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Jegalal - East African-Somalia Co-ordination Center (JEASROCC) Is  recruting and deploying volunteers to work for International Committee of the Red Cross and United Naqtions Volunteer Organization,we are also to train people with disabilities.
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Mission statement
Jegalal - East African-Somalia, Refugee, Orphanage Co-ordination
Center (JEASROCC)
Jegalal Advanced Enterprise Solutions LLC will provide a Central
Operational Information Unit (COIU) to co-ordinate the registration of
refugees across international borders, and to ensure a clear channel
for credible information and intelligence to be provided for our
sponsors. The COIU will provide real time exchange of data to all
providers (Countries, UN and NGO’s) providing coordination across the
full range of support services for Somali refugees, East African
Orphanage Centers. Homes of people with difficult situations
(Destitute) and build shopping centers that will give hand to support
the above.
Any logistical or security support would be at the direct invitation
and in partnership with the respective hosts, exclusively to preserve
safety and support the delivery of aid provision.
Jegalal-East African-Somali Refugee, Orphanage Co-ordination Center
(JEASROCC) is a dedicated syndicate of professionals with significant
experience in bringing co-ordination, collaborative effort and
security to areas of crisis, orphans and people in difficult
situations.  It includes established members of the international
intelligence community, logistical coordinators, data
collection/analyzes and security teams – all of whom can demonstrate a
provenance of professionalism and impartiality when supporting complex
initiatives in conflict conditions I n order to fight Al-Shaabab
Terrorism and eradicate poverty in the East African Region and Africa
at large Especially in Somalia, Northern Uganda where   Ugandan
Government has totally failed to settle its displaced people due to
corruption and tribal discrimination.

Executive Summary
The Jegalal East African refugee, orphanage Co-ordination Center will
continues to be subject to international concern, and the volume of
displaced nationals and orphans continues to grow with some informed
commentators suggesting the number could, ultimately exceed 4 million.
 Aid is currently being administered across East African national
boundaries with substantial refugee populations in bordering
countries. The UNCHR have profiled the current challenges and outlined
a number of overarching priorities that include the fundamental needs
to provide: protection, support, emergency preparedness and
assistance.  These should be acknowledged as a minimum standard for
the provision of aid and care for the substantial refugee population.
However, the sheer scale of the UNCHR mission, operating in disparate
countries and with an exponentially expanding migrant population
presents significant challenges.
Jegalal East African Refugee, Orphanage Co-ordination Center is a
dedicated syndicate of professionals with significant experience in
bringing co-ordination, collaborative effort and security to areas of
crisis.  It includes established members of the international
intelligence community, logistical coordinators and security teams –
all of whom can demonstrate a provenance of professionalism and
impartiality when supporting complex initiatives in conflict
conditions. The JEASROCC has the knowledge of resources and capacity
to support the peaceful and consolidated continuation of aid across
the neighboring regions, whilst acknowledging and working in
partnership with the respective host nations.  Our clear operational
aim, as a professional and independent team, is to employ our
comprehensive and proven intelligence resources to:
•       support the humanitarian aid effort (whilst accounting for
distribution and seeking - economy, efficiency and effectiveness in
the accounting and logistical processes);
•       maintain security for refugees and Education and feeding for
Refugees, aid workers, host nation communities and all involved in
that process;
•       reduce any escalation of the Somalia and Boko Haramu crisis
impacting upon the aid initiative (including the political and civil
unrest hemorrhaging across the international borders and migrating
into host nation populations); and
•       Provide a reliable and coordinated intelligence source that can
inform senior decision makers.
In addition, we have the operational capacity, and experience, to
ensure the security and continued logistical viability of this
expanding multi-national, and potentially complex, aid mission.  Our
approach is transparent, collaborative and, fundamentally, one of
effective partnership with the variety of aid agencies. We view this
situation of one of unparalleled human tragedy in the 21st century.
Somalis’ neighbors have been willing to open their borders to provide
a safe-haven to war refugees and, these displaced war victims, deserve
a secure opportunity for intervening support and ultimate resettlement
or repatriation.  With an appropriate, proportionate and sustained
co-ordination of humanitarian aid this will be achieved and JEASROCC
sincerely believe that they can make a significant contribution.

Introduction
The growing Somali and Lords Army crisis has resulted in substantial
human misery, evidenced by the death of more than 100,000 souls  and
over 2 million refugees flooding across its border into neighboring
countries, Luck of Education for Children who later again recruited to
for work for Al Shaabab because of no education not to kill their
brothers and sisters For an Example the Kenya Mall attack in Nairobi
Capital,  .  Particularly affected countries are  Kenya, Uganda,
Tanzania and Ethiopia, but other countries that bring in refugee in
East Africa is Eritrea and Ethiopia. South Africa has also
accommodated the continuing flood of displaced population.   And yet
this pitiful drama expands and develops into what is predicted to be
the greatest crisis of the century.  The Somali economy has been
reduced by half from its pre-war level and also affected the East
African Countries because of refugees; the critical infrastructure,
commerce and the residential community have been devastated in key
population centers.  Neither is the conflict entirely localized, with
Somali combatants apparently streaming into East Africa and
throughout the world to, potentially, capitalize on the conflict and
advance their own geopolitical interest - separate from that of both
the national government and the popular will of the Syrian people.
Regardless of the eventual outcome of this civil war, it will be the
Syrian people that must rebuild and re-establish the Somali that
arises from the ashes of this conflict.  Regardless of the eventual
outcome of this civil war it will irrevocably transform the country
and the wider region, and a new and different Syria must emerge as a
result.  The current UN assessment underscores both the humanitarian
challenges faced by hosting nations, presently responding to the flood
of refugees, together with the potential dire economic consequences
that could prevail. Requirements for basic services, such as
sanitation, food, and water, have well exceeded capacity in many
places. The risks associated with contagious civil unrest presents a
very real and evident threat with large volumes of refugees required
to live in reception areas and temporary camps. However, this does not
represent the complete problem - UN assessment estimates that there
are between 4-5 million more Somali refugees displaced within Somalia
all with the hope and will to migrate to a destination that may offer
peace and support for their families.

The problem
With the sheer volume of refugees; a relatively disparate collection
of aid agencies; and a multi-national hosting community, co-ordination
presents a significant problem.  Some credible
predictions/predicaments and they can be avoided, suggest a looming
humanitarian disaster and the possible expansion of the conflict,
potentially engineered by political extremists capitalizing on the
current migration to shield their pernicious influence. Potentially
absent from the humanitarian initiative is a comprehensive
collaborative mechanism to resource and manage this developing
problem.
JEASROCC believe it is essential to support the UNCHR’s,United Nations Volunteer Organization (UNV) and  International
committee of  Red Cross (ICRC) clear ‘overarching priorities’ and we
welcome this statement and have employed it as the determining
foundation of our own mission objective:
•       protection (to include registration, child protection, SGBV and
psycho-sociological support) and security (to include the refugees,
aid workers, vulnerable persons, the aid venues and, as far as is
practicable, the logistics including aid transportation and supply;
•       new arrivals and continuous support to vulnerable refugees;
•       emergency preparedness; and
•       Assistance to camp refugees and host communities.
Presently, several governments in the region have opened their borders
to accept Syrian refugees, in some cases potentially overwhelming
indigenous communities. For example, the Kenyan  Refugee Camps in East
Africa houses more than 145,000 persons and still only represents the
fourth largest population center in that country and Uganda that
accommodates Congolese Refugees . A broad variety of agencies have
contributed to the delivery of humanitarian aid and these include the
US Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration; the UN Refugee
Agency (UNHCR); the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC);
the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East
(UNRWA); the UN Children’s fund (UNICEF); the International
Organization for Migration (IOM); the UN Population Fund (UNFPA); and
many others.  Added to these are a disparate, but significant, number
of non-governmental organizations (NGO), all contributing to the
growing demand for aid in cooperation with each host country.
However, in a crisis of this proportion, the common challenges relates
to control, co-ordination and management of the large scale
humanitarian relief effort.

The Solution
Our initial proposal is to deploy our syndicate to establish a Central
Operational Information Center Unit (COICU) upto the Sea (Indian
Ocean) co-ordinate the registration of refugees across international
borders, and to ensure a clear channel for credible information and
intelligence to be provided for our sponsors.  This COIU will collect,
collate, evaluate and analyze the information to ensure a reduction in
the ‘noise’ and confusion (misinformation) associated with potentially
partial media releases, whilst critically supporting UNCHR overarching
priorities.  The consequent intelligence will be exploited to
contribute to the necessary security for the refugees, aid workers and
the host nations.  Information and intelligence gathering will be
collaborative and in partnership with the established national and
international agencies, e.g. the police, border and security services.
 The collection and dissemination of information and intelligence is
non-partial – our unequivocal aim is to support the overarching
priorities of the UNCHR that guide our predominant purpose.  Within
our syndicate (and membership can be viewed in Appendix 1), we host an
impressive and eclectic collection of experience professionals.  All
our membership have substantial and proven experience in providing
intelligence-led logistical support, security and assurance for crisis
situations, particularly those that are sited in, or border, conflict
areas.  This JEAROCC, employing information through our comprehensive
and collaborative intelligence services, have the capacity to provide
any necessary logistical and security services to ensure the continued
economy, efficiency and effectiveness of the humanitarian aid
initiative. Any logistical or security support would be at the direct
invitation and in partnership with the respective hosts, exclusively
to preserve safety and support the delivery of aid provision.



Summary
For optimal delivery, this humanitarian initiative requires
co-ordination, security and a sound logistical process.  As a
fundamental, this requires reliable and current information and
intelligence to both fuel sustainable and meaningful reactivity and,
where appropriate, a proactive response to threat. In an international
mission, this intelligence gathering and logistical support should be
transparently impartial; highly professional; a product of
collaborative partnership; and capable of sensitive management and
delivery.
The JEASROCC Group is a multi-national syndicate of proven
intelligence, logistical and security professionals.  We genuinely
seek to provide high-grade and comprehensive support to the
significant and developing challenges presented by the current crisis.
Our aim mirrors and supplements that of the UNCHR. Collectively our
group hosts the expertise, capacity and will to support the continued
security and maintenance of the humanitarian aid. We respectfully seek
your support and sponsorship in these objectives.All interested volunteers should send your CV/Resumes at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Note:Red Cross travel passports will be provided to the interested qualified  Volunteers.