24 Jun 2014

HARIKAR - Weekly Report 15-19 June 2014


-    PARC team did filed visit in non-camp area for 9 families/32 individuals and their needs were identified.
-    PARC referred 4 different cases of SAS and old refugees to different institutions that Harikar has coordination with for providing them with assistance and services.
-    Legal assistance has been provided for 12 cases of camp and non-camp Syrian Asylum Seekers and Turkish refugees.
-    PARC/Akre team visited the school in Akre for the purpose of following up the process of examinations.
-    PARC/Akre team met with Rise Foundation for hiring some laborers and the team provided them with a list of names. 
-    PARC/Akre team followed up 1 Health case identified during their monitoring in the camp. 
-    PARC/Akre team had a meeting with UNHCR and the camp manager to follow up and discuss about the protection cases identified during this week.
-    PARC/ WLC staff participated in the S/GBV and case management training which was organized by IRC (16-19 June 2014). 
-    PARC hired a car for the purpose of transporting SAS patients from Bajid Kandala camp to Zakho hospital. During this week, 12 patients at different ages have been transferred to Zakho hospital for treatment. 
-    PARC provide 27 singles in Domiz camp with breakfast meals and will go on for 10 days. 
-    In this week, PARC provided (1091) breakfast meals for the SAS in Bajid Kandala Camp.
-    Akre CS team referred 4 males (under 18) to the protection team to find solution for their concerns.
-    Akre CS team identified and assisted 1 female (over 18) to seek treatment at UPP clinic. 
-    Akre CS team identified a student (9th grade) quitting school because her family can’t offer the cost of eyeglasses for her. 
-    Akre CS team identified 3 families who returned to Syria during this week. 
-    Akre CS team identified a female (under 18) who needs an elbow surgery recommended by Dr. Samir (Kherka Hospital).
-    Akre CS team identified a male (under 18) who has a heart problem; he needs to see a doctor to check his situation.
-    Akre CS team announced to provide sewing training course and English language classes for the SAS in Akre refugee camp.
-    Akre CS team received 1 case of SAS who was looking for a job opportunity.
-    Akre CS team identified 3 fire distinguishers which need to be repaired quickly or replaced.
-    Akre CS team reports that University of Duhok donated 300 various books to the camp library in order SAS can get benefit from reading.
-    Akre CS team met with the doctor at the health center to supply the center with the needed medicine.
-    Akre CS team identified 3 cases of smallpox. 
-    Akre team reports that the second term exams are still in the progress.  
-    Akre team reports that the white boards at Kurdiny school needs to be hanged more properly.
-    The CS team identified 7 child labourers (CL) cases and referred them to the protection team to solve their concern.
-    Akre CS team in cooperation with the camp manager managed to establish a hygiene awareness committee.
-    Akre CS and protection team in cooperation with the camp management cleaned and arranged UNHCR office inside the camp.    
-    Akre CS team obtained a list of urban families in Akre and submitted to UNHCR/Protection team.
-    PARC/Gawilan WLC staff visited Gawilan camp and coordinated with DMC and UPP on 15th June, 2014).
-    PARC/ Gawilan WLC staff attended the IRC training about S/GBV core concepts and case management (16-19 June 2014).
-    PARC/ CSA did an assessment in Daratoo and Gregawre to identify vulnerable individuals and enroll them in the cash assistance program. In both settlements, 20 cases have been identified for cash assistance (10 Daratoo, 10 Gregawre).
-    PARC team provided 14 families with cash assistance in Miserike and Moquble Ex. Military. 
PARC-Medical Reimbursement Program

CSA with the medical supervisor visited the two settlements of refugees; Daratoo and Miserike for Medical Reimbursement Program and identifying the medical cases. In both settlements, 19 medical cases have been identified (12 Daratoo, 7 Miserike); out of them 14 cases have been accepted to be reimbursed (10 Daratoo, 4 Miserike).

-    Bids opening for the announced QIPs of Barokh/Asoda schools in Semel.
-    Signing a contract with two companies; starting renovation works in Bardarash Youth Center and Rangin School in Zakho.
-    Negotiations and preparation of contracts with companies for Barokh School interventions.
-    Site visit to Bardarash Youth Center with Shaxi Rash Company to clarify the distribution of the quantities of work before the starting of interventions.
-    Meeting with UNHCR colleagues to follow up on DoH proposals and prioritize between the proposed works.
-    Site visit to Thalassemia Center with DoH Engineer to finalize the type of works mentioned in the BoQ.
-    Rewriting the BoQs for five health centers/hospitals (Deralok PHC, Duhok Emergency Hospital, Rheumatic Center, Thalassemia Health Center, and Akre Emergency Hospital) and sharing them with UNHCR to follow up on DoH proposals.


-    Harikar NGO opened a new Woman Listening Center at Gawilan Camp. The teams of the two WLCs started the work by attending a capacity building workshop which was organized by IRC on case management and S/GBV prevention.
-    PARC/WLC staff visited Gawilan camp and coordinated with DMC staff and UPP for following up the cases of SAS women in Gawilan camp. 


-    During this week, the GTI- Duhok team conducted two performances. The first one in Zakho Education Department on Monday 16, June 2014 at 10:30am and 45 attended the performance. The second one in Domiz Youth Center on 19 June, 2014 at 5:00 pm and 72 attended the performance.
-    Harikar staff met the director of Fayda Youth Center to coordinate with them regarding the new performances.

-    During the reporting period, a total of 15 cases were received in both legal clinic office and during the outreach visits. Among the 15 cases, 7 were full legal representation and 8 were legal consultations. The 7 full legal representations were (2 social security cards, 2 alimony and 3 criminal defense men). The 8 legal consultations were (1 custody, 1 alimony, 1 criminal  defense for woman, 1 assistance accessing government benefits, 2 divorce, 1 proving/registering   marriage, 1 birth certificate). The legal consultations were given by the clinic lawyers on various legal issues to the clients approached the clinic office and met during the outreach visits.
-    Regarding the outreach visits, 3 visits were paid to Sumel, Bardarsh and Zakho districts. The team was consisted of a lawyer and a social worker. The visits covered the courthouses, women unions and IDPs sites.


Child Friendly Space could enroll a number of children and youth from Domiz Camp in the various activities and lectures of the week such as: hygiene awareness, dance, listening short stories, painting, music and sports. Children who participated and attended the activities were between the ages of (4-17). The activities were held in Kulilik and Nergiz centers at Domiz Camp.

-    Two seminars were presented at Jiyan and Kar centers. The seminars were about "Early Childhood". 139 women from Domiz camp attended the two seminars. Besides, teaching Kurdish language, general education and math to 350 beneficiaries is continuous at the two centers.
-    Opening and enrolling 157 beneficiaries in a sewing training in both Jiyan and Kar centers.

-    In Domiz Camp Harikar –PWJ staffs held a meeting with DMC to discuss the water quality in Domiz Camp and they visited some water sources in Domiz camp to have the information about the process of adding chlorine. On the other hand, KAP survey has not started yet in Domiz camp because we are requested by DMC and DoH to prepare another handout about the quality of in Domiz camp. The team was also requested to give a plan of Survey to HHP in Domiz camp before starting the tent to tent visits. Moreover, refugees use latrine shared with other families or Public latrine, refugees are cleaning toilets almost every day. Harikar HP teams ensure them about the necessity of washing hands after using toilets. It is also emerged that a large numbers of kids were afraid to use the toilet because of darkness.
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