The support to public institutions has continued to focus on supporting service delivery, policy development and enhancing capacities of public officials and civil servants to respond to the crisis.
More than 120 million USD of assistance was committed or channeled to public institutions so far in 2016. 521 additional staff were seconded or financed to enhance the crisis response capacity of public institutions.
Support to Social Institutions
The following have been adapted from the attached updated list of overall programme priorities for the purposes of the Jordan Humanitarian Fund (JHF) call for proposals of September 2016.
The recent surge in violence in the West Bank has dramatically affected the lives of Palestinians, including Palestine refugee children. Between October 2015 and July 2016, 84 Palestinian children, including 12 Palestine refugee children, were killed – 6 out of the 12 fatalities occurred in West Bank refugee camps. Furthermore, as of 10 August, 1,146 Palestinians have been displaced as a result of demolitions, including at least 542 children; 406 of the displaced were Palestine refugees, including at least 187 children.
The Barzani Charity Foundation (BCF) is a charity, independent and non-profitable organization and was formed in 2005 in the Kurdistan Region capital city Erbil. BCF dedicates its works and project on humanitarian efforts and helping poor people as well as refugees. The Barzani Charity Foundation gives great importance to education children and providing medical needs and equipment to disabled people across Kurdistan Region.
Situation in Aleppo: The opposition-controlled areas of eastern Aleppo city, with an estimated civilian population of 250,000 to 300,000 people, have been cut o from humanitarian assistance since 7 July. In the last months, civilian infrastructure has been severely aected by ongoing ghting, including by aerial bombardment and shelling. UNRWA estimates that 15 to 20 Palestine refugee families are currently living in the Eastern parts of Aleppo.
Robert Church CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP047
Lisu Boarding-House CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP049
AD-2000 Tharthana Compound CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP050
Mu-yin Baptist Church CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP051
Htoi San Church CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP052
Yoe Kyi Monastery CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP053
Nant Hlaing Church CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP054
Ta Gun Taing Monastery (Shwe Kyi Na) CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP055
Phan Khar Kone CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP193
Aung Thar Church CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP194
Qtr. 2 Myoma Baptist Church CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP025
Qtr. 4 Monestry (Thargaya Thayett Taw) CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP026
Mading Baptist Church CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP027
Hkat Cho CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP028
Maina Catholic Church (St. Joseph) CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP029
Qtr. 3 Mu-yin Baptist Church CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP030
Maina AG Church CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP031
Qtr. 2 Lhaovo Baptist Church CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP032
Nawng Hee Village CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP033
Thargaya Lisu Baptist Church CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP037
Waingmaw AG Church CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP038
Shwe Gu Baptist Church CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP067
Shwe Gu Catholic Church CP_Pcode : MMR001CMP068
Nam Tu Baptist CP_Pcode : MMR015CMP014
Nam Hkam (KBC Jaw Wang) CP_Pcode : MMR015CMP001
Nam Hkam Catholic Church ( St. Thomas I) CP_Pcode : MMR015CMP003
Nam Hkam - Nay Win Ni (Palawng) CP_Pcode : MMR015CMP004
Nam Hkam (KBC Jaw Wang) II CP_Pcode : MMR015CMP214
Namhkan - Pang Long KBC CP_Pcode : MMR015CMP215