16 Dec 2014
PARC Protection and Community service teams monitored the newly arrived refugees from Kobane in Ibrahim Khalil throughout the week to monitor and to assess their needs. PARC team conducted two filed visits for 12 families / 65 individuals to assess their vulnerable needs. 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. The total clients/cases received by HAIKAR-WLC/Domiz and Gawilan camps were (250), (43) cases of them were GBV cases while the other (199) cases were NON-GBV. Please find attached the complete activity report.
10 Dec 2014
PARC Protection and Community service teams monitored the newly arrived refugees from Kobane in Ibrahim Khalil throughout the week to monitor and to assess their needs. PARC team conducted two filed visits Duhok and Zakho for 47 families to assess their vulnerable needs. Providing SAS from camp and non-camp areas with legal assistance by PARC lawyers; (4) received cases, (5) resolved case and (4) legal advice cases. The total clients/cases received by HAIKAR-WLC/Domiz and Gawilan camps were (226), (49) cases of them were GBV cases while the other (117) cases were NON-GBV. Please find attached the complete activity report.
Mission East is continuing its winterization efforts in the Dohuk Governorate. Most recently it has expanded its activities to Batifa, which is located about 30km east of Zakho. Utilizing community support, the organization distributed winter clothing kits and blankets to 400 families in Batifa and the surrounding villages. Mission East will continue distributions of winterized kits and will start implementing temporary shelter solutions as well. The organization’s primary area of focus is the Zakho district but it is coordinating with other partners to seek potential ways to do complementary work throughout the region.
Asuda conducted a training on SGBV for the project team working on a UNHCR funded project to support IDPs in Sulaymaniyah governorate. The training, conducted at Asuda with support from UNHCR, included subjects such as SGBV awareness for IDPs displaced to due recent fighting in various areas in Kurdistan and Iraq and currently living in camps and settlements in Sulaymaniyah.
08 Dec 2014
Together with the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), QANDIL Swedish Humanitarian Aid Organization delivered 607 winterisation kits to the IDPs living in Zakho municipality, Duhok governorate. QANDIL and the UNHCR supplied more winterisation kits to the IDPs situated in Zakho area and Duhok governorate and benefited: ~ 278 families in Izawa and Darkar living in unfinished buildings ~ 580 families in Khrab Babk living in unfinished buildings ~ 458 families in Bajed Kandala Camp ~ 490 families provided with plastic sheets in Dalal City, Zakho ~ 770 families in Bardarash Tent Settlement and Bardarash town ~ 683 families in Shekhan town ~ 1160 families in Khanke Camp in Duhok ~ 442 families in Wargahi Dalal, Zakho
03 Dec 2014
Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières field coordinator Omar Ahmed Abenza writes from Najaf, southern Iraq, where MSF is assisting internally displaced families in Diwaniya, Kerbala, and Babil with non-food item distribution, mobile clinics, and health promotion. It is six o'clock in the morning and, despite the temperature exceeding 50 degrees [122 degrees Fahrenheit] in the hot months, it is a little cold in Najaf. Yesterday afternoon we received a call from Khalid, who is from Telafar district in northern Iraq. Displaced by the war, he sometimes works for us from the city of Ein el Tamer. Situated on the border between the regions of Kerbala and Anbar, Ein el Tamer is one of the reception points for the hundreds of…