sendai Seven targets. RET has been designing…
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