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WIES beneficiaries received in-kind donations to support their businesses from philanthropists

 

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Day 1: August 24, 2014

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Day 2: August 25, 2014

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Day 3: August 26, 2014

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Day 4: August 27, 2014

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Day 5: August 28, 2014

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The NGOs in Baghdad, Babil, Diyala and Basrah will continue the work of their legal clinics to support victimized women at no-cost to the PEACE project until December 31, 2014! The four clinics provided free services to 242 victimized women as a contribution from the lawyers despite the fact that their contract ended March 31, 2014. These efforts will raise the total number of beneficiaries benefited from the legal clinics to 1822.

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Baghdad Taskforce members led awareness sessions about the national charter and UN Resolution 1325. Charter-1

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The Task Force held 2 hearing sessions in Baghdad for women impacted by violence. The National Coalition and Task Force also worked closely with the partner NGOs and with local and national governments to support and inform any current or future peace-building initiatives to be more inclusive of women. IF and partner NGOs have completed a total of 26 hearing sessions in the five provinces.

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In recent months, the Iraq Foundation (IF) and the National Coalition members in the five provinces continued the efforts to publish and disseminate the National Charter through local print and social media to raise awareness among local and national government decision-makers about its recommendation/terms. The recommendations have been presented and discussed in conferences, seminars, radio and TV programs, all over the country to attract more stakeholders to join Iraq Foundation efforts to towards ending violence against women in Iraq.

IF and the members of the National Coalition managed the publication and dissemination of the National Charter through various media outlets to raise awareness of its content amongst local and national government officials.  In addition, the Task Force held 2 hearing sessions in Baghdad for women affected by violence. Finally, NGOs in Baghdad, Babil, and Daiyla allocated enough resources to continue their legal clinics supporting victimized women at no cost until December 31, 2014.

As part of WIES support for FHH’s businesses, IF has established web based ad’s promoting for FHH’s business as part of marketing and networking assistance provided to the FHH’s.

The ads were disseminated through social media and Electronic journals in attempt to help marketing the FHH’s products and linking them to small contracts to support their businesses.

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IF conducted the periodic quarterly meeting for TABEIR project at IF Baghdad Headquarters in Karada on Saturday, May 31st. The participants discussed the implementation of an in-country training by the partner NGOs, finalized the training agenda, provided the NGOs with a finalized training manual. The meeting also discussed the materials and violations which will be included in the periodical publication which will be issued by the Iraq Foundation

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IF conducted its third periodical meeting for TABEIR at its headquarters in Baghdad on Monday, September 15th. IF President Rend Al-Raheem headed this meeting of 7 project managers representing the provinces of Baghdad, Babil, Missan, Basrah, Diyala, and Kut. Together, they reviewed the implementation of an in-country training by partner NGOs, and reviewed the difficulties in implementing project work plans. This resulted in a series of recommendations to overcome future challenges and suggestions for further topics for coming trainings.

ICT exert Hassan Qasim also provided training on the use of the TABEIR website and database. In addition, he explained the procedure for uploading secure reports to the website. Finally, participants focused on improving the participation of the project’s trainees and partner NGOs in reporting violations using the material to be included in the periodic reports issued by IF.

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Iraq Foundation’s partner NGOs successfully implemented 11 trainings during the months of  August in the provinces of Baghdad, Kut, Missan, Babil, Erbil,Diyala and Basrah. The NGOs utilized training centers in their regions and offered training courses to NGOs, local journalists, and citizen journalists. By the end of August, the total number of beneficiaries had climbed to 277 citizen journalists and NGO members across Iraq. The total number of beneficiaries since the start of the project is 674.

These courses were offered by the partner NGOs free of charge, but all participants completed an application and went through a vetting process to ensure that those who are trained will use the training for the protection of FOE.

The in-country training aimed at utilizing new media and technology as a fundamental tool in changing the way the media works and how information is obtained and produced.

The training focused on technological tools; use of social media for impact; and improved visual narratives timely and effective use of advanced media tools for documentation, including use of digital equipment, mobiles phones,  messaging, and location-aware services; 2) internationally accepted standards of documentation; 3) visual story-telling techniques; 4) use of social media for information dissemination and reporting, including twitter; 5) secure reporting tools and techniques; 6) combining documentation and ICT techniques for effective advocacy for FOE.

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