Shelter constitutes a crucial aspect of our humanitarian mission, and consequently, RRD places a high priority on rehabilitation efforts. Our objective is to establish a conducive environment for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), returnees, and the host community, particularly in regions affected by conflict.
According to statistics, over 9 million citizens, representing nearly a quarter of Iraq’s 41 million population, live below the poverty line. The majority of these vulnerable individuals reside in partially damaged houses, tents, and informal settlements.
RRD’s shelter projects have successfully undertaken partial rehabilitation for 110 houses in Iraq, benefitting 654 individuals. Additionally, we have constructed two houses for the accommodation of 20 beneficiaries.
Nevertheless, there exists a considerable number of vulnerable families eagerly awaiting further assistance.