Baiji Community Health House As early as October 2017, the Iraq Health Access Organization, funded by the Preemptive Love Coalition (PLC), provided primary healthcare services in the East of Baiji district, SAD through a community health house, and now, after Baiji General Hospital and Al-Shatt PHCC were opened, IHAO decided to move the clinic to a new site. West Baiji is an area that lacks health services as no governmental or non-governmental body reached it and thus it was the site of the new community health house. With a catchment population of 20,000 individuals, this center serves 3500 returnees and provides primary healthcare services to no less than 60 patients per day in addition to GBV and child mental health…
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Judy is an independence and non-profit organization, has established in 2012 and working in the field of humanitarian relief and development of refugees and IDPs in KR-I. Judy Organization has implemented education in emergencies centers since 2014.These centers provides learning, recreational activities, inside and outside activities, protection and health services. Judy is implementing Turaq learning center 2 for refugees and IDPs now.Turaq Learning Center 2 for refugee and IDP children is a support learning and recreational activities and protection services center for Syrian refugee and IDP children in Turaq – Erbil. The center provides support classes for Primary stage students. The center provides learning services, recreational activities, inside and outside activities, psycho social and health services. 560 students registered and…
The United Iraqi Medical Society for Relief and Development is carry out the Circumcision of Children Campaign Under the supervision of the General Director of Al-Anbar Health Department Dr. Khudair Khalaf Shalal and in cooperation with Dr. Mohammad Tafash and a number of surgeons. The United Iraqi Medical Society for Relief and Development (UIMS) carry out the circumcision of children campaign in Al-Rayyan Primary Health Care Center (PHCC) for the (UIMS) in Al-Habbaniyah district / Al-Anbar governorate for one day
The United Iraqi Medical Society for Relief and Development (UIMS) Launches Mobile Child Protection Bus Project from Baghdad Under the direct supervision of the civilian management crisis cell- prime minister office and cooperation with The Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs And the United Nations organizations that working in Iraq. In the presence of the Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Mr. Mohammed Shia’a Al-Sudani and Dr. Abeer Al-Chalabi, The General Director of the Child Welfare Authority / Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs and many personalities The United Iraqi Medical Society For Relief and Development (UIMS) announces about the launch of the mobile bus project for child protection from Baghdad. The bus was established with Financing and self-effort by…
Tuesday 10 July 2018 marks one year since the battle for Mosul officially ended.  In the past year, the reconstruction of health facilities has been extremely slow, and Mosul still lacks 70% of its healthcare capacity. There are still less than 1,000 hospital beds for a population of 1.8 million people, well below international standards.  Médecins Sans Frontières is releasing a media pack tomorrow to highlight the urgent need for healthcare support in Mosul. Attached is the press release, and below is a link to broll, photos, staff interviews and war wounded testimonies. All content is embargoed until 12.01am, Monday 9 July 2018.  https://media.msf.org/Folder/24BHRGDNVXI For more details please download the attached file.
Opening Two Nutrition Units in Jadaa 6 and Jadaa 3 Camps On the 1st of June 2018, DAMA opened Nutrition and Immunization Units within Primary Health Center at Jadaa 6 camp and Nutrition Unit at Jadaa 3 Camp in Qayyarah Sub-District in Nineveh (about 60 km “35 miles” south of Mosul), with Support from UNICEF and in Coordination with DoH Nineveh, DAMA is providing Nutrition services (focusing on prevention and reduction of acute malnutrition in the vulnerable children age (6-59 months) in the Camp, and management of malnutrition for children under 6 months. Screening for malnutrition), IYCF (Infant and Young Children Feed Counselling activities through baby friendly space container) and immunization service (routine immunization to Protect all eligible girls and…
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