Refugees’ Plan of Action

As an organization we were asked by Human Rights Commission to assist with 11 families who had asked to be re-inserted into Society just before the lockdown. We started the interviews and as we moved into lockdown, we were able to provide the Human Rights Commission with a full list of the amount of people in the Central Methodist Church in town, and the reports on these 11 families. The approach we used was the Bio-Psychosocial Man Method which provides deep insight into what kind of efficient help people need.

The reports we provided, together with the suggestions we made to Provincial Government who were in charge of the re-location of the refugees inside the Methodist Church to the tent provided for them in Bellville South, made the transition smooth and without any confrontation. Due to these results, we have been asked now to continue interviewing and doing the reports on all the refugees gathered at the tent right now.