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TGH is organised around three technical departments covering its three main areas of expertise: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, Food Security and Livelihood, and Education and Protection.

These units bring together qualified professionals (permanent experts or ad hoc consultants), who go to the field, providing direct support to the staff in charge of programme monitoring, and ensuring the quality of the activities carried out. Using a global and multisectoral approach constitutive of TGH’s DNA, the technical departments favour integrated programmes - whether they are in a context of emergency, rehabilitation or development.
For each of its interventions, TGH takes into account local strategies and knowledges, the economic situation of households, and the socio-economic and cultural organisation distinct to the intervention area.

Food Security and Livelihood

The interventions of the Food Security and Livelihood Technical Unit cover a wide range of activities from emergency to development, including post-crisis economic recovery: food assistance (in kind or via cash transfers), revival of productive and/or income-generating activities in rural areas, or structural support to agricultural transformations. Their constant adaptation to the environment ensures that they respond appropriately to the needs of the beneficiaries.

Food security and Livelihood

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

TGH's WASH programs restores and maintains living conditions favourable to better health for populations in great precariousness.
In emergency contexts, TGH meets basic needs by providing temporary water and sanitation facilities or distributing basic necessities. In situations that are stable or in the process of normalisation, activities focus on the establishment of sustainable infrastructures, based on participatory processes and local capacity building.

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

Protection and Education

From its very inception, TGH has placed protection and education programmes at the centre of its actions - beyond the material aid provided to populations in need. Children, adolescents and their families are guided to be able to cope with the traumas they have experienced, with the disruption in their lives and the precarious conditions of their current situation as refugees, displaced people or "returnees". In order to ensure their sustainability, these interventions are systematically implemented with local human resources, and involve local communities and actors to rebuild and strengthen their resilience.

Protection and education