Child protection services for Syrian and non-Syrian refugees in and outside of camps, Duhok Governorate

Iraq Emergencies and disaster resilience
October 2021
October 2021

This 12-month project will increase coverage of child protection service provision and strengthen existing child protection structures in order to build the resilience of conflict affected vulnerable and at-risk Syrian and non-Syrian refugee children and youth enduring prolonged displacement in Dohuk Governorate. Throughout the project, 400 children will receive specialized protection services. 275 partner and/or government staff will receive training about child protection and child rights, including case management training. ACTED will continue to support the 2 community-based organizations established under 2017’s project, through sub-grants and capacity building, in addition to supporting national NGO Gashbun through similar methods.

Current projects

Meet the vital needs, particularly in terms of water, hygiene and sanitation, of the populations affected by the war in Syria and displaced in Iraq, in the Bardarash and Gawilan camps.

Facilitating economic recovery through the provision of sustainable livelihood opportunities in Sheikhan district, Ninewa governorate

Provision of integrated multi-sectoral response for vulnerable populations living in informal sites in Iraq

Coordinated Action for Multi-Sector Programming in Camp and Out-of-Camp Settings

Meeting the vital needs of populations affected by the war in north-eastern Syria and displaced in Iraq

Création d’un espace culturel francophone au sein de l’université de Mossoul

Child protection services for refugees in Iraq

Improving Communication with Refugee Communities

Improving communication with the IDP communities in Iraq

Cash Assistance for IDPs