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Shelter & WaSH


KOHRW is a leading organization in protection of vulnerable groups, it supported the creation of Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) of IDPs and ran three (PACs) protection and assistances centers for IDPs, refugees, returnees, vulnerable groups, in Ninawa & Kirkuk providing legal consultation case management for victims. 


1. SHELTER REHABILITATION IN QAIM

(Returns and Recovery of IDPs in Anbar Programme)

2021:


KOHRW in partnership with IOM funded by PRM-DOS implemented the returns and recovery of IDPs in Anbar. The project aimed to facilitate durable solutions for retunes and host communities living in areas of returnees through area-based recovery interventions in the sector of livelihood& shelter. The project included rehabilitation of 175 war damaged houses for returnee families in Al-Qaim and Rummana

2. DURABLE HOUSING REHABILITATION FOR 300 VULNERABLE FAMILIES IN BEIJI, SALAH AL-DIN2019:


The project was implemented in partnership with IOM and funded by OFDA. The project successfully rehabilitated war damaged houses for 300 returnee families and others who remained in Beiji District, Salah Al-Din Governorate.

3. DURABLE HOUSING REHABILITATION FOR 200 VULNERABLE FAMILIES IN WEST ANBAR2018:


This program was supported by IOM and included housing rehabilitation for 200 families whose homes were damaged by terroristic attacks and/or military operations in Anbar

4. SHELTER REHABILITATION IN NINAWA (ZANJILI, YARMUK, MAGHREBI, BASHIQA)

2018:


KOHRW with support of UN-HABITAT rehabilitated 417 war-damaged houses in Ninawa governorate west of Mosul.  Those shelters were for returnees of minorities, mainly from the Shabak and Christian communities. Handover of project was completed in February 2018.

5. REHABILITATION OF SADA BAWIZA AND GOGJALI VILLAGES (SHABAK MINORITY)2010:


This program was supported by UNOCHA-ERF (Emergency Response Fund) and included rehabilitation of 207 houses for families whose homes had been damaged by terrorist attacks in September 2009. Rehabilitation took place in Sada Bawiza and Gogjali villages in Ninawa on Shabak minorities. The program provided emergency shelter assistance and core materials to provide shelter protection for those families

6. RECONSTRUCTION OF WARDAK VILLAGE (KAKAI MINORITY)

2009:


This project was supported by UNHCR-North and included reconstruction of 262 houses for families whose homes were damaged by the terrorist attack of September 10, 2009 in Wardak village. Beneficiaries of the project included Kakai minorities who were victims of the attack in addition to other vulnerable families in the village. The program provided emergency shelter assistance and core materials to provide shelter protection for those families.