Yazda's Case Management team in Sinjar is providing essential needs to 325 returnees and victims

Under the “Supporting the return of displaced population in Ninewa Plains and West Ninewa” in partnership with IOM, funded by USAID, Yazda's Case Management team in Sinjar is providing essential humanitarian aid to 325 returnees and victims of the genocide. Yazda's Case Management team have provided instrumental needs to 335 returnees and survivors in the various area within Sinjar, in order to meet their needs and help their families to restart their lives, after 6 years of the onset of the genocide.

Yazda's Case Management team is working in areas such as Borek, Dogore, Duhola, Gohbal, Khanasour, Sardashti, Sinuni, Zorava, Haran, Kurse, Sardashti camp, Adika in order to provide survivors and victims of Genocide with Case Management services, such as Psychosocial Support, emergency cash support, and referrals to specialized services offered by Yazda or other humanitarian actors.

A complement of this Project is the livelihoods component, where the Case Management team is referring cases to livelihoods team where after beneficiaries receive vocational training and then helps beneficiaries to open small businesses.

Yazda would like to take this opportunity to thank IOM for this partnership in the project implementation and to USAID for the funding of this project.