Al-Rasid Activities April-June 2016

 

Activity 6

Throughout the last several months, IF has hosted numerous meetings with Iraqi government officials on behalf of the Al-Rasid project. These meetings are intended to bring light to the needs addressed by the communities they serve, and determine the best way to implement them. The discussions are often frequented by members of the community, including GBV survivors and IDP women.

Erbil

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Babil

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Basrah

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Ninawa

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Activity 7

Community meetings were held to ensure a follow up on the priorities implementation. There, discussions focus on issues included in the NAP, such as the presence of women in peace-making initiatives and countering GBV. Through this process, community members are able to mobilize and increase advocacy and outreach to public officials. Small grantees are also able to publicize the successes of their initiatives and generate community support.

Erbil

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Babil

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Baghdad

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Basrah

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Ninawa

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Activity 8

Hearing sessions were conducted with female IDPs and local judges and family protection units. These forums are intended to help integrate women’s rights in the justice system and enhance judicial responsiveness, access to justice, legal protection, and self-sustainability for GBV survivors.

Erbil

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Activity 9: Small Grants

Erbil 

IF’s small grants activities allowed for IDPs to be trained on the use of computers and social media.

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Vocational training for women’s economic empowerment: Hairdressing training

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Babil

Vocational training to start a business

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Vocational training for women’s economic empowerment: Hairdressing training

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Vocational training for women’s economic empowerment: Pastry Making

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Vocational training for women’s economic empowerment: administrative and secretary skills

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Baghdad

Improving the water quality for vulnerable IDPs

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Vocational training to start a business

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Women’s economic empowerment and health & well-being training

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Basrah

Awareness sessions on UNSCR 1325 and the NAP

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Vocational training for women’s economic empowerment: Computer literacy for female IDPs

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Vocational training for women’s economic empowerment: First Aid training

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Vocational training for women’s economic empowerment: Pastry Making

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Vocational training for women’s economic empowerment: Pickles making

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Vocational training for women’s economic empowerment: Hairdressing training

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Ninawa

Vocational training for women’s economic empowerment: Health & Hygiene course

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Vocational training for women’s economic empowerment: Hospitality and etiquette training for IDPs

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Vocational training for women’s economic empowerment: Mine education course

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Vocational training for economic empowerment: Computer literacy and internet training

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Childcare was also provided in many of the sessions as well to enable their parents to fully participate in the meetings.

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