This collection contains guidelines and a fact sheet on planning related to the IOM Mass Evacuations in the event of Natural Disasters (MEND) initiative. Current guidance comes from leading organisations: American Red Cross, Camp Coordination and Camp Management Cluster, European Commission, Global Shelter Cluster, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), IOM, IOM Philippines, Ministry of Climate Change Adaptation. Please send suggestions for additional content for this Collection to email@example.com, or create your own Collection on the Library.
Qatar Charity (QC) launched the second phase of the “Qatar Relief Convoys” campaign in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, where it distributed food and winter aid to Syrian and Palestinian refugees and Jordanian needy families in several governorates of the kingdom. The first consignment of aid, which is delivered in Jordan within the framework of the campaign, aims to meet the needs of more than 1758 refugee and Jordanian families, with approximately 9,000 individuals. The aid is distributed via coupons for food packages, health supplies, blankets, and fuel. The ‘Qatar Relief Convoys’ drive comes from Qatar Charity as part of its "Warmth and Peace" campaign that aims to meet the needs of 200,000 beneficiaries in Jordon over the course of the three-month campaign to address the humanitarian conditions resulting from the coronavirus crisis. On this occasion, HE Ambassador of the State of Qatar to Jordan Sheikh Saud bin Nasser Al-Thani thanked Qatar Charity, emphasizing that the State of Qatar seeks to strengthen humanitarian cooperation with various bodies. Assistant Secretary-General of the JHCO Mohammed Nasser Al Kilani said that they are continuing to implement projects for Jordanian families, as well as for Syrian and Palestinian refugees, with the support of Qatar Charity, noting the positive impact of this aid on the lives of the beneficiaries. It is worth noting that the blankets distributed within the drive were produced by the refugees, who received income-generating projects from Qatar Charity in Jordon. This comes to encourage them to earn a living and uplift the standards of living. The drive ‘Qatar Relief Convoys’, which includes 200 convoys, targets Syrian refugees in Turkey, Jordan, and Lebanon, in addition to internally displaced people within Syrian, until March 10. It aims to deliver aid to 120,000 refugees and displaced persons.
The Rohingya beneficiaries of health projects, including mobile clinics, implemented in Malaysia expressed their delight with the medical services that have saved hundreds of lives and alleviated their suffering. This comes within the framework of cooperation between the Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD) and Qatar Charity (QC) to continue implementing the projects of the $50 million grant made by His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani the Amir of Qatar for Rohingya refugees in Malaysia. The work on the health projects commenced in October 2019, when the agreements were signed with the Malaysian National Welfare Foundation, an agency under the women, family, and community development ministry. The budget allocated for the health program is estimated at 14.7 million dollars over three years. The Qatari initiative works on the improvement of the refugee situation in Malaysia, as the official figures of United Nations confirm the presence of more than 178,000 refugees and asylum-seekers registered with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Malaysia. Boshor Norzummia, who met an accident in August 2020 which caused the sudden loss of vision in one eye, thanked the mobile clinic team for providing the medical services that made him feel much better. Mohammad Zubair said the mobile clinic really helped me by providing treatment for my children with special needs. Sakinah Ismail, a Rohingya refugee diagnosed with breast cancer, received treatment from the clinic in Pandan Mewah, Ampang, Malaysia. Sakinah says that she is indeed delighted and thankful to all those who helped her receive the treatment that contributed to providing her another chance to live and take care of her twin daughters. With the support of the grant of His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, the Qatari initiative works on equipping and operating five health care centers, mobile medical clinics, a vaccination program aimed at providing doses to 24,000 children, a referral program for critical cases and complicated deliveries, a health shelter program for setting up five shelters, and raising health awareness in refugees
L’Observatoire des déplacements internes (IDMC) a publié le rapport << Une décennie de déplacements au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique du Nord >>, qui est le premier rapport du centre sur l’ampleur, les facteurs, les schémas et les impacts du déplacement interne dans la région MENA, dans un événement hypothétique. Organisation avec Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD) et Qatar Charity (QC).Cet événement a réuni de nombreux représentants d’organisations des Nations Unies et des personnes intéressées par les déplacements internes. Le nombre de personnes déplacées au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique du Nord a triplé depuis 2011 Un séminaire en marge a discuté des conclusions du rapport et a exploré des solutions durables pour contribuer à la stabilité des réfugiés et des personnes déplacées à l’intérieur du pays.Alexandra Bellak, directrice de l’Observatoire des déplacements internes qui a animé l’événement, a parlé du déplacement interne dans la région MENA et de son impact sur le tissu social, économique et politique.Elle a évoqué les conditions critiques des déplacés internes en Syrie, au Yémen et en Palestine, notant que les intervenants humanitaires luttent pour fournir une aide alimentaire, médicale, sanitaire et éducative de base.Alexandra Bellak du Centre international de surveillance des données et Nawaf Al Hammadi du centre de contrôle de la qualité lors de l’événement virtuel Belak a salué les efforts du Qatar Center pour soutenir la communauté déplacée dans la région du Moyen-Orient et de l’Afrique du Nord (MENA), et a remercié le Quality Center et le Qatar Fund for Development d’avoir participé au lancement du rapport et à l’organisation de l’événement.Nawaf Abdullah Al Hammadi, directeur général adjoint des opérations et programmes internationaux au Qatar Surgical Center, s’est félicité du lancement du premier rapport sur les déplacements internes au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique du Nord, qui subit des changements sans précédent depuis 10 ans.Il a déclaré qu’un tel rapport est nécessaire car il fournit des preuves solides de l’ampleur et des risques du problème et constitue une pierre angulaire de la discussion sur les solutions possibles.Al Hammadi a souligné que bien qu’il existe des lois et des politiques pour les personnes déplacées au niveau mondial, nous manquons là où elles sont le plus nécessaires.Il a noté que seuls quelques pays de la région MENA ont des lois sur le déplacement interne au niveau national.Le directeur général adjoint des projets de développement au Qatar Fund for Development, Mesfer Hamad Al Shahwani, a exprimé sa gratitude pour les efforts déployés pour lancer le rapport et discuter de solutions durables pour les personnes déplacées, leur nombre ayant plus que triplé depuis 2011.Il a également mis en lumière l’ampleur de la tragédie humanitaire que traverse la région, l’augmentation du nombre de personnes déplacées et les raisons des déplacements internes, notant que la situation des personnes déplacées en 2020 sera exacerbée par la pandémie de coronavirus.On estime qu’il y a 12,4 millions de personnes déplacées dans la région MENA, dont 6,3 millions de personnes déplacées à l’intérieur du pays.
The Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) launched "A decade of displacement in the Middle East and North Africa”, IDMC's first report on the scale, drivers, patterns, and impacts of internal displacement in the MENA region, in a virtual event co-organized by IDMC, Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD), and Qatar Charity (QC). The event, which was organized remotely, was attended by many representatives of UN organizations and those concerned with internal displacement.On the sidelines of this event, a symposium was held to discuss the findings of the report and explore sustainable solutions to contribute to refugees and IDPs’ stability. Alexandra Bilak, Director, IDMC, who moderated the event, talked about the internal displacement in the MENA region, and its impact on the social, economic, and political fabric. She noted the critical conditions of the internally displaced in Syria, Yemen, Palestine, pointing out that humanitarian responders are struggling to deliver basic food, medical, health, and education aid. Bilak praised Qatar Charity's efforts in supporting the IDPs community in the Middle East and North Africa region, thanking Qatar Charity and QFFD for co-launching the report and co-organizing this event. Unprecedented ChangesNawaf Abdulla A H AlHammadi, the CEO Assistant for International Operations and Programs The sector, Qatar Charity, welcomed the launch of the first report on internal displacement in the Middle East and North Africa, which has been witnessing unprecedented changes for ten years.He also said that such a report is essential because it provides solid evidence on the scale and the risks of the issue and serves as the cornerstone for discussion on possible solutions.Despite the existence of IDP laws and policies on a global level, we lack them in the places where they are most needed, stated Al-Hammadi, noting that only a few countries in the MENA region have internal displacement laws on a national level. Mr. Misfer Hamad Al-Shahwani, Deputy Director-General for Development Projects, QFFD, expressed his appreciation for the efforts in launching the report, and the discussion to reach sustainable solutions for the displaced, as their number has more than tripled since 2011. He also shed light on the scale of the humanitarian tragedy faced by the region, the increasing number of IPDs, and the reasons for internal displacement, indicating that the situation of IDPs worsened in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Figures on IDPs in MENA Region · 12.4 million IDPs in the Middle East and North Africa· 6.3 million internally displaced females · The number of the displaced has more than tripled since 2011.
World Day of Social Justice, whichis observed every year on February 20, supports the efforts made by the international community to achieve sustainable development, eradicate poverty, promote employment and decent work, and provide universal social protection, gender equality and social well-being. The theme of World Day of Social Justice 2021 is "A Call for Social Justice in the Digital Economy"“Over the past decade, expansion in broadband connectivity, cloud computing, and data have led to the proliferation of digital platforms, which have penetrated several sectors of the economy and societies. Since early 2020, the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic have led to remote working arrangements and allowed for the continuation of many business activities, further reinforcing the growth and impact of the digital economy”, according to the United Nations. “The crisis has also laid bare and exacerbated the growing digital divide within, between and across developed and developing countries, particularly in terms of the availability, affordability and use of information ICTs and access to the internet, deepening existing inequalities”, according to United Nations.Marking World Day of Social Justice, Qatar Charity continues its efforts for social justice in various parts of the world, and seeks to provide digital solutions to enable students, especially in crisis-hit places, to continue their education in order to build their future. Qatar charity also seeks to provide training and empowerment opportunities through digital platforms, and facilitate access to technology to develop the capabilities of youth. In crisis-hit areas, Qatar Charity has embarked on adopting digital solutions for humanitarian causes, including providing education to millions of refugee children and youth.Qatar Charity contributed to the launch of the World Refugee School (WRS) initiative, in cooperation with its founding partners, to offer the best digital solutions to provide quality education for refugees and internally displaced people around the world and give internationally recognized certificates to students.The school is characterized by providing solutions to the crisis of interruption of education for 20 million children in conflict-affected areas.Qatar Charity (QC) has launched ‘Noon’, a remotely teaching, training and empowering platform, to meet the cultural, education and social needs of society in light of the coronavirus pandemic. The platform has managed to implement many programs and training workshops, reaching its intended objectives while taking precautionary measures against the coronavirus.Qatar Charity launched ‘Tamkeen’, an integrated training program offered remotely via its social media accounts, as part of the ‘Noon’ platform, to enhance the economic, social and psychological skills of participants. The program included six different types of training workshops. Some 45 persons took part in these workshops. The ‘Noon’ platform also trained youth to improve their electronic skills and capabilities so that they can take advantage of the Internet in marketing projects and discovering opportunities. Some 100 male and female participants benefited from the electronic skill development course.
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‘Qatar Relief Convoys’ organized by Qatar Charity (QC) embarked on the distribution of winter aid. Approximately 267,470 internally displaced Syrians are expected to benefit from the assistance, worth nearly 24 million Qatari riyals. The first consignment of the drive set off from Gaziantep, a city in Turkey, heading to Idlib and the northern and western Aleppo countryside to deliver urgent shelter, food, and winter assistance to the displaced to alleviate their suffering and meet their urgent needs. The 78 trucks loaded with various winter relief aid include residential caravans, tents, mattresses, blankets, food baskets, and personal hygiene kits, in addition to providing flour for the production and distribution of 5 million bundles of bread. The drive, which includes 200 convoys, sets off from Turkey to contribute to meeting the essential needs of the internally displaced Syrians and Syrian refugees in Turkey, Jordan, and Lebanon from February 15 to March 10. As the displaced and refugees are facing a tough situation, Qatar Charity urges benefactors to support these convoys to maximize the number of beneficiaries, keeping them warm and meeting their basic needs in this disastrous time.
‘Qatar Relief Convoys’ organized by Qatar Charity (QC) kicks off today from the Turkish-Syrian border to deliver food, shelter, and health aid, as well as winter supplies, to Syrian refugees in three countries. As the Syrian refugees continue to suffer due to the bitter cold, rain, and snow, this drive comes from Qatar Charity as part of its "Warmth and Peace" campaign, aiming to lessen their plight in the cold season. The drive, which includes 200 convoys, targets Syrian refugees in Turkey, Jordan, and Lebanon from February 15 to March 10.The aid delivered by ‘Qatar Relief Convoys’ reflects the bright philanthropic image of the people in Qatar and their love to do good, give and support those in need, especially in light of the continuing cold winter when refugees are struggling to survive.As the displaced and refugees are living in challenging situations due to the adverse weather conditions, Qatar Charity calls on benefactors in Qatar to extend support to ‘Qatar Relief Convoys’ to maximize the number of beneficiary refugees, keeping them warm and meeting their basic needs in this disastrous time. How to Donate Benefactors can donate QR 100,000 to provide food, health, and winter aid for 100 families, in addition to donating QR 1000 for the benefit of a refugee family and providing a caravan worth 15,000 for a family. Donations can be made through Qatar. Charity’s collection points, branches, website, and or app, in addition to dialing 44667711 or requesting a ‘home collector’ across the country. According to UNHCR, more than 6.6 million Syrians have been forced to flee their country. The vast majority – approximately 5.5 million refugees – have found refuge in neighboring countries, primarily in Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan and Iraq.Syrian refugees have sought asylum in more than 125 countries, but the vast majority live in neighboring countries within the region, such as Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, and Egypt. Turkey alone hosts an enormous population - 3.6 million.Approximately 92 percent of refugees who have fled to neighboring countries live in rural and urban settings, with only an 8 percent living in refugee camps.
Qatar Charity (QC) provided hearing aids to Syrian refugees with hearing impairment in Al-Bayli camp, Kilis province, southern Turkey, to please enable them to live normally within their community and families.The cases were assessed, in coordination with the camp administration, and then they were examined. Some 62 patients needed 84 hearing aids. Qatar Charity has fully paid for the hearing aids, in addition to the physical therapy and the purchase of necessary medicines for some cases.The hearing aids can connect with smart devices of various kinds, which will help the beneficiary children receive schooling remotely in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Besides, there is a small device that can be placed near a teacher or on his jacket in case of direct learning at a school, and then this device will connect with the hearing aids that enable the student to hear the teacher's voice clearly.Beneficiaries of different age groups were delighted with the hearing aids, and they expressed their sincere thanks and appreciation to the people in Qatar for extending support to them. “I lost my hearing years ago,” said Mr. Hajj Ahmed, 67, “after having the hearing aids, I regained my hearing, and I live a normal life.” He added that he is now able to do the necessary daily tasks without anyone's help.The mother of Ahmed Al-Abbas, 13, says that her son lost his hearing at the age of 4, and discontinued his study, noting that she is delighted with the hearing aids that will enable Ahmed to return to the school. It is worth noting that Qatar Charity, since the beginning of the Syrian crisis, has been at the forefront of providing immediate relief to refugees, internally displaced persons and those hit by the conflict. It has implemented numerous health projects, especially in the field of prosthetic fitting and assisting persons with hearing and visual disabilities.
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La crise des réfugiés éthiopiens à la frontière soudano-éthiopienne se poursuit. Qatar Charity continue de fournir son aide humanitaire pour alléger les souffrances des réfugiés.Les autorités soudanaises ont salué le soutien de Qatar Charity dans les camps de réfugiés éthiopiens, qui ont fui au Soudan en raison du conflit dans la région d'Al-Taqrayy.600 tentes ont été distribuées et il est prévu que 1 500 tentes seront distribuées dans le camp (Al-Tindeba), en plus de fournir des paniers de nourriture aux réfugiés éthiopiens.Qatar Charity fournit toujours les abris et l'aide alimentaire nécessaires dans de nombreuses crises humanitaires, et son intervention contribue à alléger les souffrances des réfugiés éthiopiens, aux frontières soudano-éthiopiennes, et à soutenir les efforts humanitaires de la Gouvernement soudanais et organisations internationales et non gouvernementales travaillant au SoudanQatar Charity avait précédemment lancé la mise en œuvre de la première intervention dans le domaine des abris pour apporter une aide aux réfugiés éthiopiens qui ont franchi la frontière soudanaise, en fournissant (100) tentes et (2600) couvertures aux réfugiés éthiopiens arrivés au camp d'Umm Rakuba à la frontière orientale du Soudan dans les premiers jours de la vague de réfugiés. Environ 800 personnes de la région du Tigré en Éthiopie sont entrées dans l'est du Soudan seulement au début de la nouvelle année. Depuis début novembre, plus de 56 000 réfugiés éthiopiens ont fui vers le Soudan.
Continuing its efforts to frequently deliver humanitarian assistance to the Ethiopian refugees in Sudan, Qatar Charity (QC) provided aid to the refugees in the Al-Tanideba camp to lessen their hardship, especially in the severe winter. The concerned Sudanese authorities praised Qatar Charity's support extended to the Ethiopian refugees who fled the conflict in the Tigray Region in search of safe-havens. The aid included 600 tents, The other 1,500 tents are expected to be distributed in the Al-Tanideba camp soon and deliver food aid to the refugees. Abdul Hafeez Muhammad Khalil, director of the Refugee Housing in Gadaref, said that Qatar Charity has been at the forefront of supporting the refugees since their massive displacement and crossing into the Sudanese territories, indicating that its support would continue in the coming period. Many Ethiopian refugees thanked Qatar Charity for its continued support for them. Qatar charity has previously carried out the first relief intervention to shelter Ethiopian refugees fleeing the conflict in the Tigray region to Sudan. It provided 100 tents and 2,600 blankets for the refugees in the Umm Rakobeh camp on Sudan's eastern borders in the early days of the refugee wave.Some 800 people crossed from Ethiopia’s Tigray region into eastern Sudan in just the first few days of the new year. Since early November, more than 56,000 Ethiopian refugees have fled to neighboring Sudan.Qatar Charity has already carried out many relief interventions in Sudan, including the relief effort it made during the worst flood in a century.
Qatar Charity (QC) implemented two educational projects in Palestine by opening six classrooms and providing scientific laboratories for preparatory and secondary schools in the Gaza Strip. The implementation of these projects came as part of Qatar Charity’s continued efforts to support the education sector in Palestine. The classrooms were opened at the Fahd Al-Sabah School by Qatar Charity’s Gaza office to reduce overcrowding. Besides, 28 types of laboratory tools and equipment were provided for preparatory and secondary schools across the Gaza Strip to benefit nearly 7,000 students.Qatar Charity, through such educational projects aim to contribute to providing quality education, increasing literacy rates, and creating an appropriate learning environment for students.Four years ago, Qatar Charity rehabilitated the scientific laboratories of 60 government schools in the Gaza Strip, and provided them with devices, equipment, and office supplies.In 2019, Qatar Charity opened the Al-Shaimaa Secondary School for Girls in Beit Lahia, north of the Gaza Strip, in co-operation with the Palestinian Ministry of Education and Higher Education. The school, which benefits nearly 2000 students, was built with financial support from ‘Qatar Cyclists’ Club and several Qatari companies.In 2218, Qatar Charity opened the Kamal Al-Ahoud Primary School in Ezbet Abed Rabbo of Northern Gaza to benefit 600 students in a remote area.Paying close attention to the education sector in Gaza, Qatar Charity works on building and repairing schools and training centers, in addition to providing schools with solar energy, and constructing classrooms.
Qatar Charity a mis en œuvre deux projets pour soutenir le système éducatif en Palestine au cours du mois dernier.Il s’agit de construire des classes et de fournir des laboratoires scientifiques aux écoles de la bande de Gaza.Laboratoires scientifiquesLe premier projet a fourni des laboratoires scientifiques pour les écoles de la bande de Gaza, où 28 types d'outils et de dispositifs de laboratoire pour les écoles ont été fournis dans sept directions au niveau des gouvernorats de la bande.Il y a quatre ans, Qatar Charity a mis en œuvre un projet visant à réhabiliter les laboratoires scientifiques de (60) écoles publiques de la bande de Gaza, et à les équiper d'une valeur financière d'environ 5,5 millions de riyals. Projets de qualitéQatar Charity, en coopération avec le ministère de l'Éducation, a précédemment ouvert, au cours de l'année 2019, l'école Shaima dans la région de Beit Lahiya dans le nord de la bande de Gaza, qui bénéficie à environ deux mille lycéens, pour un coût estimé à 5,4 millions riyalsSelon les statistiques internationales, il y a toujours un besoin urgent de mettre en œuvre davantage de projets éducatifs dans la bande de Gaza.
Les régions du nord de la Syrie vivent dans une situation humanitaire difficile, notamment sur le plan sanitaireEn raison de cette crise,le fond du Qatar pour le développement et Qatar Charity ont travaillé pour mettre en œuvre un ensemble d'initiatives de santé qui allaient alléger les souffrances des Syriens déplacés et leur fournir les soins de santé nécessaires dans plusieurs domaines.La mise en œuvre de ces projets est venue selon un accord signé entre les deux parties.Qatar Charity a récemment lancé, par l'intermédiaire de son bureau en Turquie et avec un financement du Fonds du Qatar pour le développement, un ensemble de projets médicaux sous l'égide de l’initiative Quest santé, qui comprenait l'exploitation de 6 établissements de santé dans différentes régions du nord de la Syrie, qui visent à améliorer la situation sanitaire et fournir des services intégrés aux Syriens déplacés. Un soutien a également été fourni à 3 hôpitaux pour leur permettre de faire face aux maladies et de soulager les souffrances des personnes, en plus d'améliorer la capacité de faire face au Coronavirus, de renforcer le système d'ambulance et de créer un entrepôt médical stratégique.Dans le cadre de l'accord, Qatar Charity, à travers les centres de santé qu'elle gère et les hôpitaux qu'elle soutient, a distribué des services de nutrition intégrés en lançant des campagnes de sensibilisation, en distribuant des compléments nutritionnels aux enfants, aux femmes et aux personnes souffrant de malnutrition, et en distribuant gratuitement des médicaments Au cours de l'année 2020, le nombre de services de soins de santé primaires gérés par Qatar Charity a atteint environ 143 000 bénéficiaires.Qatar Charity a dispensé une formation au personnel médical sur la façon de faire face aux maladies infectieuses et aux épidémies, et le but de ce programme était de protéger le personnel médical confronté à la pandémie Corona et d'augmenter son efficacité pour faire face à des conditions similaires et aussi pour les protéger contre l'infection.Il convient de noter que le plan d'intervention humanitaire en Syrie publié par le rapport sur les besoins humanitaires HNO en décembre 2020 a déclaré qu'il y a plus de 11 millions Syriens ayant besoin d'une forme de soutien, et 6 millions de déplacés à l'intérieur de la Syrie, un million deux cent mille vivent dans des campsLe rapport fait également état de la grande nécessité de soutenir le plein fonctionnement des établissements de santé et des services de base, en particulier ceux qui traitent en particulier de la santé reproductive et maternelle.
QFFD, Qatar Charity launch new medical projects in northern SyriaQatar Fund for Development (QFFD) and Qatar Charity (QC) implemented several health initiatives in northern Syria to alleviate the suffering of the displaced by providing them with the necessary health care. The implementation of these initiatives comes within the framework of the agreement concluded between both QFFD and Qatar Charity. With funding from QFFD, Qatar Charity has recently launched many medical projects through its Turkey office as part of the “Quest Health” initiative. These projects, which included operating six health facilities in different parts of northern Syria, aim to improve the health situation and provide integrated services to the displaced.Besides, support has also been extended to 3 hospitals to enable them to alleviate the suffering of people, enhance their capabilities to fight the coronavirus, strengthen the ambulance system, and establish a strategic medical warehouse.Under the agreement, Qatar Charity provided integrated nutrition services through the health centers it operates, as well as through the hospitals it supports, in addition to launching awareness campaigns. Besides, nutritional supplements were distributed to children, women and those suffering from malnutrition, as well as medicines were provided free of charge. Last year, some 143,000 persons benefited from the services provided by the primary health care centers operated by Qatar Charity. Under this agreement, Qatar Charity provided training for medical personnel on how to deal with infectious diseases and epidemics. The training aims at protecting the staff dealing with the coronavirus from being infected, and enhancing their capabilities to deal with similar circumstances. Some 52 employees of 6 hospitals received the infection presentation and control training. Furthermore, 20 staff of 3 hospitals were trained. These training sessions addressed health care for women, aiming to improve the capabilities of midwives and staff.According to the 2020 Syria Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNO), more than 11 million Syrians need some kind of support, and of 6 million displaced persons within Syria, 1.2 million live in makeshift camps.
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Qatar Charity has distributed bags to 200 orphans in Bosnia and Herzegovina to meet some of their needs.These bags included books, notebooks for the benefit of students and children of needy families in each of the capital, Sarajevo, and four other states to relieve their parents' financial burdens.This came within the framework of Qatar Charity's annual campaign to distribute bags to orphan students in Sarajevo with the start of the school year due to its concern for its sponsored orphans and providing school needs that help them in their studies, which will contribute to the growth and development of their societies.The beneficiary students' parents expressed their happiness with this support and thanked the sponsors for supporting this project.During the distribution, the organizers were keen to adhere to social distancing measures due to the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus in Bosnia. They committed to guide children and their parents and coordinate the receipt process as dictated by public health standards.Qatar Charity sponsors in Sarajevo, as part of the Rofaqaa campaign, 2,774 people from low-income families, orphans, people with special needs, and teachers, of whom 2,357 are orphans.Qatar Charity provides social care services, including orphans sponsorship, and at At the end of 2013 launched "Rofaqaa '" as a humanitarian initiative, concerned with the issues of children and orphans around the world through effective programs that contribute to confronting everything that threatens or endangers their lives, and achieving leadership in the concept of social solidarity.
Qatar Charity a distribué des sacs à 200 orphelins de Bosnie-Herzégovine pour répondre à certains de leurs besoins.Ces sacs comprenaient des livres, des cahiers pour les étudiants et les enfants des familles nécessiteuses dans chacune de la capitale, Sarajevo, et dans quatre autres États, pour alléger les charges financières de leurs parents.Cela s'inscrivait dans le cadre de la campagne annuelle de Qatar Charity pour distribuer des sacs aux élèves orphelins à Sarajevo avec la rentrée scolaire en raison de sa préoccupation pour ses orphelins parrainés et de la satisfaction des besoins scolaires qui les aident dans leurs études, ce qui contribuera à la croissance et le développement de leurs sociétés.Les parents des élèves bénéficiaires ont exprimé leur joie de ce soutien et ont remercié les sponsors pour leur soutien à ce projet.Ils se sont engagés à guider les enfants et leurs parents et à coordonner le processus de réception conformément aux normes de santé publique.Qatar Charity parraine à Sarajevo, dans le cadre de la campagne Rofaqaa, 2 774 personnes issues de familles à faible revenu, des orphelins, des personnes ayant des besoins spéciaux et des enseignants, dont 2 357 sont orphelins.Qatar Charity fournit des services de protection sociale, y compris le parrainage d'orphelins, et a lancé fin 2013 «Rofaqaa» »en tant qu'initiative humanitaire, préoccupée par les problèmes des enfants et des orphelins du monde entier grâce à des programmes efficaces qui contribuent à faire face à tout ce qui menace ou met en danger leur vie, et la réalisation du leadership dans le concept de solidarité sociale.