PoMA takes a holistic approach to providing care that combines various types of support, including psychological, social, and emotional and economical, into a cohesive system of care. PoMA aims to address interrelated needs of individuals and communities facing complex challenges, affected by conflict, trauma, GBV, disaster, or poverty. 

Our approach

Comprehensive evaluation – assessing the full range of the individual or communities needs and wants

  1. Interdisciplinary collaboration – working as a team of professionals in psychology, social work, gender expert, M&E experts, and research, to deliver integrated care; reducing fragmentation and duplicate services
  2. Contextualized and accessible care – developing and delivering support that is culturally appropriate and relevant to the needs and environment, respecting and responding to the diverse backgrounds of individuals and communities
  3. Sustainable systems of care – including communities in the delivery of programs allows us to engage target communities, to build strong support networks, and to create sustainable systems of care that can continue after our team has left, with resources and tools available for the long-term
  4. Empowering beneficiaries – we aim to empower individuals and communities to participate and take an active role in their own care and decision-making processes

By delivering this kind of care, PoMA seeks to increase access and reduce disparities in care available, build self-sufficiency and social cohesion, and instil sustainable systems of care that will ensure long-lasting, collective, and intergenerational impact on communities in need.