The ACERO Dohuk Housing Complex continues to be a hub of activity for its permanent residents and those who have taken refuge there after fleeing their ancestral towns in the Nineveh Plains. This has included ongoing distribution of food and material aid to the residents.
In recent weeks, ACERO has coordinated the below aid and relief programs at the Complex:
– On 21 August 2016, a team of doctors and medical professionals called on the residents at the Complex, examining the sick and distributing necessary medications free of charge.
– In August 2016, ACERO’s Dohuk Chapter distributed food aid to 46 families. This distribution coincided with the sad death of three persons associated with ACERO in Northern Iraq. ACERO offered its deepest condolences to the bereaved families.
– A new water tank was installed replacing the previous one which was affected by general wear-and-tear. For the good health of the residents, a new 30,000 litre tank was installed and remains full in the event of water shortages during the hot summer.
These are some of the ongoing aid and relief activities at the Dohuk Housing Complex. While the residents are well cared for by ACERO, they do require ongoing aid and support.