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Zahra, at only 23 years old, had to flee her village with her three children in January 2021 after it was attacked during tribal clashes. Living in Abuja IDP camp, she was unable to afford to buy clean drinking water, and was forced to collect unsafe water from the river. Her children regularly suffered from diarrhea, increasing the risk of malnutrition.
In June 2021, TGH through the support from IOM’s Rapid Response Fund (RRF) funded by the U.S Agency for International Development’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (USAID/BHA) was able to truck in clean water, as well as construct a new water point in the camp.
“Now I can have clean water for my family for free. Every day I bring 40L of water, I learnt that I have to fetch water from safe water points and clean the jerrycans regularly. Now my children are not sick anymore!”
Improving access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and providing awareness on safe water collection and other hygiene practices is key to combating waterborne diseases in the camp.
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From the 27th of September to the 8th of November, a fish sale was held for the first time by the Nkhila fish farm, in the Tindouf region where the Sahrawi refugee camps are situated.

Funded by the WFP and supported by TGH #Algeria, the fish farm helps food, and now also economic resilience of the population: for 7 weeks, 150 kilograms of fish were sold every Monday (at a price of *500 DZD (4 USD) per kilo) to health institutions in the region.

Implemented since 2017 by TGH, the Nkhila fish farm provides food security for Sahrawi refugees and from now on represents an opportunity for local economic development.

*The price was established in collaboration with the Sahrawi Minister of cooperation.
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On 19th of October TGH Ukraine launched the distribution of e-vouchers for hygiene and school stationery as part of a rapid emergency response for COVID-19 prevention and control project with support of UNICEF, USAID BHA and ECHO.

During this round of distribution, more than 1 450 households with children living along the contact line will receive the necessary hygiene products to enable them to counter the spread of the new COVID-19 wave.

Also, as part of this distribution, around 1 170 children will receive an additional voucher for the purchase of school stationery, to reduce the economic pressure caused by the pandemic.
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In July 2021, with the financial support of the French Development Agency (AFD), TGH teams in Iraq started the construction of 10 fixed dipping ponds in Hamdaniya district and Bashiqa sub-district in Ninewa governorate.

Five dipping ponds have been completed and are already used by breeders to dip their sheep in antiparasitic solutions.

These dipping ponds are new in the targeted village and will improve the external parasite treatment methods, animal health and improving food safety.
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TGH Iraq is implementing a project to reinforce the capacity of government staff, through the financial support of UNHCR.
Last week, a PsychoSocial Support #PSS workshop: 'Little Fellow Programme' was conducted by one of the facilitators trained by TGH teams in the Penjwen Youth Center, in Sulaymanyah.

Destined to children aged 6 to 9 years old, this programme aims to :

- Reinforce personal resilience by providing positive coping skills to help adapt to difficult situations
- Introduce tools to manage emotions by learning to internalise positive values and establish constructive relationships with its environment
- Provide critical thinking and conflict resolution tools to protect oneself, reinforce self-confidence and develop personal skills

TGH acts in Iraq in favour of protection.
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Last week, TGH Algeria team hosted the visit of the diplomatic delegation to the Saharawi refugee camps.

For the occasion, the fish farm in Nkhila, the national hospital in Rabouni and the soap workshop, also in Rabouni, were visited: TGH intervenes with multi-sectoral support in the area, ensuring food and economic resilience as well as improved access to primary health care.

Thank you to PAM, UNHCR and UNICEF for their presence and support in the missions.
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Zahra, at only 23 years old, had to flee her village with her three children in January 2021 after it was attacked during tribal clashes. Living in Abuja IDP camp, she was unable to afford to buy clean drinking water, and was forced to collect unsafe water from the river. Her children regularly suffered from diarrhea, increasing the risk of malnutrition.
In June 2021, TGH through the support from IOM’s Rapid Response Fund (RRF) funded by the U.S Agency for International Development’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (USAID/BHA) was able to truck in clean water, as well as construct a new water point in the camp.
“Now I can have clean water for my family for free. Every day I bring 40L of water, I learnt that I have to fetch water from safe water points and clean the jerrycans regularly. Now my children are not sick anymore!”
Improving access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and providing awareness on safe water collection and other hygiene practices is key to combating waterborne diseases in the camp.
Suivant Refermer
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From the 27th of September to the 8th of November, a fish sale was held for the first time by the Nkhila fish farm, in the Tindouf region where the Sahrawi refugee camps are situated.

Funded by the WFP and supported by TGH #Algeria, the fish farm helps food, and now also economic resilience of the population: for 7 weeks, 150 kilograms of fish were sold every Monday (at a price of *500 DZD (4 USD) per kilo) to health institutions in the region.

Implemented since 2017 by TGH, the Nkhila fish farm provides food security for Sahrawi refugees and from now on represents an opportunity for local economic development.

*The price was established in collaboration with the Sahrawi Minister of cooperation.
Suivant Refermer
Précédent


On 19th of October TGH Ukraine launched the distribution of e-vouchers for hygiene and school stationery as part of a rapid emergency response for COVID-19 prevention and control project with support of UNICEF, USAID BHA and ECHO.

During this round of distribution, more than 1 450 households with children living along the contact line will receive the necessary hygiene products to enable them to counter the spread of the new COVID-19 wave.

Also, as part of this distribution, around 1 170 children will receive an additional voucher for the purchase of school stationery, to reduce the economic pressure caused by the pandemic.
Suivant Refermer
Précédent


In July 2021, with the financial support of the French Development Agency (AFD), TGH teams in Iraq started the construction of 10 fixed dipping ponds in Hamdaniya district and Bashiqa sub-district in Ninewa governorate.

Five dipping ponds have been completed and are already used by breeders to dip their sheep in antiparasitic solutions.

These dipping ponds are new in the targeted village and will improve the external parasite treatment methods, animal health and improving food safety.
Suivant Refermer
Précédent


TGH Iraq is implementing a project to reinforce the capacity of government staff, through the financial support of UNHCR.

Last week, a PsychoSocial Support #PSS workshop: 'Little Fellow Programme' was conducted by one of the facilitators trained by TGH teams in the Penjwen Youth Center, in Sulaymanyah.

Destined to children aged 6 to 9 years old, this programme aims to :

- Reinforce personal resilience by providing positive coping skills to help adapt to difficult situations
- Introduce tools to manage emotions by learning to internalise positive values and establish constructive relationships with its environment
- Provide critical thinking and conflict resolution tools to protect oneself, reinforce self-confidence and develop personal skills

TGH acts in Iraq in favour of protection.
Suivant Refermer
Précédent


Last week, TGH Algeria team hosted the visit of the diplomatic delegation to the Saharawi refugee camps.

For the occasion, the fish farm in Nkhila, the national hospital in Rabouni and the soap workshop, also in Rabouni, were visited: TGH intervenes with multi-sectoral support in the area, ensuring food and economic resilience as well as improved access to primary health care.

Thank you to PAM, UNHCR and UNICEF for their presence and support in the missions.
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93% of our resources are devoted to our field activities (data of 2018). Our accounts are certified by In Extenso, accounting firm listed on the board of the Regional Council of Rhone Alpes.