WASEL TASEL Humanitarian Foundation WASEL TASEL was founded as a volunteer-based initiative in March 2015. It was born as a response to the displacement crisis that befell Iraq in recent years. We adhere to four principles (humanity, integrity, neutrality, and independence) when working with our beneficiaries, which include the displaced (IDPEs), the syrian refugees, and the host community. Our new vision is focused on the following areas: education, health, development, relief, and social initiatives. As of 22 July 2019, we became a registered Iraqi non-governmental corporation with certificate number 1I1907043 issued by the Department of Non-Governmental Organizations, General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers. Wasel Tasel Humanitarian Foundation management believe in women empowerment so %35 of the volunteers and employees are females. OUR VALUES • Responsibility One of the most important values through which we commit to our partners, our supporters, and out beneficiaries. • Transparency All the work that is implemented by our corporation is subject to the principle of transparency and clarity. • Respect We are committed to the values and principles that ensure the dignity of the beneficiaries and respect the customs of local communities while ensuring that this does not compromise our business standards. • Passion We have the passion to make positive change through our projects and initiatives. WASEL TASEL Humanitarian Foundation Offices Al Rummanah Office Location / Al Anbar Work date / 10 April 2020 •Agriculture project •Improving and restoring farm lands by providing water pumps, seeds, farming equipment and daily workers •The target beneficiaries are the victims of ISIS crisis who lost their households during the war •Food baskets distributing for the needy families who has limited resources Al Qaim Office Community Center Location / Al Qaim City / Al Anbar Work date / 25 Aug 2019 The center offers the following services: •Training and empowering widow women in sewing skills education courses. Number of beneficiaries: 48 widowed women •Psychosocial support for the children of trained women. Number of beneficiaries: 115 children •Monitoring cases of gender-based violence Number of cases: 20 cases •Supporting children affected by conflict and working on connecting them into society. Number of beneficiaries: 15 children •Relief support for the families of martyrs Number of beneficiaries: 1500 family •Dialogue to restore stability between the local government and citizens •Providing training workshops on the importance of volunteer teams and how to manage voluntary campaigns Number of beneficiaries: 12 young people •Peace-building workshop in Qaim Number of trainees: 14 trainees •Al-Qaim Children's Drawing Studio initiative Number of beneficiaries: 22 children •Training course on shaving skills for young people Number of beneficiaries: 12 young people •support orphaned children stationery and school bags Number of beneficiaries: 360 children •Providing non-formal education for orphaned children (Arabic, English, mathematics). •workshops to teach the art of painting for orphaned children Al Mosul Office Community Center Location / Al Mosul / Nenawa Work date / 20 Nov 2018 The center offers the following services: •Community Center •Guaranty 5,500 orphans every month •Rehabilitate destroyed houses •Provides furniture for rehabilitated schools •Provide support in education sector, health sector and awareness sector •Lead relief campaigns and first aid volunteers’ team •Provide and distribute non-food items WORK SECTORS • Education One of main priorities is to support education. Our corporation set up several programs to support the education system in Iraq since we believe that today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders. Our programs include the following: •- school rehabilitation, •- school furnishing, •- tailoring and distribution of school uniforms, •- distribution of stationary, •- sponsorship programs for the orphans and needy children, •- qualifying student courses • Financial assistance Monetary assistance to help victims of violence and discrimination and families who have lost their breadwinner. • Health The health field is one of our main priorities and we have implemented numerous programs that provide healthcare. • Shelter This project aims to provide shelter for displaced families in safe areas and in liberated towns either by restoration of partially demolished houses or the payment of rent for a period ranging between six months to two years. • Quick response This project aims to provide services in cases of natural disasters and wars. The quick response program involves the distribution of ready food, provision of shelter, first aid, and mobile clinics. • Food support programs One of the first programs launched by the corporation to support families displaced to Kurdistan region and the capital Baghdad in addition to displaced people’s camps all over the country and at the beginning of liberation operations in 2016. • Protection programs Our corporation works on implementing the fundamental principles of guaranteeing human rights especially after the violent events in Iraqi cities and the ensuing violations of these rights. • • Sports programs Our corporation works on harnessing sports for peace and development. Since sports is one of the recognized means for promoting peace and it includes all segments of society. • Livelihoods programs The goal is to provide a means of livelihood to ensure decent living. The program includes empowerment workshops, skills enhancement, and activities to ensure adequate expertise to manage the means of livelihood. WASEL TASEL’s work locations Provinces and camps’ names •Al-Anbar •Baghdad •Erbil •Nineveh •Salahuddin •Diyala •Najaf •Dohuk •Camps in Al-Anbar Province 18km, 18km (transition), Al-Wafaa, Al-Khalidiyah (3 camps), Tourist City (2 camps), Amiriyat Alfallujah (4 camps) •Camps in Baghdad Province Al-Kafa’at, Abu Ghraib, Hay Al-Jami’ah, Al-Haswah, Al-Utaifiyyah •Camps in Ninawa Province Al-Haj Ali, Al-Jad’ah (6 camps), Hammam Al-Aleel (2 camps), Tal Al-Jarabee’a, Bartillah , Al- Salamiyah •Camps in Diyala Province Alyawa •Camps in Salahuddin Province Nahiyat Al-Alam •Camps in Kurdistan Region U2, Harsham, Bharkah, Al-Khazar, Al-Khazar Althani, Jamkur, Hasan Sham (4 camps) Our partners •USAID •Global Response Management •Save the children •Al- Tahreer association for development •Iraqi Alamal association •Mosul organization for development