13 Jun 2019
Harikar NGO is a neutral, non-governmental, non-profit humanitarian organization established in 30th May 2004 by group of social activists. Harikar NGO as stated in its mission statement strives toward the fulfilment of human and women rights in Duhok Governorate as stipulated in the new Iraqi constitution of 15th October 2005. Harikar is committed to- within its resources- contribute towards the achievement of the internationally agreed Millennium Development Goals. Harikar believes in human rights, the right of every person to reach his potential without discrimination on the basis of race, gender, religion, social segment and ethnicity. We strive to achieve the social justice especially among the marginalized vulnerable groups. It also works towards elimination of all forms of discrimination against women…
Thursday a special day for “Cash for Work” beneficiaries Thursday is considered a special day for women benefiting from the project “Cash for Work”, which is part of the activities of the project “Strengthening the resilience of Syrian women and girls and host communities in Iraq”, implemented with the support of UN Women and the European Trust Fund (Madad). Once a week, the 24 women beneficiaries of gather in the Women Support Center in Mosul to meet in a friendly environment with TAJDID social researchers who ask them about their life and challenges they face at the personal, family or professional levels with the aim of extending any help possible to them. Thursday is also the day when these women…
09 May 2019
Harikar NGO is a neutral, non-governmental, non-profit humanitarian organization established in 30th May 2004 by group of social activists. Harikar NGO as stated in its mission statement strives toward the fulfilment of human and women rights in Duhok Governorate as stipulated in the new Iraqi constitution of 15th October 2005. Harikar is committed to- within its resources- contribute towards the achievement of the internationally agreed Millennium Development Goals. Harikar believes in human rights, the right of every person to reach his potential without discrimination on the basis of race, gender, religion, social segment and ethnicity. We strive to achieve the social justice especially among the marginalized vulnerable groups. It also works towards elimination of all forms of discrimination against women…
07 May 2019
CNSF is a local humanitarian with capacity-building NGO with over 5 years of experience. CNSF provide, Hope for the vulnerable people and protect their dignity while co-creating longer term opportunities for sustainable growth and fulfilling people’s potential. We work with International NGO’s and Individual Donors. Our Value: Independent and nonprofit, CNSF (operating under the Iraqi law) respects a strict political and religious impartiality, and operates following principles of non-discrimination, transparency, according to its core values: responsibility, impact, enterprising-spirit and inspiration. You can read our Monthly Newsletter No.05/ May 3, 2019 at the below link: http://www.thecnsf.com/news/2019/5/3/monthly-newsletter-no05
18 Apr 2019
Treating Mosul’s wounded: A year at MSF’s post-operative care facility In a ward at MSF’s post-operative care facility in Mosul, Ahed is sleeping deeply. The young girl just underwent her 27th surgery in less than two years. Her aunt, Rana, puts her hand on Ahed’s head and whispers, “I just hope her wounds will heal, so she’s not constantly reminded of what happened to her family.” On 19th June 2017, the battle for Mosul entered its fiercest phase, as the Iraqi army tried to retake the last quarters of the Old City from the Islamic State group. Rana explains, “Ahed’s family were living in the area. They tried to flee, but the Islamic State fighters brought them back and put…
The update quickly discusses the improvements made to the hospital; such as rehabilitation of the emergency room (ER), introduction of ‘Triage’ system, and training of 80 staff members on the new system. The new improvements should promote the level of care and health services provided to patients in this hospital and inhabitants of the area: Iraq: “We helped, but the Iraqi doctors are the ones who made it work” ‘The ER sees 20,000 patients a month’ Last year, the emergency room (ER) of Imam Ali hospital received an average of 20,000 patients per month. This means that doctors treat up to 700 people per day. It’s a massive load of people for a regular-sized hospital. An MSF team first visited…
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