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An international organization: the humanitarian situation of the displaced is getting worse

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An international organization: the humanitarian situation of the displaced is getting worse Empty An international organization: the humanitarian situation of the displaced is getting worse

Post by rocky Wed Aug 04, 2021 7:22 am

[size=52]An international organization: the humanitarian situation of the displaced is getting worse[/size]

[size=45]Translation / Hamed Ahmed[/size]
[size=45]The international organization, Ground Truth Solutions GTS, concerned with conducting investigations into the humanitarian conditions of affected communities around the world, including displaced and displaced persons, stated that the humanitarian situation in Iraq, nearly four years after the end of military operations against ISIS, is still fragile, with many people living in a state of displacement. Chronic unemployment amid political and economic instability, the poverty rate in the country is expected to increase by 14%.[/size]
[size=45]The Austria-based organization said in its July report that Iraq is still home to more than 1.2 million internally displaced people and about 246,000 Syrian refugees, noting that the government's recent decision to close a number of camps has left thousands of people without a place. They go to it, or are unable to achieve a safe or dignified return to their original areas.[/size]
[size=45]In its report, the organization indicated that it is expected, in the short term, that the poverty rate in Iraq will increase by 7-14% due to the consequences of the Corona epidemic disease, with the number of poor people in the country increasing to 12.4 million people. She said that many people expressed their need for money to cover their incomplete needs and their need for more reliable services.[/size]
[size=45]A survey conducted by the organization showed that more than a third of the number of displaced persons and needy families, which constitutes 38%, complained that their urgent needs of food, shelter and medical services were not met, and another two-thirds of them talked about the damage they sustained as a result of the closure of the camps and that they were afraid of losing aid.[/size]
[size=45]And being already weakened by decades of conflicts and economic neglect, the infrastructure of the health system in Iraq has deteriorated greatly in recent months, with it facing a rise in the number of people infected with the Corona epidemic and a shortage of medical equipment and health workers. Half of those surveyed in a previous WHO report were satisfied with healthcare during the COVID-19 pandemic.[/size]
[size=45]The situation is getting more complicated as the government authorities continue to close the camps, which has left more than 35,000 people in a state of loss since October 2020. The vast majority of them did not choose to leave the camps, and half of them stated that they were unable to return to their areas of origin due to the destruction of their homes.[/size]
[size=45]The organization stated that about a third of those surveyed in this report were affected by the closure of the camp, and many of them expressed concern about losing the assistance they used to receive.[/size]
[size=45]A displaced person from Kirkuk who returned after the camp closed said, “We are back, but there has been no organization that has been helping us since we left the camp. The most difficult case for returnees is rent allowance.”[/size]
[size=45]The organization indicates in its report that the camp closures will continue during the year 2021. Some of the camp closures have caused unstable conditions for the return of the displaced, and therefore it is assumed that people should be notified long enough to leave so that they can take decisions that preserve their dignity, in order to ensure that solutions are provided sustainable for returning IDPs.[/size]
[size=45]Most of those who were surveyed of the displaced, or 71%, said that the aid goes to those who need it most, but this answer varies from one region to another in the areas where the displaced are located. One of the returnees from Anbar province said, "Part of the aid is not being delivered in a fair and transparent way to those who deserve it."[/size]
[size=45]Concern about the fairness of distribution may be related to food aid, as it was found in a separate study that nearly half of the returnees from the displaced said that food aid is not distributed equitably. A third of the Syrian refugees said they receive sufficient food aid, while the rest depend on what they find cheap food or what they borrow from others.[/size]
[size=45]Almost two-thirds of the displaced (62%) said that the aid covers their needs, and the number of men constitutes 36%, while the number of women constitutes 73%. Others expressed that they were not receiving their needs properly.[/size]
[size=45]"In many cases, the Mukhtar or other organizations do not transfer aid to the families who need it most," said a 21-year-old displaced person from Nineveh Governorate.[/size]
[size=45]Another aspect of the humanitarian needs revealed by the report is that most of the displaced in the camps suffer financial hardship in meeting their needs, and the survey showed that two thirds of the displaced are under debt.[/size]
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