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Within the framework of the project (Providing Psychosocial Support to Children and Adolescents Affected by Conflict in Kirkuk) implemented by FUAD in partnership with UNICEF in three locations in Kirkuk Governorate, namely Laylan Camp, Hawija District, and Kirkuk City Center in order to strengthen the child protection system with stronger legislative, political, institutional and community structures and capacities To provide high-quality, multi-sectoral, social workers follow up cases, identify girls and boys at risk and refer them to specialized services (legal support for statistics or civil documents, managing cases of gender-based violence, etc

Arranging alternative care for children affected by COVID-19 and children and caregivers in areas of displaced and returnees receiving psychosocial support, in addition to community recreational activities, enhancing life skills and preventing gender-based violence, and raising community awareness of community members about the main issues related to Children’s rights protection from exploitation

Due to COVID-19 prevention measures, mobile FUAD teams move between tents and reach homes in order to provide children with the necessary support and participate in recreational a ctivities