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    [size=52]International organization: 62% of displaced people and returnees in Nineveh have no source of income[/size]

    [size=45]Translated by / Hamed Ahmed[/size]
    [size=45]A report by the International Organization for Migration dealt with the difficulties and challenges faced by displaced people and returnees in areas and neighborhoods west of Nineveh, which included Al-Baaj, Kairouan, Sinjar, and the village of Sinuni, north of Sinjar, along with the needs that these families lack, indicating that 62% of them have no income and suffer from unemployment, and a large percentage of them are more than 48 years old. % suffer from disabilities that pose a challenge to their daily lives.[/size]
    [size=45]The international organization indicates that Nineveh Governorate, which has a population between 3.3 and 3.8 million people, has approximately 10,000 people residing in the Baaj area and approximately 27,000 people residing in the Kairouan area. As for Sinjar, there are 41,000 people (before it was invaded by Before ISIS, their number was 325,816 individuals), and in the village of Sinuni, north of Sinjar, it is currently inhabited by 17,000 people (before ISIS, it was home to approximately 148,000 people). According to the international organization’s displacement index, there are generally 247,507 internally displaced persons in Nineveh Governorate out of 1 million, 142,014 displaced persons throughout Iraq. As for the number of displaced persons returning to their areas in Nineveh Governorate, it amounts to 1 million, 953 thousand and 714 people out of the total. The total number of returnees in Iraq amounts to 4 million 846 thousand and 062 people.[/size]
    [size=45]According to the inventory conducted by the organization, 53% of the displaced and returnees are Muslims, and 47% of them are members of the Yazidi sect. This indicates the coexistence that characterizes Nineveh Governorate for members of different religious sects and ethnicities, which confirms that assistance programs and needs must cover all spectrums of Muslims. And Yazidis to promote peaceful coexistence.[/size]
    [size=45]The international organization states in its report that during the survey it conducted in the four regions on the western side of Nineveh in Al-Baaj, Kairouan, Sinjar, and the village of Sinuni, many people in these areas experienced repeated cases of displacement, which confirms their need for specific assistance that addresses the challenges and obstacles they face, and that many of them Express security concerns if their return requires security measures to protect them.[/size]
    [size=45]The report indicates that the residents of these areas in Nineveh witnessed the most violent cases of displacement and abuse at the hands of ISIS militants, especially in Sinjar and some areas west of Nineveh, including the village of Sinuni, where mass murders and kidnappings were committed. Thousands of Yazidi families fled from Sinjar and its villages and took refuge in nearby safe areas in camps. For the displaced, statistics indicate that there are more than 1 million displaced people in the camps of Dohuk Governorate in the Kurdistan region, most of whom are displaced from areas west of Nineveh.[/size]
    [size=45]The organization conducted estimates of the needs of these displaced persons for assistance with regard to mental health and trauma resulting from the consequences of displacement and displacement, and the disabilities and psychological illnesses that this causes, which require treatment, follow-up, and special programs for this humanitarian aspect. The surveys it conducted showed that a large number of them suffer from psychological illnesses and physical difficulties and disabilities that affect their daily lives. 48% of them expressed difficulties in seeing, 22% of them expressed difficulties in walking or climbing a ladder, while 48% of them also expressed difficulties in concentrating. They cannot engage in work or personal care activities, and the organization states that these cases increase their state of frustration and isolation, which requires finding solutions and support systems that enhance their abilities to overcome these difficulties.[/size]
    [size=45]These challenges and difficulties have led to widespread unemployment and a lack of job opportunities among returnees and displaced people in these areas of Al-Baaj, Kairouan, Sinjar, and the village of Sinuni in western Nineveh. 62% of them indicated that they have had no source of income since their return to their areas, and this indicates the significant effects of displacement and the consequences of battles on the economic and living situation of displaced people and returnees, which often leads to the loss of sources of livelihood and the loss of job opportunities that hinder the process of rebuilding their lives, and the report states. The absence of a stable source of income can contribute to increasing their state of frustration and psychological illness, which requires urgent and comprehensive interventions to address the economic challenges they face.[/size]
    [size=45]Regarding families headed by women, a 44-year-old woman from the Baaj region said, “Women face difficulty in finding job opportunities, which hinders their pursuit of a source of livelihood. The government can establish psychological and social support centers for women.” The international organization recommends that the government have a role in supporting these women in terms of psychological care and improving their living conditions through social care programs in local and international organizations that provide them with areas of social and economic activities.[/size]
    [size=45]A 22-year-old man from Al-Baaj said, “Due to displacement and after returning to Al-Baaj, the main challenges for men and youth here are in finding job opportunities and the inability to obtain educational opportunities or health care.” The organization indicates in its report that these The conclusions emphasize the necessity of addressing the psychological and social needs and providing health care programs for these people, both displaced and returnees, in these areas to enhance their social and familial situation and help them face many challenges that stand in the way of rebuilding their lives.[/size]
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    [size=52]International organization: 62% of displaced people and returnees in Nineveh have no source of income[/size]


    [size=45]Translated by / Hamed Ahmed[/size]
    [size=45]A report by the International Organization for Migration dealt with the difficulties and challenges faced by displaced people and returnees in areas and neighborhoods west of Nineveh, which included Al-Baaj, Kairouan, Sinjar, and the village of Sinuni, north of Sinjar, along with the needs that these families lack, indicating that 62% of them have no income and suffer from unemployment, and a large percentage of them are more than 48 years old. % suffer from disabilities that pose a challenge to their daily lives.[/size]
    [size=45]The international organization indicates that Nineveh Governorate, which has a population between 3.3 and 3.8 million people, has approximately 10,000 people residing in the Baaj area and approximately 27,000 people residing in the Kairouan area. As for Sinjar, there are 41,000 people (before it was invaded by Before ISIS, their number was 325,816 individuals), and in the village of Sinuni, north of Sinjar, it is currently inhabited by 17,000 people (before ISIS, it was home to approximately 148,000 people). According to the international organization’s displacement index, there are generally 247,507 internally displaced persons in Nineveh Governorate out of 1 million, 142,014 displaced persons throughout Iraq. As for the number of displaced persons returning to their areas in Nineveh Governorate, it amounts to 1 million, 953 thousand and 714 people out of the total. The total number of returnees in Iraq amounts to 4 million 846 thousand and 062 people.[/size]
    [size=45]According to the inventory conducted by the organization, 53% of the displaced and returnees are Muslims, and 47% of them are members of the Yazidi sect. This indicates the coexistence that characterizes Nineveh Governorate for members of different religious sects and ethnicities, which confirms that assistance programs and needs must cover all spectrums of Muslims. And Yazidis to promote peaceful coexistence.[/size]
    [size=45]The international organization states in its report that during the survey it conducted in the four regions on the western side of Nineveh in Al-Baaj, Kairouan, Sinjar, and the village of Sinuni, many people in these areas experienced repeated cases of displacement, which confirms their need for specific assistance that addresses the challenges and obstacles they face, and that many of them Express security concerns if their return requires security measures to protect them.[/size]
    [size=45]The report indicates that the residents of these areas in Nineveh witnessed the most violent cases of displacement and abuse at the hands of ISIS militants, especially in Sinjar and some areas west of Nineveh, including the village of Sinuni, where mass murders and kidnappings were committed. Thousands of Yazidi families fled from Sinjar and its villages and took refuge in nearby safe areas in camps. For the displaced, statistics indicate that there are more than 1 million displaced people in the camps of Dohuk Governorate in the Kurdistan region, most of whom are displaced from areas west of Nineveh.[/size]
    [size=45]The organization conducted estimates of the needs of these displaced persons for assistance with regard to mental health and trauma resulting from the consequences of displacement and displacement, and the disabilities and psychological illnesses that this causes, which require treatment, follow-up, and special programs for this humanitarian aspect. The surveys it conducted showed that a large number of them suffer from psychological illnesses and physical difficulties and disabilities that affect their daily lives. 48% of them expressed difficulties in seeing, 22% of them expressed difficulties in walking or climbing a ladder, while 48% of them also expressed difficulties in concentrating. They cannot engage in work or personal care activities, and the organization states that these cases increase their state of frustration and isolation, which requires finding solutions and support systems that enhance their abilities to overcome these difficulties.[/size]
    [size=45]These challenges and difficulties have led to widespread unemployment and a lack of job opportunities among returnees and displaced people in these areas of Al-Baaj, Kairouan, Sinjar, and the village of Sinuni in western Nineveh. 62% of them indicated that they have had no source of income since their return to their areas, and this indicates the significant effects of displacement and the consequences of battles on the economic and living situation of displaced people and returnees, which often leads to the loss of sources of livelihood and the loss of job opportunities that hinder the process of rebuilding their lives, and the report states. The absence of a stable source of income can contribute to increasing their state of frustration and psychological illness, which requires urgent and comprehensive interventions to address the economic challenges they face.[/size]
    [size=45]Regarding families headed by women, a 44-year-old woman from the Baaj region said, “Women face difficulty in finding job opportunities, which hinders their pursuit of a source of livelihood. The government can establish psychological and social support centers for women.” The international organization recommends that the government have a role in supporting these women in terms of psychological care and improving their living conditions through social care programs in local and international organizations that provide them with areas of social and economic activities.[/size]
    [size=45]A 22-year-old man from Al-Baaj said, “Due to displacement and after returning to Al-Baaj, the main challenges for men and youth here are in finding job opportunities and the inability to obtain educational opportunities or health care.” The organization indicates in its report that these The conclusions emphasize the necessity of addressing the psychological and social needs and providing health care programs for these people, both displaced and returnees, in these areas to enhance their social and familial situation and help them face many challenges that stand in the way of rebuilding their lives.[/size]
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