05 Aug 2014

HARIKAR - Weekly 27-31 JULY 2014

Tuesday, 05 August 2014
PROTECTION ASSISTANCE AND REINTEGRATION CENTER (PARC) IN CAMP & NON-CAMP AREAS/ UNHCR PROGRAM - Harikar CS team, non-camp referred two cases in Zakho to registration center in Domiz camp for adding family members into their UNHCR sertificate, 1 SAS case in Duhok was referred to Azadi hospital fot getting free medical support, and 1 SAS in Zakho was referred to Havkar organization to get free medicin. - CSA team updated the Livelihood and Chronic Medical cases lists, all new cases have been added to the lists for future references. - PARC/ QIPs team did tender announcement, Tender takeover and handover for the two announced tenders (Rehabilitation ITB003 and provision of equipment ITB 004). - PARC/QIPs team held a meeting with…
05 Aug 2014

FUAD - IDPs Situation in Kirkuk

Tuesday, 05 August 2014
Straining from 2006 Kirkuk city was one of the cities that received IDPs from the cities that witnessed military operations and ethnic conflicts and these families came to Kirkuk because of the stable of security situation of the city .But this year there were a notable increase in the number of the IDPs, particularly when the military operation began in Anbar (before seven months) and increased more after the fall of Mosel and Salaheldeen (before two months) in the hands of ISIS,and these armed groups are continuing fighting with the Army forces and the Peshmerga forces and day after day they are expanding their control over new areas which in return increases the numbers of Displaced families whom flee from…
As the people of Iraq face a deepening conflict-fuelled humanitarian crisis, Islamic Relief has delivered vital aid to Christian families that have fled their homes in Mosul. An estimated 500,000 people in the governorate of Ninewa were displaced when fighting broke out in June. Most recently, thousands of Christian families were forced from the country’s second-largest city by armed fighters. Reportedly leaving with only the clothes they stand in, some are seeking safety in Iraqi-Kurdistan, whilst others have fled to the east of Ninewa – where many are sheltering in churches, schools, and unfinished buildings. Foodpacks for displaced Christian families As part of our Ramadan distribution in the conflict-torn country, on Islamic Relief provided 1,500 Christian families with parcels packed…
Handicap International launched in June an emergency response for rapid support to specific needs of People with Disabilities and Injuries within the displaced populations that fled the conflicts in Iraq. Around 300,000 people left the conflict areas after the fall of Mosul (second largest Iraqi city) and looked for safe haven in Northern Iraq where the organization was already active over the past years. Handicap International focuses on the identification of special needs, development of individual rehabilitation action plans, referral of identified cases as per individual special needs and provision of mobility aids and assistive devices. Handicap International also providestechnical support to the other humanitarian actors for ensuring a more inclusive emergency response. After a week, already 164 cases were…
03 Aug 2014
HARIKAR NGO DUHOK GOVERNORATE WEEKLY REPORT 20-24 JULY 2014 PROTECTION ASSISTANCE AND REINTEGRATION CENTER (PARC) IN CAMP & NON-CAMP AREAS/ UNHCR PROGRAM • PARC team did 2 field trips in (Duhok, Shakhke) and (Zhakho, Chamkork2) for 13 families/77 individuals. The most vulnerable individuals were identified and 8 cases of the interviewed SAS families were referred to different concerned NGOs and hospitals that Harikar has coordination with, to be provided with assistance and services. 5 of them were referred to registration center in Domiz camp. • Seekers (SAS) in camp and non-camp areas and in Turkish refugees settlements with legal assistance by PARC lawyers; (3) received cases, (2) resolved case and (3) legal advice cases. • Harikar community services team (CS)…
AKRON, Pa. – Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) and partner organizations continue to meet needs of families displaced by conflict in Iraq with a mid-July distribution of locally purchased food and personal hygiene items. Supplies in Garmawa Camp in Kurdish-controlled northern Iraq were running low when MCC and partner Zakho Small Villages Project arrived with food packages in two large trucks. The packages of rice, lentils, oil and other cooking staples, plus basic personal hygiene items such as soap, were given to more than 230 families living in the camp. They had been driven from the city of Mosul by the militant group that now calls itself Islamic State. James Fine of MCC Iraq said, “People were particularly pleased that the…