SVF seeks through this program to satisfy some citizens’ needs by designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating a number of informal educational, community intervention and psychological actions to support the most marginalised, vulnerable groups (children and women) and the poorest people. This program has employed more than 109 university graduates by UNRWA funding from 2006 to 2011. This program provided a sort of job creation opportunities for young graduates to get engaged in serving the marginalised and vulnerable groups as result of ongoing humanitarian problems of Gaza Strip. This program contributes to achieve democratic governance objectives while addressing the humanitarian needs. SVF proposes combining the provision of a basic service with strong DG components, and to implement these initiatives in such a way as to strengthen the grassroots reach of the organizations, positioning them to take a larger role in pushing for democratic reform, adherence to the rule of law, and other DG objectives in the future.