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Thanks to AFD’s funding (French Development Agency), TGH in partnership with Mercy Corps started in January 2019 a project to promote economic revival of microbusinesses and agriculture in Al-Hamdaniyah district, Ninewa Governorate. In January 2021, the Project Manager visited the intervention area and met potential partners and beneficiaries. TGH is working on the rehabilitation of the drainage system in the Salamiyah irrigation scheme, in partnership with the Department of Water Resources. The construction work should start in March 2021. TGH is also working on improving access to veterinary services and to animal feed as they represent the main expenses for farmers. Thus, the cactus was introduced to a group of female breeders as a low-cost alternative for animal feed. Finally, TGH plans to rehabilitate the Mosul Fish Hatchery so that fish farmers can restart their activities.
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As part of two HARP-funded "Multisectoral Emergency Response for Displaced Persons" projects TGH and its local partner the Raiki Community Development Foundation is supporting displaced communities in the Paletwa township to help them limit the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic.

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From July 2020 to January 2021, TGH implemented a rapid emergency response project in partnership with the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) funded by U.S Agency for International Development (USAID/OFDA).This project has supported 488 institutions and 5436 households with e-vouchers for hygiene located within 0-40 km from the contact line of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts. In total, over 400 000 individuals including beneficiaries of institutions and households in more than 200 locations benefited from e-vouchers for hygiene items, namely:
- 187 educational institutions benefiting 30 014 individuals including children and staff - 181 healthcare institutions covering 361 255 employees and patients - 120 social institutions covering 12 380 individuals - 5436 households including 11 420 beneficiaries
The support provided within the project was crucial as it enabled strengthening the capacity and resilience of the most vulnerable to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other respiratory infections.
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This video presents the reverse osmosis unit installed by TGH in Otaya (Syria) with funding from the EU Humanitarian Aid and SHF.

This reverse osmosis unit aims to reduce the high level of nitrate presents in water in this zone, so as to gradually ends water provision by trucking.
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From July 2020 to January 2021, TGH implemented the project «Rapid emergency response to support healthcare, social, educational institutions and vulnerable households of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts for COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control, through the provision of electronic vouchers and mobilization of partner shops network». This project located in eastern Ukraine is funded by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID/OFDA). In cooperation with four TGH NGO partners and 42 partner-shops, 488 institutions and 5436 vulnerable households along the contact line were supported with e-vouchers for essential hygiene supplies benefitting over 400 000 individuals from the assistance provided as a part of the TGH’s COVID-19 response. This short video demonstrates the TGH’s innovative e-voucher approach that ensures rapid and effective aid delivery, extensive geographic coverage including in hard-to-reach areas as well as safety and protection of beneficiaries in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Video @Anti-Crisis Media Center, Kramatorsk, Donetsk oblast
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Thanks to AFD’s funding (French Development Agency), TGH in partnership with Mercy Corps started in January 2019 a project to promote economic revival of microbusinesses and agriculture in Al-Hamdaniyah district, Ninewa Governorate. In January 2021, the Project Manager visited the intervention area and met potential partners and beneficiaries. TGH is working on the rehabilitation of the drainage system in the Salamiyah irrigation scheme, in partnership with the Department of Water Resources. The construction work should start in March 2021. TGH is also working on improving access to veterinary services and to animal feed as they represent the main expenses for farmers. Thus, the cactus was introduced to a group of female breeders as a low-cost alternative for animal feed. Finally, TGH plans to rehabilitate the Mosul Fish Hatchery so that fish farmers can restart their activities.
More info
Suivant Refermer
Précédent

As part of two HARP-funded "Multisectoral Emergency Response for Displaced Persons" projects TGH and its local partner the Raiki Community Development Foundation is supporting displaced communities in the Paletwa township to help them limit the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic.

Read more
Suivant Refermer
Précédent


From July 2020 to January 2021, Triangle Génération Humanitaire implemented a rapid emergency response project in partnership with the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) funded by U.S Agency for International Development (USAID/OFDA).This project has supported 488 institutions and 5436 households with e-vouchers for hygiene located within 0-40 km from the contact line of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts. In total, over 400 000 individuals including beneficiaries of institutions and households in more than 200 locations benefited from e-vouchers for hygiene items, namely:
- 187 educational institutions benefiting 30 014 individuals including children and staff - 181 healthcare institutions covering 361 255 employees and patients - 120 social institutions covering 12 380 individuals - 5436 households including 11 420 beneficiaries
The support provided within the project was crucial as it enabled strengthening the capacity and resilience of the most vulnerable to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other respiratory infections.
Suivant Refermer
Précédent


This video presents the reverse osmosis unit installed by TGH in Otaya (Syria) with funding from the EU Humanitarian Aid and SHF.

This reverse osmosis unit aims to reduce the high level of nitrate presents in water in this zone, so as to gradually ends water provision by trucking.
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From July 2020 to January 2021, TGH implemented the project «Rapid emergency response to support healthcare, social, educational institutions and vulnerable households of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts for COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control, through the provision of electronic vouchers and mobilization of partner shops network». This project located in eastern Ukraine is funded by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID/OFDA). In cooperation with four TGH NGO partners and 42 partner-shops, 488 institutions and 5436 vulnerable households along the contact line were supported with e-vouchers for essential hygiene supplies benefitting over 400 000 individuals from the assistance provided as a part of the TGH’s COVID-19 response. This short video demonstrates the TGH’s innovative e-voucher approach that ensures rapid and effective aid delivery, extensive geographic coverage including in hard-to-reach areas as well as safety and protection of beneficiaries in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Video @Anti-Crisis Media Center, Kramatorsk, Donetsk oblast, Ukraine
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