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Ensure that all frontline responders understand and have signed the Gender and Protection Cluster Code of Conduct for Emergency Responders. This will assist in ensuring awareness and agreement to perform responsibilities and behaviours which protect the rights of affected communities. This Code of Conduct should be used in collaboration with reporting, feedback and complaints mechanisms to prevent sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment in emergency settings.
Ensure that communities are aware which evacuation centres are open and understand the amended State of Emergency guidance in Direction 37: “The social gathering restriction of 5 people and social distancing does not apply to those seeking safe shelter at safe houses or evacuation centers”.