01 Sep 2014

HARIKAR - Weekly Report 24-28 August 2014

PROTECTION ASSISTANCE AND REINTEGRATION CENTER (PARC) IN CAMP & NON-CAMP AREAS/ UNHCR PROGRAM
 
  •  PARC team did 3 field visits in (Zakho/Batifa and Bedar 3) and (Duhok/Etit) for 18 families/76 individuals to assess the needs of the SAS and identify vulnerable individuals.
  •  PARC team referred 4 cases of SAS to different concerned NGOs and hospitals that Harikar has coordination with, to be provided with assistance and services.
  • Providing SAS from camp and non-camp areas with legal assistance by PARC lawyers; (4) received cases, (3) resolved case and (4) legal advice cases.
  • QIPs team site visited to Barokh School, Thalassemia Center and Rheumatic Diseases Center to monitor the interventions and check the quality of materials provided by the company such as classroom desks, whiteboards, and other rehabilitation materials.
  • Negotiations and signing contract with the company to start the provision of equipment for health centers/hospitals.
  • Site visit to Zakho youth Center and the women shelter in Duhok to do an assessment for new QIPs.
  • Meeting with the head of directorate of youth centers in Duhok, to coordinate and update them about youth/community related QIPs.
  • PARC team started assessing families for the Unconditional Cash Assistance program in urban areas.
  • PARC team, so far, identified 81 cases and are ready to be reviewed by panel board for approval.
  • The total clients/cases received by HAIKAR-WLC/Domiz and Gawilan camps were (47), (17) cases of them were GBV cases while the other (30) cases were NON-GBV.
  • WLC/Domiz did two mobilization visits have been arranged and done this week.
  • WLC/Domiz visited DMC to follow up a case of providing with a tent.
  • An information session held by WLC-Gawelan about (Domestic Violence), 14 women attended this session.
  • WLC/Gawilan visited Bardarash/DCVAW for the purpose of coordination with them.
  • Harikar CSA team referred one case of SAS in Zakho/Batifa to Hivi Nazdar NGO for getting further medical tests and support.
  • Harikar CSA team referred two cases of SAS in (Zakho/Batifa and Baradarsh/Daratoo) to Registration Centre in Domiz Camp for adding family members.
  • Harikar CSA team referred one case of SAS in Zakho/Batifa to Khabor hospital for getting free medical support.
  • CSA team with QIP colleagues visited Newa Center in Duhok/KRO Street to identify their needs. The center is specialized of rehabilitating women who were suffered from different types of SGBV.
  • CSA team solved a previously followed up SAS registration case in Duhok by visiting Residency Directorate and Registration Center in Domiz Camp.
  • CSA team identified 15 SAS families that were favourable for the Unconditional Cash Assistance program in urban areas.
Medical Reimbursement Program
  • CSA with Harikar medical supervisor visited Misserike and Gregawra for Medical Reimbursement Program and identifying the medical cases. During the visit to Misserike, 3 cases were identified as follows:
  •  A young girl had loin pain and poor renal functioning. Double G. stent putted need continuous follow up and monitoring of renal function.
  •  An old female had hypertension, gallstone, and gastric problem. Most of her medications are not available in P.H.S.
  •  Middle aged male had ischemic heart disease. He needs continuous treatment. Most of the medications are not available in P.H.S.
  • While the visit to Gregawra village, Harikar medical supervisor along with CSA assist one case as follow:
  •  A middle aged male had chronic urinary tract infection he needs follow up and treatment, medications are not available in primary center.
Challenges
  • Difficulty to satisfy the refugees about the criteria of the medical reimbursement program because they believe their cases are vulnerable as well, while their diseases are simple and they didn't had serious medical problems. And they blamed the team for not taking care of them.
  • Until now the distribution of help to any medical case was not offered since 5 months from now.QUICK IMPACT PROJECTs (QIPs)
  • Site visit to Barokh School, Thalassemia Center and Rheumatic Diseases Center to monitor the interventions and check the quality of materials provided by the company such as classroom desks, whiteboards, and other rehabilitation materials.
  •  Negotiations and signing contract with the company to start the provision of equipment for health centers/hospitals.
  • Site visit to Zakho youth Center and the women shelter in Duhok to do an assessment for new QIPs.
  • Meeting with the head of directorate of youth centers in Duhok, to coordinate and update them about youth/community related

QIPs.HARIKAR WOMAN LISTENING CENTERS AT DOMIZ AND GAWILAN CAMPS (WLCs)
*The total clients/cases received by HAIKAR-WLC/Domiz camp were (47), (17) cases of them were GBV cases while the other (30) cases were NON-GBV, as following:
Counseling (9)
Case management/ follow up (17)
Referral cases: (1)
Other cases: (20)
Other activities by Harikar-NGO
- One new (GBV) case of psychosocial has been received.
- Two mobilization visits have been arranged and done this week.
- WLC/Domiz visited DMC to follow up a case of providing with a tent.
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