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REACH December report 2019

Education REACH Community Centers in Sulaimaniya continue to provide non-formal educational activities for host community, Syrian refugees and IDP children and adults. • Educational awareness has been implemented by a trainer for 2 hours to 43 participants: (14 male & 28 female host), (1 female IDP). The aim of this…...

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November monthly report 2019

Education REACH Community Centers in Sulaimaniya continue to provide non-formal educational activities for host community, Syrian refugees and IDP children and adults. In November, the following activities were implemented: • Literacy for children has been implemented for 12 IDP boys and girls. This activity helps to improve reading and writing…...

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October monthly report 2019

Food security REACH supports vulnerable families in Chamchamal villages, who are suffering from drought, by creating kitchen gardens, distributing bee hives and constructing small dams.In October, REACH conducted the farmer training for 22 farmers in Chamchamal. The topics of the training were fertilizers, irrigation technologies. In Kirkuk, REACH supervises the…...

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September monthly report 2019

Food security REACH works on increasing food security in Kirkuk. In September, REACH distributed food packages as immediate rapid respond for the newly arrived families from Mosul. In total, 185 newly arrived families received food parcels Haj Ali and Jadaa camps. Families with family member more than 6 they received…...

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August monthly report 2019

Food Security REACH is working to increase food security in several villages surrounding Sulaymaniyah, Iraq. In August, this included training of twenty farmers about how to keep bees and how to protect poultry and animals from diseases.In Kirkuk, REACH distributed family food rations for IDP families in camps. In this…...

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July monthly report 2019

Food Security In July, several vulnerable families in villages surrounding Chamchamal, who were suffering from the effects of a drought, were able to establish kitchen gardens, raise bees and benefit from the construction of small dams as a result of REACH’s work. This included the distribution of 50 beekeeping kits…...

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June Monthly Report 2019

Food Security REACH supports vulnerable families in Chamchamal villages, who are suffering from drought, by creating kitchen gardens, distributing bee hives and constructing small dams. In June, REACH conducted the monitoring for the kitchen gardens, which were estab-lished in the previous month. 61-kitchen gardens in the 15 villages were monitored,…...

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May Monthly Report 2019

Food Security REACH supports vulnerable families in Chamchamal villages, who are suffering from drought, by creating kitchen gardens, distributing bee hives and constructing small dams. In May, REACH completed installation of 61 kitchen gardens in 15 villages.Each kitchen garden was provided with 7 types of seed and seedling to cultivate.Each…...

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Providing materials for project in Kawben village – Sarkapkan – Raniya District

Announcement # BMZ-DKH-009 Our Organization, REACH (Rehabilitation, Education and Community Health) NGO, with the help of (DKH) Organization Invites potential suppliers to bid for (Providing materials for project in Kawben I village – Sarkapkan – Raniya District ) Interested companies and Suppliers should collect the Bid document from 5th May,2019…...

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Improving Household Incomes A story

In 2017, under support of Canadian Foodgrains Bank and Mennonite Central Committee, REACH started the project, which will improve food security and household income in rural, isolated villages that are not getting assistance from the government or NGOs and are hosting displaced persons in Sulaimaniya and Erbil governorates. This will primarily be achieved…...

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