AOO and DNGO Collaborate to Address Humanitarian Challenges in Kurdistan Region

In a bid to address pressing humanitarian concerns in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI), the Accepting Others Organization (AOO) in collaboration with the Department of Non-Government Organizations (DNGO) recently convened a crucial meeting. The gathering brought together representatives from 148 NGOs and INGOs operating in various sectors including Humanitarian, Refugee, Emergency, IDPs (Internally Displaced Persons), and Charity.

The event commenced with a warm welcome speech delivered by the Accepting Others Organization (AOO), followed by remarks from Mr. Barzan Akram Mantik, Head of DNGO, and representatives from the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, and the Joint Crisis Coordination (JCC) team. These opening addresses set the tone for a constructive dialogue aimed at tackling the multifaceted challenges facing the region.

Throughout the meeting, participants engaged in a robust exchange of ideas, with a particular focus on pressing issues such as the banking situation, the status of camp closures, and the evolving conditions of IDPs and refugees in the Kurdistan region. Questions and answers sessions provided a platform for organizations to voice their concerns, share insights, and collaborate on potential solutions.

The collaborative efforts of AOO, DNGO, and the participating organizations underscore a collective commitment to addressing humanitarian needs and fostering resilience in the Kurdistan Region. As the region navigates complex socio-economic and political dynamics, such collaborative initiatives serve as a beacon of hope, demonstrating the power of unity in overcoming challenges and building a brighter future for all residents.

Published On: March 11th, 2024 / Categories: Updates /