We have three levels of work, which require three levels of action. First, we provide services that are urgently needed to prevent threats and abuse and address immediate effects. Second, we are implementing and need to implement more programs that enable people improve their situation and restore their dignity. At the third level, action is required to change underlying circumstances that obstruct the ability of people to realize and enjoy their human rights. Each of these three levels of intervention is strengthened by communities through active involvement in identifying and designing responses to the threats they are facing. CBP puts the capacities, agency, rights and dignity of persons of concern at the center of programming. It generates more effective and sustainable protection outcomes by identifying protection gaps through consultation, strengthening local resources and capacity.