||Location of the Project
| Iraq and Lebanon – towards Inclusive development for refugees, IDPs and host communities affected by the Regional displacement Crisis.
||Kirkuk and Tikrit
|| 1-January- 2018- 31- December -2020
||The project was about the training of unemployed youth people of both sexes on a professions that could provide them with income such as (men’s shaving, women’s shaving, women’s sewing). The project covered (582) trainer of the IDPs families in the above professions for three months to enable them to practice these professions, with the vocational training center of Kirkuk and the vocational training center of Tikrit .All professions’ supplies as machines and equipment were provided
|FUAD- Enhancing employment and income generation .
|| Center of Kirkuk city
|| 1-August – 31- Desember-2017.
||: The project was about training young unemployed people of both sexes on a professions such as (men’s shaving, women’s shaving and women’s sewing) that could provide them with income. The training included (50) trainee (312) individual were trained by specialized trainers over three months in cooperation with the vocational training center Kirkuk, all professions’s requirements as machines and equipment were provided.
|FUAD ACT Alliance IRQ161 Support to IDPs and their hosts including Salahaddin.
|| Christian Aid
|| Al Sharqat – Salahaddin
||1- April-30-May- 2017.
|| The project was about the distribution of health items like (soap, cleaning powder , shampoo, towels, shaving tools, babies’ diapers, women’s diapers and Pail of water) to (1057) of the displaced families ( 6342) individual in Salah al-Din Al Shargat district , in order to keep them away from the diseases they might expose to because of the harsh conditions they faced.
|FUAD ACT Alliance IRAQ161 Support to IDPs and their hosts including Mosul.
|| Christian Aid
|| green neighborhood district – city center of Mosul.
|| 1-September- 4- October 2017.
||The project was about the distribution of various health items, for (1038) of displaced and returnees families – (6200) individuals within the center city of Mosul in the district of the green neighborhood. According to the standard policy used by the institution the most vulnerable families were selected after the survey process
| Enhancing employment and income generation
||Center city of Kirkuk
||1- October\ 2016 – 31-March-2017
||The project was about training young unemployed people of both sexes on a professions such as (men’s shaving, women’s shaving and women’s sewing) that could provide them with income. The training included (40) trainee (252) individual were trained by specialized trainers for three months in cooperation with the vocational training center Kirkuk, all professions’s requirements as machines and equipment were provided.
| FUAD – Cash Assistance for newly Displaced in Nazrawa Camp
||: Nazrawa camp- Kirkuk
|| 31- May -2- July – 2017
|| The project was about the distribution of cash money of ($ 50) sum for (512) family , ( 3072) individual of the most vulnerable IDPs families residing in the camp of Nazrawa – Lillian- Kirkuk.
|FUAD – Funding for humanitarian aid for internally displaced person in Mosul .
||Haj Ali – Qayara – Mosul
|| The project was about the distribution of a basket of food that contain (rice, sugar, oil, chickpeas, beans, salt) to the displaced, returnees and affected families in( Haj Ali district – Qayara – Mosul). (554) family, ( 3324) individuals were selected according to the standard policy the institution is follow in selecting the families after the survey process made by the team the most affected families were selected.
|FUAD – Humanitarian Winter Response
||20- November- 2015- 20- January-2016
||The project was about the distribution of winter materials like (blankets, Carpeting, heaters, glycan of oil) to (294) of the displaced families ( 2431) individual , that displaced to Kirkuk city
|Urgent Support for Vulnerable IDPs in Kirkuk
||25- August – 25- October – 2015
|| The project was about the distribution of food rations for (300) of IDPs families , ( 1965) individual and (20) chair for people with special needs, the most vulnerable of the displaced families were selected . according the institution policy.