WASH is a key intervention for survival of communities during an emergency and has been part of the first line response which RNVDO provided at the beginning of the crisis in collaboration with UNICEF, IHPF, Oxfam Cordaid, Mercy Corps, QRC, UN Habitat and SIF, in Haj Ali Shelters, Tina Camp and Hamam Al-Alil camp through water trucking, construction of sanitation facilities and distribution of hygiene kits and NFIs.
RNVDO, in partnership with UNICEF, reached out to 100,000 beneficiaries in 14 liberated neighbourhoods in West Mosul, with water trucking, hygiene kits distribution, garbage collection (solid waste management), hygiene promotion and awareness. In addition, RNVDO is providing WASH operations and services for 80,500 beneficiaries across 16,500 plots in Jad’ah
camps 1 to 6, supported by UNICEF and IHPF. RNVDO is an active member of the Iraq WASH Cluster and also actively participates in the Water Trucking, Hygiene Promotion and Water Treatment Plant Working groups in Iraq.
RNVDO also partnered with NCA to provide WASH services in West Mosul. These services include emergency water trucking and garbage collection.
Water Trucking, Jad’ah Camp
Sawyer Water Filters Distribution, West Mosul
Hygiene Promotion, Jad’ah camps