LocationSyria – “Eastern Ghouta”
Datefrom 01/01/2017 to 31/03/2017
Numbers Of Beneficiaries•86 beneficiaries profited from Fodder distribution two times throughout the project.
•Approximately 1, 827 beneficiaries profited from the mobile clinic.
•68 beneficiaries participated in four private awareness sessions.
•570 Beneficiaries will benefit from public awareness sessions.
LIVELIHOOD AND LIVESTOCK PROJECT – PHASE 3, concentrated on maintaining and
improving the livestock situation in Eastern Ghouta by providing the livestock keepers who
received cows to raise from the previous phase of the project (86 livestock keepers received
cows in phase 2) with fodder to feed the cows. The folder was distributed twice throughout the
project’s timeframe. Additionally, another major component of the project was a mobile
veterinary clinic which conducted rounds in several areas in Eastern ghost in order to provide
veterinary services for all kinds of livestock to around 1,827 beneficiaries. Furthermore, the
project included private and public awareness session for livestock keepers which addressed
different topics related to livestock rearing and associated skills.
LocationLebanon : North Bekaa – Arsal
This project aimed to provide some of the nutritional needs of displaced Syrian families for
nearly one month. A total of 2,232 food baskets were distributed to camps located in Arsal, a
hard-to-reach area that has attracted thousands of Syrian refugees since the beginning of the
LocationSyria – North Rural Homs “Rastan-Talbeesa and Hola”
Datefrom 01/03/2016 to 31/10/2016
Numbers of beneficiaries2100 Households in the North Rural Homs Areas.
This project aimed to help vulnerable households without a main financial provider. Such
households included mainly single mothers with multiple children. The Food For thought
Projected included the distribution of two food baskets twice per month during the duration of
LocationLebanon : Different areas in eastern and western Bekaa and northern Akkar
The Toolkit project aims to transform Syrian Refugees into positive roles models for generations to come by providing them with job opportunities and enabling to earn their own salary.
Moreover, this project helps those beneficiaries by providing them with a stable financial source that insure their ability in procuring their basic needs. IHR received 318 applications, 43 of which were provided with technical, managerial or accounting training courses and the proper tools to help them launch their own businesses.
LocationLebanon – Different areas in eastern and western Bekaa and northern Akkar
Datefrom 11/01/2016 till 31/01/2016
Numbers of Beneficiaries1,500 families in Bekaa different areas (7,050 pax)
1,000 families in Akkar different areas (4,700 pax)
149 Food Baskets were distributed to the educational staff in Al Amal schools
This project aims to provide those Syrian families with food items. Essentially minimizing the daily sufferance that the Syrian refugees in Lebanon are facing. So far IHR has been able to distribute 2,649-Food Baskets to 2,649 Syrian families in Bekaa and Akkar which will suffice them for a whole month.
LocationSyria : The districts of Al-Rihan and Al-Shifoniyyeh in Eastern Ghouta
Beneficiaries79 female-headed households
The Project supports sustainable livelihoods through improved incomes and food security for the poorest segments of Rural Damascus, notably displaced widows.
IHR has provided these widows with 3 pregnant ewes each, along with a 2 months’ supply of fodder. This Project also includes regular veterinary care as well as a Vet Centre set up for constant and convenient assistance access to beneficiaries.
Last but not least, the Al-Rihan Centre for Women Dairy Farmers (مركز الريحان للنساء المنتجات) was set up to serve as a women’s community centre where locals from both districts can feel free to gather and discuss their experiences and achievements. The Al-Rihan Centre for Women Dairy Farmers also serves as a hall for various training seminars on milk production techniques, sheep rearing and money management skills. By introducing them to an occupation they can utilize (i.e. sheep farming), this Project offers many benefits to women: reducing their economic dependency, and strengthening their own (and their children’s) food security. This will contribute to women’s empowerment and in the long term will help expand sheep and lamb markets in the targeted areas.
LocationSyria – Eastern Ghouta
Datefrom 01/03/2016 till 31/03/2016
Numbers of beneficiaries2,250 households
Contributing to providing minimum standards of food security to the inhabitants of Eastern Ghouta by distributing comprehensive food rations to them, alleviating their financial burden.
LocationSyria : Eastern Ghouta
Date1/11/2015 until 31/10/2016
As a result of the ongoing war and the siege of many areas, the loss of livestock has been huge. This project involves establishing and equipping a centre for breeding and vaccinating heifers in Eastern Ghouta with the aim of contributing to the preservation of livestock in the area and stimulating the livestock market there, as well as ensuring food security for the locals. Such intiative would encourage people to restore part of their pre-war livelihoods
LocationSyria – Douma city and its surroundings in Eastern Ghouta
Datefrom 01/11/2015 to 29/02/2016
Numbers of beneficiaries120 direct beneficiaries (families of cattle farmers) and at least 900 families a month buying quality milk with a reduced price
The project aims to counter the decrease in cattle population in Eastern Ghouta by providing cattle farmers with one cow each –along with a 3 month supply of fodder– and selling their milk product at an IHR-run center in the town of Misraba. This, in addition to regular veterinary care – a Vet Center open for consultations and awareness sessions open to the public. This ensures a sustainable source of income for the direct beneficiaries (31 selected farmers) all the while providing low-cost quality milk to the indirect beneficiaries (the residents of Misraba).
LocationLebanon : Arsal
Given the great needs of families living in the Aarsal region, International Humanitarian Relief took it upon itself to sponsor the Syrian families living in Aaidoun camp where 1039 Food baskets and more than 29000 Bread packs were distributed and still are…
LocationSyria – Homs countryside – Talbiseh
Numbers of beneficiaries54,600 persons
For more than 3 years, the people of Talbiseh have been living under siege deprived from essential food & living supplies. Therefore, IHR team alleviated the needs of the people by distributing food baskets that included meals and products.
LocationIdleb northern rural
DateFrom 22/7/2015 to 31/12/2015
Beneficiaries2500 new IDP Families
The project aimed to provide food to IDPs as they reached safer places by distributing 5000 food basket to 2500 new family.
LocationSyria – Damascus countryside – eastern Ghouta
DateFrom 1/06/2015 to 31/12/2015
Numbers of beneficiaries1,120 persons
Eastern Ghouta lacks all essential living dietary materials as it has been under siege for a long time. As part of its long-term local projects strategy, our team started working on a ‘Harvest (corn and eggplants) for Farmers’ project. This consisted of providing seeds and seedlings for farmers and offering technical support in order to till the soil and make the land arable. In addition, our team supplied farmers with fuel for water pumps and secured experts to supervise the project from the very beginning until crop production.
LocationIdleb city and Saraqib rural.
DateFrom 20/4/2015 to 19/6/2015
Beneficiaries10526 IDPs from Idleb city and rural Saraqib.
The project aimed to provide food to IDPs by distributing 10526 daily personal cooked meals to IDPs in Idleb city and Saraqib rural.
LocationQaser Bin Wardan
DateFrom 20/2/2015 to 27/2/2015
Beneficiaries500 new IDP familes
LocationSaraqib – Jarjanaz – Sahl Al-Ghab – Ma’arat Alnuman rural – On Turkish borders camps
DateFrom 1/2/2015 to 1/8/2015
Beneficiaries21100 family of IDPs and peopel in need.
Our team distributed 10000 Food Baskets in camps located on the border. IHR coordinated with Human Appeal and another 11100 Food Baskets were given out to families in rural Saraqib – Jarjanaz – Sahl Al-Ghab – rural Ma’arat Alnuman every month. This results in food security for the families and decreased health deterioration as a result of malnutrition.
Update: the contract was extended until the end of 2015, adding Idbel city and rural to the targeted locations.
LocationSyria – Homs countryside – Al-Rastan and Al-Houla
Datefrom 1/12/2014 to 30/11/2015
Numbers of beneficiaries41,420 beneficiaries from food baskets distribution
49,280 beneficiaries from daily bread distribution
We determined the deterioration of food security was dire and the the needs of people in the north countryside of Homs were not being met. IHR implemented a 3-stage project to distribute Food Baskets among displaced families in addition to distributing bread at Al-Rastan area.
LocationSyria – Damascus countryside – eastern Gota
Datefrom 21/1/2015 to 5/2/2015
Number of beneficiaries28.280 persons
Improving the situation in besieged areas suffering from severe food shortages has always been a priority to International Humanitarian relief.
LocationHama eastern rural – Idleb rural
DateFrom 1/1/2015 to 31/6/2015
Providing flour to Sahl Al-Ghab and Hama eastern rural bakeries:
Each bakery cooks 1 ton/day of flour which means around 1000 bread loaves – an average of 50 tons per month for the two bakeries. Our team distributed 2000 bread loaves daily to people at a price of 35 Syrian Pounds/per loaves.
Update: the contract was extended and 75 tons of flour was produced per month.
DateFrom 1/12/2014 to 10/7/2015
The project aims to keep farmers in their lands and preserve local wheat types. As all people of rural Aleppo benefit from this project, the projects plants 287 hectares of land. From the lands wheat was cultivated, providing flour and bread resulting in bread loaves being sold for less.
LocationSyria – Damascus countryside – Douma
Datefrom 1/4/2015 to 30/9/2015
Numbers of beneficiaries5,040 persons
The Raising Rabbits project provided a dietary protein source as a replacement for the protein usually provided from sheep and beef.
The project was divided into stages:
1) rabbit’s health care 3) breeding and production
2) insemination and mating 4) Selling rabbits for a cheap price.
These steps allowed families to buy rabbits, raise them, then eat them. This project was one of the most significant projects carried out by IHR as the rabbits, unlike other animals, have short pregnancy durations and large births number.