ICIN Aid in Iraq
Over the last eighteen months ICIN has provided the following:
1. In response to the Dora Crisis, when over a thousand families were driven out of their homes and were left homeless, US$30,000 was granted through the Baghdad Bishop Committee (all denominations) mainly to provide shelter and food for displaced families in Baghdad.
2. Emergency Medical Aid, a program supervised by the Dominican Fathers in Baghdad: US$10,000.
3. Youth support program supervised by the Auxiliary Bishop of Baghdad: US$10,000.
4. Basma Bakery, a project in collaboration with a Swiss charity to establish a bakery providing subsidised or free bread for the poor displaced family in the Douhok area also providing some employment opportunities: US$13,000
5. Mosul and Northern Iraq to provide through the Bishop of Mosul and St Peterâ€™s Church and Seminary, Fr Warda and Sisters aid to the displaced and needy families from Mosul: US$35,000
6. Medical aid to displaced families in Northern Iraq through Sr Farouz: US$11,000.
Total Aid to IRAQ US$ 109,000 (One Hundred and Nine Thousand US$ )
ICIN Aid to Iraqi refuges in Syria, Jordan and Lebanon
1- Aid in providing shelter, food and medical aid in Aleppo and Damascus through Bishop Audo and Bishop Yohan Ibrahim: US$ 30,000.
2- Fr Khalil Al Jaar (Messengers of Peace) aid to families in Jordan: US$ 20,000.
3- Aid to refugee families in Lebanon through Bishop Kassaji: US$10,000.
4- Saydnai Language course, Supervisor Fr Hani, US$ 22,000 (ongoing project costing US$10,000 every three months).
5- Damascus Widows program US$20,000 (ongoing project to support 10 families: US$10,000 every three months) under the supervision of Fr Hani and Shamass Jan.
6- Educational program of Student Sponsorship in Jordan, through Fr Khalil, sponsoring 60 students at different levels of education: US$20,845.
7- Summer Camp for 120 students, aged 8-13, in Syria: US$5,000. Supervised by Fr Toni and Shamass Jan.
Total Aid Iraqi Refuges US$ 127,845 (One hundred and twenty seven thousand US$)
ICIN Grand Total Aid
US$ 236,845 (two hundred and thirty six thousand and eight hundred and forty five US$)