The role of civil society organizations in liberated areas
26/5/2018 12:00 am
[rtl]Contributed to the drying and eradication of the sources of dystrophy
The will of the Iraqis to fight the "da'ash" of the terrorist and expel him from the soil of the homeland, and the next major task is to dry the sources of discontent because of the lack of equal opportunities, as well as chasing the scattered remnants of the dark. A task that needs real support, a humanitarian touch that addresses urgent needs alongside major reconstruction projects. These are projects that can not be guaranteed by the official state organs and all its main tasks. It is a task entrusted to civil society organizations.
Immediately after the liberation of the right side of Mosul, and two months before the completion of the liberation of the left side, the office questioned the President of AMAR International Charity under the direct supervision of the Baroness Emma Nicholson, the President of the Foundation on the possibility of opening a clinic in the area of Bzwia from areas hit by the dark attack, which includes a group of Iraqis Of the Shabak, Yazidis and Christians.
The regular movement between Baghdad and the outskirts of Mosul began in shuttle visits to Dr. Ali Muthanna, Regional Director and Emaar Adel, director of the Baghdad office, in addition to the assistance of an expert from the people of the region to open this dispensary as the Iraqi armed forces advance the task of restoring the land. Military, but accompanied by medical services at a distinct level.
Thus, at a cost of more than 310 million Iraqi dinars, the clinic was opened, which last March alone, the first of the opening months, received more than 1900 references in an area of about 20,000 citizens, or 10 percent of the population of the region. 5 villages did not know the location of the clinic, in addition to the difficult climatic conditions, where the opening of the health center with the fall of rain and floods in the region.
The Baroness, on her recent visit to Baghdad, wanted to inspect the clinic, the residents of the area and the field for what they might ask, but the difficulties faced by the project implementation team from the difficulty of movement and the lack of a suitable place to stay prevented this visit to express solidarity with the victims of the attack.
The health services provided by the residents of the region to treat many general and women's diseases, medicines, dental care, mother and child care, preventive vaccines and treatment of malnutrition of children and pregnant women with advanced sonar service.
AMAR is responsible for the expenses of the three doctors, general, women, dentists, 4 nurses and the rest of the staff.
While citizens across Mosul expressed their appreciation for this initiative, AMAR and Education Minister Sharon Eubank learned that winter would not leave quickly by March, distributing 1,500 blankets among the residents of Khanakeh and Mamanian camps, which total 3,400 citizens and citizens. Note that the residents of Khaneke are Yezidis who have suffered from the harshness of the offensive and obscene. The camp of Mamanian, the majority of its residents of the Arabs and Kurds, who fled from their areas to avoid further injustice and urging their attacks on the dignity of citizens and deprive them.[/rtl]
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