programs

RNVDO has managed one of the largest groups of IDP camps in Iraq since its construction during the war with ISIS, Jad’ah Camp holds a population of more than 55,000 across the six Jad’ah camps.

The humanitarian context in Iraq has transitioned into a new phase. Although Iraq is currently in a post-conflict landscape after the end of military operations against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), there are unpredictable dynamics throughout the country, impacting humanitarian programming.

The humanitarian context in Iraq has transitioned into a new phase. Although Iraq is currently in a post-conflict landscape after the end of military operations against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), there are unpredictable dynamics throughout the country, impacting humanitarian programming.

Protection mainstreaming is introduced throughout RNVDO’s programming framework to assure community security and safety with a focus on gender-specific concerns.

Agriculture is one of the most vital sources of income for Iraqi families, especially in Nineveh. Nineveh has the most arable land among Iraqi provinces: in fact, according to the Ministry of Agriculture in Iraq, in Nineveh there are more than 5 million dunam for arable land area. 

(WASH) 

RNVDO WASH PROJECTS FOCUS ON WATER TRUCKING, WATER QUALITY TESTING AND MONITORING, OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE, SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT, DESLUDGING AND DRAINAGE ACTIVITIES, HYGIENE PROMOTION AND COORDINATION WITH COMMUNITY, ACTORS, AND GOVERNMENT.

Beginning October 2016 after commencement of the coalition offensive and the liberation of the first few neighborhoods in Nineveh Province, more than 3000 families (18000 individuals) have benefited from RNVDO’s first line food security response in collaboration with partners across Nineveh Province.

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