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TGH celebrated on November 20 the 30th anniversary of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child (#ICRC). The organisation implements projects to protect children and their rights in emergency, rehabilitation and development situations.

TGH is a member of the "Alliance for the Protection of Children in Humanitarian Action", a network of about 100 non-governmental organisations and United Nations agencies working to develop common standards for child protection actors in humanitarian action.

On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the ICRC, #TGH renews its commitment to defend the rights of children and invites you to discover the programmes implemented this year in favour of children.
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WEELS REHABILITATION

Since April 2018 TGH has been providing a continuous response to the acute needs of vulnerable displaced persons and returnees in West and Central Darfur, thanks to the support of @ECHO.
At this extent, TGH has just completed the rehabilitation of 3 wells in Shawaya, in Kreinik locality. These infrastructures facilitate people's access to clean and drinkable water.
According to World Health Organisation, the minimal amount of water needed to meet basic water needs (drinking, food, hygiene, cooking) is estimated at from 7.5 up to 15 liters per day per person. In theory a well can produce up to 7500 litres of water per day. The rehabilitation of these 3 wells will therefore enable to meet the drinking water needs of 1875 people.
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Since the reopening of the mission in 2013, TGH has been implementing child protection programmes in federal Iraq and Iraqi Kurdistan. As part of a capacity building project of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs of Iraqi Kurdistan (MoLSA) supported by @UNHCR, TGH provides training for Kurdish government social workers and their supervisors. In the long term, the objective of this project is to increase the quality of the services offered by improving the autonomy of social workers by providing better care for vulnerable families.
On 11 and 12 November, TGH co-facilitated a training session led by a MoLSA official for members of the Ministry and a social worker from an international NGO in Souleimaniye.
Subsequently, on 13 and 14 November, TGH conducted training for social workers in Halabja. Members of the Iraqi Kurdistan Social Affairs Directorate (DoSA), the Ministry of Education (MoE) and workers in hospitals or specialized centers for people with Kurdish disabilities were able to participate in this training day.
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TGH celebrated on November 20 the 30th anniversary of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child (#ICRC). The organisation implements projects to protect children and their rights in emergency, rehabilitation and development situations.

TGH is a member of the "Alliance for the Protection of Children in Humanitarian Action", a network of about 100 non-governmental organisations and United Nations agencies working to develop common standards for child protection actors in humanitarian action.

On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the ICRC, #TGH renews its commitment to defend the rights of children and invites you to discover the programmes implemented this year in favour of children.
Suivant Refermer
Précédent


WEELS REHABILITATION

Since April 2018 TGH has been providing a continuous response to the acute needs of vulnerable displaced persons and returnees in West and Central Darfur, thanks to the support of @ECHO.
At this extent, TGH has just completed the rehabilitation of 3 wells in Shawaya, in Kreinik locality. These infrastructures facilitate people's access to clean and drinkable water.
According to World Health Organisation, the minimal amount of water needed to meet basic water needs (drinking, food, hygiene, cooking) is estimated at from 7.5 up to 15 liters per day per person. In theory a well can produce up to 7500 litres of water per day. The rehabilitation of these 3 wells will therefore enable to meet the drinking water needs of 1875 people.
Suivant Refermer
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Since the reopening of the mission in 2013, TGH has been implementing child protection programmes in federal Iraq and Iraqi Kurdistan. As part of a capacity building project of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs of Iraqi Kurdistan (MoLSA) supported by @UNHCR, TGH provides training for Kurdish government social workers and their supervisors. In the long term, the objective of this project is to increase the quality of the services offered by improving the autonomy of social workers by providing better care for vulnerable families.
On 11 and 12 November, TGH co-facilitated a training session led by a MoLSA official for members of the Ministry and a social worker from an international NGO in Souleimaniye.
Subsequently, on 13 and 14 November, TGH conducted training for social workers in Halabja. Members of the Iraqi Kurdistan Social Affairs Directorate (DoSA), the Ministry of Education (MoE) and workers in hospitals or specialized centers for people with Kurdish disabilities were able to participate in this training day.
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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.