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New Italy contribution to support physical and mental health services in conflict affected Ninewa

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New Italy contribution to support physical and mental health services in conflict affected Ninewa

Post by claud39 on Tue Dec 18, 2018 1:24 pm


[size=36]New Italy contribution to support physical and mental health services in conflict affected Ninewa[/size]

Tuesday, 18 December 2018

Baghdad, 18 December 2018 --- The World Health Organization (WHO) welcomes a generous contribution of €1,000,000 million from the Italian Agency for Development Corporation to support the provision of physical and mental health rehabilitation services for the conflict-affected population from Ninewa Governorate.

The new contribution will be used to ensure access for mentally and physically disabled war victims to high-quality medical services. It will also assist in building the capacity of health staff working in the areas of physical rehabilitation interventions and case assessment and management.
“WHO appreciates the generous donation from the Italian Agency for Development Corporation; it will certainly contribute to building on the good results achieved by WHO and partners in providing mental and physical rehabilitation services in Mosul,” said Dr. Adham R. Ismail, Acting WHO Representative in Iraq.
The military operation to retake Mosul, which took place from October 2016 to July 2017, resulted in a high number of civilian casualties and related mental and physical disabilities. According to national health statistics, the total number of amputees living in Ninewa and registered in Mosul Rehabilitation Centre alone stands at 4,493 cases.
People suffering from mental illnesses and complications have also significantly increased due to stress and conflict-related losses. Almost 2% of the population affected by the conflict are facing serious mental health problems, especially an extremely vulnerable population of women, children, and the elderly.
“With support from donors such as the Italian Agency for Development Corporation, major gaps will be addressed with effective and sustainable solutions; it is a collective responsibility to drive all health response components of the recovery and reconstruction phase in retaken areas to success,” said Dr. Ismail.
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For more information, please contact:
- Ajyal Sultany, WHO Communications Officer, (+964) 7740 892 878, sultanya@who.int

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Italy extends support to explosive hazard management activities in Iraq

Post by claud39 on Wed Dec 19, 2018 7:22 am


[size=36]Italy extends support to explosive hazard management activities in Iraq[/size]

Wednesday, 19 December 2018 

Baghdad, 19 December 2018 – The United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) in Iraq welcomes an additional contribution of EUR 585,000 from the Government of Italy to mitigate the threat posed by explosive hazards and enable stabilization efforts in liberated areas of Iraq.

Extensive conflict involving Iraqi Security Forces and Peshmerga on one side and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) on the other has had a profound impact on human security in Iraq. The large scale, scope, and complexity of explosive hazard contamination in liberated areas is substantial, and far exceeds existing national resources to clear them,
This contribution from the Government of Italy will significantly further UNMAS explosive hazard management activities in Iraq. UNMAS, in coordination with implementing partners, has strategized a comprehensive response to mitigate the risks posed by explosive hazards through three primary areas: explosive hazard management, capacity enhancement, and risk education. This range of activities allows for a dynamic response covering clearance, enhancement of existing government resources, and engagement with communities to ensure a unified response to explosive hazards.
The continued threat of destabilization is significantly heightened through the presence of explosive hazards, particularly in residential and rural communities. This ensures that a continued “de facto battle” exists, resulting in lives lost with no enemy in sight. The legacy of ISIL will continue to live on as long as explosive hazards are scattered in houses, neighbourhoods, and across communities, posing a threat to citizens set on rebuilding their lives post-ISIL occupation.
“Among the activities testifying the commitment of the Government of Italy to stabilization, explosive hazard management and demining are deemed crucial for both the delivery of humanitarian assistance and the protection of civilians, as a precondition for a safe reconstruction,” said H.E. Bruno Pasquino, Ambassador of Italy to Iraq. “Italy is supporting these activities in a wide range of countries, for sheer decontamination and for capacity enhancement. In Iraq, our qualified support on demining will also be devoted to the protection of cultural heritage – a trademark of our development cooperation policy.”
“The presence of explosive hazards significantly impedes the safe, sustainable, voluntary, and dignified return of internally displaced persons to their areas of origin in Iraq,” said Mr. Pehr Lodhammar, UNMAS Iraq Senior Programme Manager. “Italy is a critical cooperative partner for UNMAS humanitarian and stabilization efforts to ensure the return of livelihoods and a sense of normalcy to affected communities.”

Pehr Lodhammar, UNMAS Iraq Programme, Senior Programme Manager lodhammar@un.org

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