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.
To continue meet emergent needs of affected populations, RNVDO has developed joint partnerships with OCHA via IHPF, NRC, Cordaid, Polish Humanitarian Aid (PAH), Secours Islamique France (SIF), Caritas Czech Republic, FOCSIV, Christian Aid Ministries, Mercy Corps, Oxfam and Samaritan’s Purse to provide operations/logistics including monitoring support and to distribute RRM kits, NFI Kits, Sawyer water filters, hygiene kits, baby diapers, fuel, dry food parcels and summer kits. Thousands more of the most affected families have benefited from RNVDO interventions.
In the six sectors of Jad’ah camps, demands are high from the swelling populations escaping the last bastions of ISIS areas. Partners like SIF, OXFAM, Muslim Aid and Focsiv Italy, Caritas Czeck Republic have supported: communal kitchens infrastructure, fuel, NFIs, hygiene kits, and other consumables, which have contributed to livelihoods development, security and social cohesion among camp communities.