Sunday, June 24, 2018

RNVDO IN 2017

livelihood

A workshop for program and finance staff

On 20 March RNVDO launched a process of internal capacity building in project design, M&E and management. The workshops, to take place this spring, cover all core building blocks of project development such as theory of change and logical framework approach, while there is also considerable focus on sharing and discussing lessons from past projects Read More

CCCM protection

Fire prevention awareness campaign in Jadd’ah

On March 6 March 2018, RNVDO in collaboration with IOM, UNHCR, RNVDO, WRO, TDH and Intersos started fire prevention awareness campaign for Jada’ah camps. The campaign is composed of, outreach awareness for all the camps by holding session with IDPs for each 10 tents then distribute the leaflets and hanging the posters. Secondly displaying awareness Read More

education protection

Temporary Learning Spaces

Introduction From June 2014 until the beginning of a military offensive in October 2016, Mosul had been under the control of the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS). Iraq’s second largest city was home to an estimated 1.2 million people–half of whom were children—and it is estimated that as many as 850,000 highly vulnerable Read More

livelihood protection

ANA Fi AMAN

Protect and build resilience of women, youth and children in Mosul, Iraq   Partnership with LWR The project envisages improved protection awareness and enhanced life skills by providing access to protection services, education and livelihoods support through vocational trainings for 7,700 beneficiaries in Wadi Hajar. ‘Ana-Fi-Aman’ which translates to ‘I am safe’ in Arabic is Read More

Education

education Success Stories

Distribution of educational supplies

Distribution of educational supplies for (72) schools in Al-Qayyarah sub-district southern Mosul Within the support of UNICEF, RNVDO launched to distribute teaching aids for (72) schools in Al- Qayyarah sub district, the distribution contained educational supplies for more than (42,000) students (Elementary & Intermediate grades)with school bags, stationery, and school furniture. The distribution operation was Read More

education protection

Temporary Learning Spaces

Introduction From June 2014 until the beginning of a military offensive in October 2016, Mosul had been under the control of the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS). Iraq’s second largest city was home to an estimated 1.2 million people–half of whom were children—and it is estimated that as many as 850,000 highly vulnerable Read More

education

Hajj Ali Shelter:New schools with psychosocial Support

August 2016 Children are some of the biggest victims of the islamic State’s propaganda.Human rights organizations and news outlets have extensively documented IS’ indoctrination techniques on young children, where they instill extremist ideology and violent behavior

education

Teena Camp Building Schools and Community

September 2016 Children in Teena Camp Have shown signs of trauma due to their time under IS control. They often are fearful of IS’ return, which impacts their behavior and their ability to move forward