Shelter & Food

As displacements increase and are more frequent; The needs of the affected people multiplied to search for an alternative shelter to save their lives and their children, and It gives them a decent life, and this requires securing the means of sleep, clothing, heating equipment and other basic non-food items of living In every shelter, where this aid is provided to the displaced and the affected non-displaced alike.

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Number of beneficiaries: 13.566
Shelter and Non-Food Items Program

The shelter program aims to provide safe shelter to IDPs by providing healthy, privacy and dignified living conditions for groups of IDPs. people and families. It occurs in different forms such as camps, temporary or permanent housing. Other components of the distribution software include Non-food items of daily living such as seasonal clothing, cooking equipment, shelter kits and heaters

: Areas of Expertise

  1. Society
  2. Distribution of non-food items to people in emergencies: rapid response, taking into account accurate needs assessment and quality of response
  3. Supporting the transitional shelter: the shelter needs the stability of the displaced inside the collective centers and camps
  4. Provide stable shelter interventions: support return to place of origin when conditions are appropriate to rehabilitate damaged homes and buildings
  5. Adequate Emergency Preparedness: Develop a plan for emergency response by ensuring access to designed items and procedures for appropriate interventions

: Program date

The first program to support returning and displaced families has been launched in Diyala Governorate to repair and rehabilitate 60 homes with the support and funding of an organization (SELAVIP) in the areas of Diyala, Muqdadiya, Nawfal village - Al-Tala’a - Hamada village - Al-Akidat village. The number of families benefiting from the project reached (360) The houses were repaired and rehabilitated

: Program Physiology

The repair and rehabilitation of homes within the urgent response of "Seeds of Good" consists of 40 volunteers in different regions inside Iraq, who provide Weekly reports on changes related to the humanitarian situation in their area, including new increases in the number of IDPs
This report is sent to the program team, which determines the best course of action required to correct the emergency. Examples of distribution results include Non-food baskets consisting of kitchen sets, mattresses, solar lights, kerosene heaters, as well as requirements Other essential
In addition to coordinating with other programs, such as the Livelihoods Program, Food Security, Protection, Water and Sanitation, to inform them of the Any issues that need to be referred to them, such as open sanitation systems. Communication with the group is vital, to ensure that there is no duplication in any Efforts
In line with capacity building, the Shelter and Non-Food Items Program seeks to further develop the Rapid Response Network to expand Coverage in order to reach more accessible areas, thereby increasing the number of beneficiaries, in order to achieve sustainable results

Program projects

  • Rapid Response Mechanism
  • Rapid response network with wide coverage and well-equipped
  • Qualified and experienced field personnel
  • Different intervention activities
  • Strong relationships with local actors due to local acceptance
  • Program projects
  • The voice of the voiceless
  • Rehabilitation and distribution of non-food baskets