RNVDO extends thanks to USAID for support of its early activities in Tina Camp

  RNVDO is delighted to see USAID writing about its support to Tina Camp in Nineveh Governorate in Iraq. We are deeply thankful to USAID and other donors and partners who supported us in serving the displaced communities in the Tina Camp. It is thanks to your contribution, that we could ensure the survival of Read More

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RNVDO facilitates reconciliation between four families from various clans

RNVDO recognises the importance of looking beyond provision of humanitarian aid. On daily basis, we work towards social cohesion and peace-building amongst displaced communities.    We facilitated the reconciliation of four families living in the camps, belonging to four different clans: Al-Buhamad, Al-Lahib, Al-Khawatneh and Al-Jegayfaia. The timely initiative ended a potentially dangerous family dispute. Read More

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RNVDO staff gathers in silence to commemorate the passing of Kofi Annan

It is with deep sadness that RNVDO mourns the death of Kofi Annan, the former Secretary General of the United Nations and the Nobel Peace Prize Laureate. Kofi Annan has passed away on 18th of August at the age of 80. Today all RNVDO staff in headquarters and in our field offices has gathered in Read More

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RNVDO Teams work tirelessly to receive displaced families from the Iraqi-Syrian border

RNVDO Teams worked tirelessly throughout the day and night to receive displaced families from the Al-Hol Camp on the Iraqi-Syrian border. The families, including many women, children and elderly arrived early morning on Friday, 17th of August 2018 to our Jed’ah Camp. RNVDO, in cooperation with the Iraqi Ministry of Displacement and Migration, provided the Read More

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RNVDO Community Centres provide IDPs with a chance to re-start their lives

It has been a year now since Iraqi authorities declared the liberation of Mosul. Internally displaced persons (IDPs) are slowly returning to their places of origin and look for opportunities to re-start their lives. However, very often they do not even recognise their former neighbourhoods of Mosul. West Mosul suffered the greatest destruction due to the Read More

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