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NGO CONTACTS IN JORDAN AND IRAQ, AREA OF EXPERTISE, AND IRAQI RESPONSE

Compiled by OCHA Amman Updated: 11 May 2003

Name

Contacts in Jordan
(country area code: ++962)

and Iraq
ACF - France Khadidja Amine Amman 079 5087576 acfjor@go.com.jo

Area of Expertise Iraq


Primary health Food security Nutrition WatSan Coordination

Response Jordan

Regional Presence

Present in Baghdad Water supply stock capacity for 40,000 people Water treatment plant for 10,000 people Sanitation kit for 500 latrines ACT-member, Christian Aid (CA): emergency projects with different Kurdish NGOs in Northern Iraq: Housing and feeding IDPs, and upgrading sanitation facilities with Rehabilitation, Education, and Community Health (REACH) Local NGO response coordination and health training programme with IKNN Training in rights under IHL and human rights law in case of conflict with HRDG Training in protection under Islamic law with IFSR Assessments with IRAC Present in Baghdad NFIs, food commodities positioned Plans: food distribution (wheat, complementary food) with WFP NFI (incl. tents) distribution

Syria (ACFUS) Iran (ACFSpain) ACT members present in Syria, and Turkey

ACT (Action by Churches Together)

Eszter Nemeth Amman 079 5340051 actmerco@go.com.jo

ACTED

Florence Arnaud Amman 077 200212 Cyril.dupre@acted.org Cyril du Pre Baghdad Satphone: +873 762824045 Thuraya: +882 1663225728 laurentlaloge@atge.automail .com

Relief Income generation Shelter Rehabilitation WatSan Food

Iran Kuwait

ADRA

Nagi Khalil Amman 077 862563 104474.1675@ compuserve.com

Aide Medicale Internationale (AMI - France)

Helene Ribier Amman 079 5513983 amijor@hotmail.com Kasra Mofarah Baghdad amirak@inmarsat. francetelecom.fr

Present in Baghdad

Air-Serv

Susan MacGregor Amman 079 6941365 smacgregor@airserv.org Savino Marinelli Amman 06 5607607 +882 1651109138 iraq2003@alisei.org

Logistics & transport Com.

Fights to Iraq for humanitarian workers

ALISEI (Association for International Cooperation & Humanitarian Aid) AmeriCares Foundation

Resettlement (housing construction)

Worked in North Iraq from 1993-98 (resettlement programme: housing construction) May work in central Iraq through a Jordanian NGO (rehabilitation of houses)

Peter Tokarczyk ptokarczyk@americares.org

Health

Medicines, medical supplies, clothing, shoes being assembled in the NGOs warehouses in US and Europe Medical aid delivered to Kirkuk and Erbil Team to travel to Kirkuk and Erbil to assess medical situation in hospitals and clinics and determine critical needs

AMI Foundation Portugal (Foundation International Medical Assistance)

Jorge Andrade Fundacaoami@mail.telepac.pt +351 91 4112249 Lucia Oliveira Amman 079 687 0029 amilucia2003@yahoo.com

Health Food security / Nutrition

1 ton of milk for children, 1 ton of water prepositioned 2 emergency health kits from IDA (20,00050,000 people for 3 months) prepositioned Cargo (10 tons of hum. aid, mainly medical supplies) sent to Nukhayab (Anbar governorate) Medical team operates in a health centre in Nukhayab Exploratory mission to Karbala: to reopen the health centre in Babylon, in the periphery of Karbala for the medical team to operate Plans in Baghdad area (Governorate of Anbar, district of Al-Rutbah, village of Nukhayab: Emergency medical / health interventions Clinical health care (primary and hospital) Public health / disease prevention/control Nutrition assessment surveys Clinical nutrition / therapeutic feeding Health infrastructure assessment Rehabilitation of health infrastructure Training of health professionals

ANERA (American Near Eat Refugee Aid) APN (Architects for People in Need)

Thomas Neu tom@anera-jwg.org

Andrea Hilger Amman 077 440053 apn-munich@t-online.de

Education Health WatSan

Education and watsan programmes in Iraq since 2001 Food distribution in Baghdad Rehabilitation and support to vocational centres and custodial institutions in Hay Tarik and Hay Rashad (Baghdad) Health services WatSan programmes

Association of Physicians for Humanism Atlas Logistique

Kim Hae Hyong drkimhr@hanmail.net David Blanc Amman 079 6777695 davidblanc@free.fr Present in Baghdad

Australian Relief and Mercy Services AVSI (Associazone Volontari per il Servizio Internazionale)

David Skeat davids@arms.org.au

Emilio Maiandi +961 3 257940 Emilio.maiandi@avsi.org

Medium and long-term projects Emergency relief Education Health Rehabilitation Urban Poverty Agriculture and Rural Poverty

Education programmes for vulnerable groups since 2001

Leban on

CAFOD (Catholic Agency for Overseas Development) Cap Anamur

Maura ODonohue modonohue@cafod.org.uk

Andreas Herr Amman 077 219429 capanamur@freenet.de

Health

Mobile surgical theatre together with interns available Medicaments prepared on the basis of the needs in Iraq ready to be shipped

Syria

CARE International

Liam Maguire Amman 079 5328264 06 5527921 Anis Tarabey Amman 079 5661298 crjordan@accessme.com Alia Khalifeh Amman 079 669 9005 06 552 7921 aliakh@globalone.com.jo Graham Miller Amman 079 5309045 graham@care.org.jo

Food WatSan Health

Office and ongoing programme in Iraq since 1991 55 water bladders in Iraq prepositioned Lactose-free milk supply to hospitals with paediatric beds in 14 Governorates in Centre and South Mobile repair workshops for emergency repairs of water installations, generators, disposal systems, pumps and chlorinators Hygiene materials and education for vulnerable women and children Fuel and transport prepositioned for water distribution Immediate emergency response: In addition to the CARE Iraq Country Director and national staff, international staff members are now present in Baghdad CARE is conducting concurrent assessment and rapid repair of water installations CARE is conducting assessment and concurrent response for 100 Primary Health Care Centres in Baghdad. CARE has currently fixed and installed generators in 6 hospitals in Baghdad Delivering of cleaning materials and disinfectants to hospitals (24 at this stage) Detailed assessment of hospital needs in and around Baghdad Working with Ministries of Health and Water to support them to restart operations Convoys sent from Jordan to Baghdad carrying medical supplies and food items. Planned: Food: Emergency food distribution to hospitals and vulnerable groups in center and south (14 Governorates) Supplementary feeding to Paediatric hospitals in center and south WatSan: Emergency water distribution and installation repairs Training, monitoring, assessment, and education related to water sector (national) Health: Emergency medical supplies to hospitals Lactose-free milk supply to hospitals with paediatric beds in 14 Governorates in center and south Hospital and healthcare centre rehabilitation Integrated health and medical supply programme (national) Girls education

Ongoing established programmes (since 1948) CARE International is the implementing partner for UNHCR and HCO for Ruwayshed Refugee Camp A, Camp B for third country nationals and the camp in Al Karama No Mans Land. CARE is conducting activities including distributing food and non food items, erecting tents and rubb halls in these locations. Management of extended point of delivery at the refugee camp

CARITAS Jordan

Jamal Hatter Amman 077 270817 06 4639032 cari@go.com.jo Bjarne Jorgensen Amman 06 5699432 caritasb@go.com.jo

Education Health Psychoso cial support Relief Health Office in Baghdad Run 14 SFPs (distributed first aid kits and equipment) Will work in four cities: Mosul, Kirkuk, Basra, and Baghdad

Ongoing social programmes for Iraqis

CARITAS Iraq

CCF (Christian Childrens Fund) CESVI (World Aid from Italy)

Chanon Bernstein Amman 079 5841646 cbernsteinjazz@hotmail.co m Giorgio Trombatore +965 6342485 +962 77232126 Mufleh Talouzi Amman 077 261287 06 5664552 cesvijordan@yahoo.co.uk Monica Luxa Amman 079 6941235 monicaluxa@cesvi.org Psychosocial support for children Education Rehabilitat ion WatSan Need assessment ongoing in South Iraq (az-Zubahir and al Basrah) Need assessment for West and Central Iraq to be started within the end of April Operative in Jordan (regional office in the Middle East) Delivered 20,000 food rations to Rwaished camp (in cooperation with GA-Alliance 2015) Kuwai t West Bank Leban on

CHF International (Community Habitat and Finance)

Rania Tamini Amman 079 5680619 06 5831188 / 06 5826145 rtamini@chf.org.jo

Infrastruct ure Agriculture Small business / micro-credit

Capacity to arrange for transportation of stuff from Aqaba to Baghdad

Operational in Jordan (5 years): infrastructure construction, agricultural/irrigation, microcredit, small enterprises programmes Planned: Shelter & NFI, WatSan, Logistics

Christian Aid

Andrew Candish +4420 75232390 acandish@christian-aid.org

Concern Worldwide

John Kilkenny +965 9881507 jj_kilkenny@yahoo.co.uk Kwan Li Kladstrup +965 9131729 kkladstrup@yahoo.com dominic.macsorley@ concern.ie

Food security / Nutrition Watsan

Housing and feeding IDPs, and upgrading sanitation facilities with rehabilitation, Education, Community Health (REACH) in Baghdada Local NGO response coordination and health training programme with IKNN in Baghdad Training gin rights under IHL and human rights law in case of conflict with HRDG Training in protection under Islamic law with IFSR Warehouse (NFIs, water tanks, pumps, etc.) in Ireland Partner of IOM for IDPs as Governorate Focal Point in the governorate Salah-ad-Din

Kuwait

Convoy of Hope COOPI (Cooperazione Internazionale)

Mark Smith msmith@convoyofhope.org Mario Bofondi +961 3 977336 bofondi@coopi.org Davide Martina +39 02 3085057 martina@coopi.org coopi@coopi.org Giorgio Carlo Torditi Baghdad Satphone: +882 1651110620 tardit@coopi.org WatSan IDPs and Refugees Shelter & NFI Food aid Health & Nutrition Emergenc y rehabilitation Agriculture /livestock Income generation Education & training 3 emergency specialised staff in Jordan, Iran, Kuwait, with a roster of about 20 aid workers ready to move with two weeks notice Iran

Counterpart International

Brian Propp +202 721 1503 brian@counterpart.org Darshana Vyas +202 721 1547 dvyas@counterpart.org Galawezh Bayiz galawezh@counterpart.org

Relief Health & Child Survival Civil Society Food Security & Sustainable Agriculture Enterprise Development

Presence in Northern Iraq Acquisitions (including foodstuffs, medical equipment, and pharmaceutics) awaiting shipment Registered transportation company on standby Planned: Humanitarian assistance (short and long-term) performance of multiple needs-based assessments, shipment and distribution of foodstuffs, medical equipment and pharmaceuticals, monitoring and evaluation of community impact, etc. Health & child survival (short and long-term) emergency health care, primary health care, preand neo-natal assistance and training, pediatric services, reproductive health, hygiene sanitation, trauma counseling, community based rehabilitation, health education and training, capacity building, health surveillance system, etc. Civil society community development, etc. Food security & sustainable agriculture school feeding programmes, nutrition education, food distribution, etc. Enterprise development Plan to provide an integrated mine clearance capacity in the South Iraq (initially clearing munitions dumps in schools, mosques, and other public places)

Kuwait

DCA (DanChurch Aid) Diakonia Emergency Aid Germany DRC (Danish Refugee Council)

Christina Svane Amman 079 5730003 Christina@go.com.jo Rainer Lang + 4917 15353908 rainer_lang@hotmail.com Peter Krogh Sorensen Amman 079 5847006 Satphone: +882 1654260540 sat2@drc.dk Michel Savel Amman 06 5666301 emdh@go.com.jo Distribution Camp managements Registration

In partnership with WFP, will conduct food distribution and registration in Diyala Governorate In partnership with IOM, camp management in Diyala Governorate (coordination, registration)

EMDH (Enfants du Monde Droits de lHomme)

Psychosocial support Food security

Present in Iraq since 1997, running programmes: rehabilitation and equipment of specialized institutes in Iraq; street children in Baghdad Gather together vulnerable children who became displaced during the war Food distribution and social care in the specialized institutes of Iraq and for IDPs

FHI (Food for Hungry International)

Shaun Walsh swalsh@fhi.net Peter Drejer Sundt Amman 077 856619 nexus@oz.net Kenneth Laura Amman 079 6961303 klaura@fhi.net Terry Laura tlaura@fhi.net

Food Security NFIs Reconstruction Agriculture Capacity Support & Development

Food & NFIs for past 4 years in Mosul, Kirkuk, Baghdad, and Basra through Jordanian partner Resume and expand food and NFI project: 20,000 families, monthly distributions, 6 months initially GIK Hygiene kits

FOCUS (Focus Humanitarian Assistance)

Behrooz Ross-Sheriff behrooz@ross-sheriff.net

Relief Food Health & Nutrition Disaster management

Support IOM and JRCS in assistance TCNs by providing supplementary food and nonfood assistance (bottled water, sesame halva, dried dates, milk for weaned children, fruit juice, child blankets, antiseptic wipes, antiseptic powder) to young children and vulnerable women at camp B and during their travel to Aqaba. If emergency persists, FOCUS is likely to change the composition of the assistance package FOCUS will establish a permanent registration with the Government and when the current TCN crisis is over, will continue to provide assistance to people at risk, focusing on protecting the health and development potential of young children and vulnerable women.

Foundation TOGETHER

Eva Marn Eva.marn@togetherfoundation.si

GAA (German Agro Action)

Simone Pott Rudiger Ehrler Amman 079 5572219 06 5664552 Tel/Fax Simone.pott@dwhh.de rudiger.ehrler@freenet.de Floris Faber Floris.faber@miseast.org

Food NFIs WatSan

Assessment missions to Iraq planned under FWP umbrella

20.000 food rations on stock (local purchase) warehouse in Amman, transport to refugee camps Support CESVI Deliver 1.300 MT food

Global Alliance (Tearfund, World Relief, Mission East GOAL

Paul Kelly Amman 077 457918 goal@go.com.jo Sungkuk Kim Amman 079 5856202 pray4me@chol.com Waleed Madanat Amman 079 5361882 almadanat@hotmail.com

Shelter Food

Established office in An Nassiriya Database to track projects in the sectors of watsan, health, and rehabilitation in the governorates of ThiQar and Al Muthanna

Camp management Food distribution

Kuwait

Good People World Family

Handicap International

Anne-Sophie Trujillo Amman 077 955307 06 4628513 himideast2@link.net.jo

Health care

Psychoso cial support Physical rehabilitation services Mine action

HI Emergency Kit (100 prosthesis prepositioned) 200 Walking Kit prepositioned 120 Rolling chair prepositioned Present in Baghdad Planned: Post surgical support and prosthesis Physiotherapy Basic home care Support the authorities in the definition of a development strategy for disability within the public health and social framework Technical support for accessibility of PWDs in reconstruction framework Mine action and awareness

Physical rehabilitation services, transportation of PWDs Psychosocial support to traumatized refugees/PWDs ID cards for PWDs and Extremely Vulnerable Individual giving right, in theory, op prioritized treatment, i.e. faster distribution of food, care provision, etc. Mine action and awareness

Handicap InternationalBelgium

Jean-Francois Michel +322 286 5056 jeanfrancois.michel@handicap. be

Health care

Psychoso cial support Physical rehabilitation services Mine action

Present in Northern Iraq since 1991 (1 centre in Sulaimaniyah, 1 in Hababja, and 2 outreach posts in Kalar and Penjwin) Support to disabled people and Mine Victim assistance, including IDPs Production of appliances (prosthesis, orthesis), walking-aid Physiotherapist support Psychosocial support Need assessment evaluation in a near future (Mine Victim assistance, mine action and awareness)

Heart of Mercy HelpAge International

Peter Omran peteromran@hotmail.com Bill Gray +44 20 7278 7778 bgray@helpage.org Bernard Mills Amman +447739332803 bernardmills@hotmail.com Dohuk, Sulaimaniyah chrisdohuk@yahoo.co.uk mandyray21@yahoo.co.uk Relief Development Active in North Iraq since 1995 (ongoing relief and development programme for vulnerable elderly people and dependants) Will extend to other parts of North Iraq on evidence of assessments Intend to open an office in Baghdad and implement work in centre and/or south

HRT (Hellenic Rescue Team)

Ivan Ferlez Amman 079 5816543 hrtjordan@yahoo.com ivanferlez@yahoo.com

Health Com.

Escort and distribute humanitarian aid, food and non-food items from Greece to IDP camps Provide technical staff to support telecommunications, logistics/operational/function capacity, general technical staff, and medical/nursing staff Plan to establish and operate a medical/nursing tent or/and a mobile clinic

Human Rights Watch

Peter Bouckaert Satphone Thuraya: +882 1652012358 bouckap@hrw.org www.hrw.org Bela Szilagyi +36 703184618 bela@hbaid.org

Hungarian Baptist Aid

Hungarian Interchurch Aid ICMC (International Catholic Migration Committee)

El Charbaji Erzsebet +36 306001505 acthiaig@westel900.net Clive Cavanagh Amman 06 4639032 c/o Caritas clivec@go.com.jo Development Health Works under umbrella of Caritas Jordan Runs project for Iraqi refuges in Jordan (primary health care, pharmaceutical supplies) Increase 3 fold the ongoing programmes if needed Psychosocial trauma programme Presence in Baghdad through a partner organisation Un Ponte Per Food distribution project in Basra (stand by now) Through partnership with Un Ponte Per and Terres des Homme: Shelter (tent camps) Food distribution Psychosocial support Health Works in Palestinian refugee camps under umbrella of the Department of Palestinian Affairs (shelter rehabilitation; development projects) Leban on

ICS (Italian Consortium of Solidarity)

Stefano Kovac Amman 079 6917191 amman@icsitalia.org

Relief Psychosocial support Management of collective centre IGP Food distribution Development Shelter

ICU (Instituto per la Cooperazione Universitaria)

Paul Gasparini Amman 079 5513068 icujord@go.com.jo

IDRB (International Development and Relief Board)

David Carpenter Amman 079 5615834 06 512253 dcarpenter@pobox.com

Food Health Water purification

Household size water purification for 1,000 families available Planned: Provide management services or a portion of the services needed Self-funded feeding operations Sanitation system development and management Health care (institutional and mobile) Womens and childrens care operations General relief and development projects

Kuwait Syria

IMC (International Medical Corps)

Edi Cosic Amman 077 964796 imcjordan@link.net.jo

Emergency medical response Nutrition Primary Health Care

Health: medical commodities pre-positioned in US

Established presence in Nassiriya Emergency health care and primary health care for under 5s and pregnant women: distribution of drugs, in Baghdad Planned: Surgical trauma response Psychosocial programme Primary Health Care Presence in Baghdad Food and NFIs: 4 years in Iraq (last distribution February 2003) Planned: Food and NFIs for 20,000 families in Baghdad, Kirkuk, Mosul, and Basra Representation in Iraq A longer term plan has been negotiated with Iraqi officials as well as local partners and the community to: assist in establishment of leukemia center in Baghdad serving the whole country; rehabilitation of 20 primary schools; rehabilitation of small and medium sized water treatment plants; launching an advocacy campaign to highlight the catastrophic consequences of the sanctions and a new war against Iraq Provide shelter, food, basic hygiene items, and secure access To water for up to 10,000 IDPs inside Iraq through the management of 2 camps Teams in South Iraq (Karbala, Nassiriya, Basra) and North Iraq (Erbil) Stocks and supplies in Jordan and Kuwait Planned: Rapid assessments WatSan Health Child Protection Protection Education Shelter & Rehabilitation Post-conflict

Collaboration with Civil Defense Directory of Jordan might do capacity building and joint EMS programme

INTACT (Jordanian NGO, and cooperates with WC, FHI, Venture Intl) IR (Islamic Relief)

Isam Odeh Hijazeen Amman 06 465 7592 mbm@nets.com.jo

Food security NFIs Health Education

Khaled Khalifa Amman 079 5953410 khaledk@ie-eg.com khaledk@internetegypt.com Moustafa Osman Moustafa.osman@islamicrelief.org.uk Aisha Khalifa Annemieke29@hotmail.com

IDPs Health Food security Relief Orphans

IRC (International Rescue Committee)

Zaki Khoury Amman 079 5685842 06 5627053 zakik@theIRC.org

Environment health (WatSan) Primary Health Care Child Protection Education Shelter & Rehabilitation Camp Management

Kuwait Turkey

IRD (International Relief and Development)

Natalija Djurickovic Amman 079 6949868 natozlato@yahoo.com

ISRA (Islamic Relief Agency)

Khalid Abu Samra Amman 06 5683371/5 Khalid Ahmad Al-Sudanee Baghdad isra.me@index.com.jo

Food security Shelter Education WatSan Health Human Development Medical Advancement

Working in Iraq (south, central and north) since 1991 Distribution of tents, blankets/comforters, relief buckets, health kits and food to poor families in Baghdad and other parts of Iraq Distribution of medicine to childrens hospitals Rehabilitated 45 schools and 8 hospitals throughout Iraq (2000-02) Put 4 water chlorinators to different hospitals in Iraq Dug 50 water wells in Diyalla, Baghdad, Mosul and Basra Distributed 60 containers of medicine and medical supplies to different hospitals (1995-2003) Distributed 100 containers of foodstaff benefiting 5,000,000 poor Iraqis (1991-2003) Distributed 25 containers of school kits benefiting 500,000 students (1995-2002) Distributed meet to 2,000,000 beneficiaries (19912003) Planned: Continue food distribution to poor families, orphans, IDPs, refugees, and to hospitals Continue NFI distribution to poor families, orphans, students, IDPs and refugees Rehabilitate and reconstruct 40 schools, as well as hospitals Distribute medicine and medical supplies to hospitals and clinics Construct water reservoirs Assess needs of orphans, handicapped, elderly, widows, wounded and handicapped heads of household Continue the Animal Protecin project at Al-Rashad psychiatric hospital Continue the Tomato Planting project for farmers throughout Iraq Continue the distribution of lentils, beans, and chickpeas to poor families Continue the distribution of school kits

ISS (International Support Services)

Tom Spensley 077 250048 Satphone: +881 631517552 isskosovo@aol.com

Risk management / security services

Japan Platform

Yushiyuki Yahamoto Amman 079 5726660 japanplatform@yahoo.com

Health Camp management IT (registration technology) Development Health Education Agricultur

Present in North Iraq Assessments in Baghdad Will work in the west and south of Iraq

Assistance to refugees and TCNs

JBS (Jordan Baptist Society)

Charles Browning Amman 079 5564418 ctb@go.com.jo rock@pobox.com Richard Harman Amman 079 6921385 rwdharman@hotmail.com www.jnepi.org.jo. Adrian McIntyre Amman 079 5607737 077 362246 06 5657411 mcintyre@sscl.berkeley.edu Rachel Dungar 079 5607734 info@jnepi.org.jo Fida Hinnawi 079 5653743 fhinnawi@jnepi.org.jo

Branch office in Iraq

e WatSan Development Informatio n management

Shelter & NFIs (tents, blankets, clothing for children) Food WatSan Support TCNs Information management Training / workshops

JNEPI (Joint NGOs Emergency Preparedness Initiative)

JOHUD (The Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development)

Taghreed Abu Hamdan Amman 077 468627 06 5825241 taghreed@nic.net.jo Winkie Williamson Amman 06 4646740 winkiw@nets.com.jo

Social development Community mobilization Transportation Health Education Capacity building Childcare Women empowerment Youth work

50 Community Development Centres JOHUD work closely with local community especially in disadvantaged areas in Jordan

KESSA DIMITRA Greece Korean Dentists Association for a Healthy Society LIFE for Relief & Development

Afroditi Thravalou 079 5428455 skyros12@hotmail.com Sungttoon Chung shchung@mail.skhu.ac.kr

Plan to assist sanitation in Baghdad

Mohammed Al-Azawi +96515553817 Ghanim Al-Jumaily +12484247493 life-ceo@lifeusa.org Vicki Robb Amman 079 5806975 vickirobb@aol.com Yarub Al-Shiraida Baghdad yarub@telusplanet.net

Food security Shelter Education WatSan Health Human Development Micro-finance Psycho-social support

Working in Iraq (south, centre and north) since 1996 Rehabilitated 24 schools throughout Iraq (20002003) Rehabilitated 4 water treatment facilities in Abul Kaseeb valley and 4 in central Iraq Distribution of blankets, jerrycans and clean drinking water to 40,000 families in Basra, Mosul, Baghdad, and other areas First-aid kits to IRCS and medical supplies to the LIFE clinic in Basra and other hospitals throughout Iraq Running LIFE clinic in Basra Running two human development centres in Baghdad and Erbil Planned: Continue food and non-food distribution to IDPs and refugees Rehabilitate and reconstruct 32 schools Increase direct healthcare provided in LIFE clinic in Basra Distribute medical supplies to hospitals and clinics throughout Iraq Rehabilitate 10 water treatment facilities throughout Iraq Assess needs of orphans and widows, as well as wounded and handicapped heads of household Continue to enhance LIFE micro-finance programme Planned assistance to IDPs in southern, central and northern Iraq

Syria

LWF / DWS (Lutheran World Federation / Department for World Service - Member of the ACT Alliance)

Rudolf Hinz Amman 077 472025 Rudolf_H@netvision.net.il

IDP and refugee camp management Food Shelter and NFIs

MAG (Mine Advisory Group)

Aneeza Pasha Amman +44 7747 625274 aneezap@yahoo.co.uk

Mine awareness Demining

Work in North Iraq since 1992 (demining, mine risk education) Mine risk education training sessions for NGOs, Red Crescent Societies, displaced people Mine clearance surveys in North Iraq Humanitarian shipment sent to Mosul (canned meet, blankets) and distributed by partner, MECC Relief kits and beddings distributed from a warehouse in Baghdad

MCC (Mennonite Central Committee)

Menno Weibe 463 2095 jmcc@mennonitecc.ca Steve Weaver Amman 077 228313 sweaver@mcc.org

Relief

MDM-Greece (Medecins du Monde)

Daad Shuwayhat Amman 079 5695987 06 4622842 mdmgrecejo@ accessme.com.jo

Health Food NFIs

An assessment has been done in January in Baghdad by one of MDM medical team Support in terms of medicines and medical equipment in Baghdad - Humanitarian cargo (medical supplies, food and non-food items) sent from Amman to Baghdad for 12 hospitals PHC in Baghdad (Al Sadr City, ex-Saddam) Health Present in Baghdad, running the current programme and assessing the possibility to submit a new proposal for ECHO 2003 global plan Possible interventions: either PHC or reproductive health either in Mosul or Basra Shelter, food and non-food items, BP-5 are stockpiled at Zarka Free Zone in Jordan Food and non-food items stockpiled at 44 church and mosque compounds in Baghdad, Mosul, Kirkuk and Basra Water wells and pumps installed at 50 church, mosque and school locations in Baghdad, and water tanks distributed to other centers in Mosul, Kirkuk and Basra Emergency and cancer medicines in the pipeline Food, blankets, heaters (through churches and mosques) Will respond to emergency medicines and medical equipment needs Planned medical screening of refugees

Iran Syria Leban on West Bank OPT

MDM International

Elodie Cantier Amman 079 5472356 mdminternational2003@ yahoo.fr Edmond Adam Amman 079 5535848 06 4626753/4 mecc@go.com.jo Wafa Goussous Amman 079 5340065 wafa_mecc@go.com.jo

MECC (Middle East Council of Churches ACT member)

Shelter Food WatSan (see NCA) Health

464 winterised tents (24m3) x 5 persons with kitchen sets, beddings and heaters, 1,880 warm blankets. Zarqa fr0m week 9 Food for 12 weeks for 2,500 persons Medicine through partners when required

Syria Iran Lebanon OPT

MEDAIR

Leendert van Hijum +88 216511 02989 Klaas Huis Amman 079 6944962 Jordan@medair.org

Multi-sector with focus on health

Operational presence in Northern Iraq through ACORN Assessments conducted in Kirkuk area; intend to assist 2-3 hospitals in the area

Syria

MEDS (Middle East Development Services)

Iskander Russell iskander@swissmail.org Nibar Saeed +88 216677503313

Rehabilitation for disabled children Literacy Income generation Food/NFI WatSan Economic Development Civil Society Development

Operational in North Iraq since 1993 Bring in Egyptian surgical team for Baghdad

Mercy Corps

Richard Boni- Jordan Amman 077 928317 richboni_RCCDP@jrf.org.jo Peter Sweetnam Kirkuk +882 162 115 9006 peter_sweetnam@ yahoo.com

Work with local officials in Kirkuk to assist in restoring watsan services Governate focal point for WFP and IOM in Wasit and Qadasiyah Operating mobile medical clinics and mobile Watsan teams in four governates in Northern Iraq Watsan support for urban and rural areas Emergency shelter for IDPs Setting up operations in Al Qurnah, Al Kut, Al Amarah

Development project with The Jordan River Foundation

Kuwait Iran Turkey Lebanon

Mercy Malaysia (The Malaysian Medical Relief Society)

Anita Ahmad Amman 079 6943448 anitaahmad@yahoo.com

Health (emergency medical treatment and surgery, outpatient and mobile clinic services, counseling and psychotherapy)

MERLIN

Fouad Hikmat Amman 077443854 merlin@go.com.jo

Health & nutrition

Provide emergency health support and rapid health assessments in Baghdad Cont. plan for operations in Centre of Iraq (Baghdad and Ar Ramadi) and North Iraq (Arbil and Suleymania): Mobile healthcare Medical support in IDP settings EPI Mother and child care WatSan for medical facilities Nutrition centres Strengthen Ministry of Health for emergency response Planned in North (Arbil and Suleymania) and Centre (Baghdad and Ar Ramadi): P&SHC and health education Nutrition centres according to needs Strengthen ministry of health based on need assessment - training, medical supplies and support in health activities. Provide NFIs (hygiene kits and kitchen kits) to IDPs wherever they are in need (camps, public infrastructures or in host families) Emergency electrical equipment provision Any other support if needed Will conduct assessments; plans: work in rural areas around Baghdada, and in the governorates of Diyala, Babil, al Anbar (assist with infrastructure of health facilities, and provision of drugs) Presence in Baghdad MSF- B/F humanitarian cargos (medical supplies, mainly surgical supplies) for Baghdad hospitals sent from Amman Operational in Jordan since 1997under umbrella of a local partner (development projects, housing rehabilitation for Palestinians camps, drug distribution, nutrition courses for women and food distribution, health courses for women) Leban on OPT

MPDL (Movimiento por la Paz, el Desarme y la Libertad)

Thais Mendez de Andes Aldama Amman 079 5783342 06 4619493 mpdl@go.com.jo

Various, depending on needs

MSF-Belgium (Medecins sans Frontieres)

Jean-Christophe Dolle Amman 079 5425730 msfb-amman@msf.be Dalita Cetinoglu 079 5425730

Health

WatSan

MSF-France

Marie-Helene Jouve Amman 079 5580568 msff-amman@paris.msf.org

Health WatSan

Presence in Baghdad MSF-B/F humanitarian cargos (medical supplies, mainly surgical supplies) for Baghdad hospitals sent from Amman

MSF-Holland

Timothy Pitt Amman 079 5517949 06 5688528 msfh-amman@ amsterdam.msf.org

Primary health care PS (Mental health) Secondary health (if needed) Nutrition WatSan

Capacity to respond to emergencies bringing material and human resources in 48 hours Work in Central South part of Iraq Primary and secondary health care; health screening, outpatient consultation, inpatient activities in field hospital when needed, nutrition (feeding centers), hygiene, health education, vaccination, mental health Medical (surgical material, kits for dressing and burns, dispensary kit, field hospital) WatSan: water distribution, treatment, trucking, water tanks, etc. Deploy doctors, nurses, other medical professionals, logistics experts, watsan personnel, engineers, and administrators

Primary health care in the camp in Jordan

Kuwai t

Iran (MSFFrance) Syria (MSFSwiss)

Nazarene Compassiona te Ministries NCA (Norwegian Church Aid)

Rod Green 079 5132418 regreen@netvision.net.il Frode Gjon Amman 079 6883873 nca.Jordan@go.com.jo Olaf Stabell Amman 077 945221 Kjell Moen Amman 079 6883893 WatSan Psychosocial intervention Water equipment including water purification units for 20,000 persons 2 water purification units w/tanks and pumps etc. in Baghdad; 3 water purification units w/tanks and pumps etc. in Amman Commodities in Oslo: emergency rations BP5 40MT, 2 Rubbhalls 10x24m Plans to work in cooperation with UNICEG in Southern Iraq, and works presently with MECC in various parts of Iraq In cooperation with UNICEF, 1 water purification unit, w/tanks, etc. has been shipped to Kuwait for onward transportation to either Um Qaser or Basra Partner of IOM for IDPs as Governorate Focal Point in the governorates At Tamim and Babil Works in cooperation with MECC Planning Sanitation/solid waste in camp A with UNHCR Possible similar engagement including water in camp B Syria

NRC (Norwegian Refugee Council)

Marie Ange Lallier 079 6708681 marieangelallier@ yahoo.com Camilla Bentzen 079 6708681 camillabentzn@hotmail. com Ronny Huseby Amman 079 6708681 ronny@huseby.au.com

Oasis of Love

Esther Chung Sungho Hahn Amman 079 5858892 helpiraq@empal.com Joshua Yoon Amman 077 818464 josua189@hotmail.com

Operation Mercy

Joseph Widmer Amman 079 6624949 06 4887337 Jordan@swissmail.org

Psychosocial support Health Education

Most likely geographical area for operation: Southern Iraq with focus on small towns in Qadisiyah, Thi-Qar and Basrah Health: Training and support of Iraq doctors and medical staff, bring in short term medical teams Primary health care, rehabilitation of clinics Supply and distribution of medicines to district hospitals and PHCs, largely focusing on small towns and rural araes Nutrition: Evaluate nutrition needs and bring in medical personnel and provide supplementary food items Psychosocial programme in camps Education Distribution of school supplies Rehabilitation of schools One plane load of watsan equipment shipped to Kuwait Coordinated water and sanitation response Public Health teams on stand by in the UK Food & Nutrition monitoring and training capacity PCA with UNICEF Bases been set up in Basra and Nassiriyah Focus of activities on supplying hospitals and health centres with essential equipment, helping to rehabilitate watsan systems Plan to send assessment team into Central Iraq in mid-May

Has community development projects in rural areas in Jordan Planned: Psychosocial programme for 20,000 refugees (for the programme 10 community tents are to be erected) Sanitation NFIs (winter clothes and blankets) Food

OXFAM

Nigel Young Amman 077 921712 06 5516878 / 06 5513858 / 06 5513665 nyoung@oxfam.org.uk Simon Springett Amman 077 981275 sspringett@oxfam.org.uk

WatSan Public Health Food & Nutrition

Water (sub-agreement with UNHCR on camp water) and Public Health Coordination

Syria: PCA for WES technical advice to UNICEF Iran: PCA with UNICEF Turkey: Subagreement with UNHCR

Peace Winds Japan

Miho Kishitani Satphone: +882 1651100766 Suleymaniyah +873 762736016 Erbil +873 761285630 Dahuk +873 762202940 kisitani@ma.kcom.ne.jp Marek Stys Simon Panek Amman 079 5490863 Satphone:+871 763042660 pinfiraq@yahoo.com

Health Social Care Construction

Operating in North Iraq since 1996: health care, social care, construction for IDPs Offices in Suleymaniyah, Erbil, Dohuk, Penjuan (8 int. staff and 130 nat. staff) Health mobile teams (with MC) Support to hospitals and orphanages Assessments in North Iraq Medical and other activities in Baghdad hospitals

Open offices in Kirkuk and Baghdad Rehabilitation of villages in AlSahr el Islan area

Iran

PINF (People In Need Foundation)

Health Education Reconstruction

Assessments in Baghdad, and then in Basra Focus of assessments and activities in the South Iraq - Missan, Thi-Qar, and Muthanna Governorates Planned: Health Education Reconstruction of infrastructure General development of affected areas and IDP issues, most probably focusing on the southern provinces Present in Iraq since 1997 (rehabilitation of hospitals and TB centers, Transfusion Centre, distribution in hospitals, trainings in hygiene/cleaning and technical maintenance mainly in Centre and South) Office in Baghdad; has 60 national staff in Iraq Food and non-food items distribution Rehabilitation Support hospitals in Baghdad 122 cleaning kits delivered to Baghdad hospitals and garbage collection completed In Basra, surgical kits for 8,000 patients for 3 months delivered 1 MT purification equipment delivered in Basra The oxygen cylinder factory reopened in Basra Wheelchair distribution started in Basra Leban on OPT

Premiere Urgence

Andrea Bodea Amman 079 6693473 06 5601796 Fax: 06 5601796 puamman@nets.com.jo www.premiere-urgence.org Philippe Schneider Baghdad Satphone Iridium: +881 631453896 / +881 631453998 Satphone Thuraya: +882 1663225455 Pu-baghdad@eikmail.com

Rehabilitation Shelter Distribution

QANDIL

Marinka Baumann Marinka63@yahoo.com

Health Watsan Resettlement Rehabilitat ion of infrastructure

Operational in Northern Iraq since the end of 1991 12 mobile health team: Primary health care in IDP settlements Decontaminations of minor and mildly contaminated First aid WatSan in IDP settlements Mobile watsan teams Camp management Distribution Planned: Rehabilitation of infrastructure Resettlement Various health activities

Refugees international

Shannon Meehan Amman 077 914722 shanprivate@yahoo.com Christian Gadbois Amman 079 6941197 sfdeltadoc@aol.com Peter Medway pmedway@ri.org Zohre Elahian +650 486 2432 zohre@ri.org

Advocacy

RI (Relief International)

Health Camp management Sanitation Rehabilitation

2 mobile clinics in Amman (pediatric/ women health) Planned: In partnership with Qandil and Counterpart Int, humanitarian and reconstruction programmes in Northern and South / Central Iraq as soon as security permits (relief assistance with community level quick impact cash for work projects) Together with donor organisations to: Distribute relief materials Improve water and sanitation access Assist in supplying drugs and medical supplies to existing health institutions Conduct humanitarian rapid assessments Prepare a longer term reconstruction / development programme based on needs assessments and interaction with communities

Meal packages for TCN camp

Iran

RescueNet International

Mark Cockburn Amman 06 4731071 rescuenetsyd@arms.org.au

Emergency medical care Refugee reception Disaster child care Search and rescue Mine/UXO awareness Emergency evacuation protocol Education in Emergencies Food security Psychosocial / trauma support Youth development Health education

Planned emergency medical care

SCF (Save the Children- US, UK)

Rajan Gill Amman 079 5522923 rgill@savechildren.org Rob MacGillivray Amman 079 5443456 r.macgillvray@scfuk.org.uk Gareth Owen g.owen@scfuk.org.uk Tammie Willcuts 001-540-429-1110 twillcuts@ dc.savechildren.org jord.scuk.coord@ savechildren.org.jo

Office in North Iraq Cooking fuel distribution in Umm Qasr Planned cross border operation into Iraq from Kuwait, Jordan, Turkey Food WatSan Shelter & NFI Emergency Education Psychosocial support Protection and registration Camp management Health

Operational with ongoing projects in Jordan

Kuwai t Turke y

Small Kindness

Emad Q.S. Qasim 077 277280 koffsova@yahoo.com www.smallkindness.org

Solidarites

Gavin White Baghdad +88 216 50260520 (tel) +1 775 3079298 (fax) iraq@solidarites.org Patrice Chataigner Erbil 88 216 50601570 solevaluation@yahoo.fr Cedric Petit Qadisiyah evaluation team +88 216 50260495 +88 216 260498 Guillaume Woehling +33 (0) 1 43151313 (tel) +33 (0) 1 43150809 gwoehling@solidarites.org

Food ion

Non-food Rehabilitat

One team based in Erbil working on food and non-food distribution for displaced populations along the former Iraq-Kurdistan border Two teams are evaluating needs in school and hospital rehabilitation in the Mosul-Kirkuk area and in Qadisiyah Governorate (focus is on small towns and rural areas with unmet needs in infrastructure rehabilitation, water quality and assistance to vulnerable groups)

SPIR (Samaritanns Purse International Relief)

Mark Eller + 1 828 7199189 meller@samaritan.org Don Norrington Amman 077 982035 dnorrington@samaritan.org

Water Health Shelter & NFI

Worked 12 years in Iraq through national partners Materials are being prepositioned and warehoused in Amman Water: Capacity to provide emergency water distribution vial tankers to over 20,000 people in remote areas Engineers to plan on water system repair and revitalization as access is gained and needs are assessed Health: Capacity to respond to the supply and drug needs for general health of 100,000 people for 3 months Doctors and medical staff can be mobilized if needed NFIs & hygiene kits: Capacity to distribute IDP kits to a minimum of 5,000 families Shelter: Capacity to provide temporary shelter materials (plastic sheeting) to a minimum of 7,500 families

Tearfund

Jon Kennedy Amman 079 5482211 drtiran@tearfund.org Tim Purver 079 5345034 drtiranpsm@tearfund.org Jeremy Taylor 079 6624874 drtiranlogs@tearfund.org

Nutrition Watsan (particularly sanitation) Com. Health Education Shelter Reconstruction

Operational Team on standby for programming in Iraq Start up funding available and potential for appeal to Tearfund supporters Planned: Targeted feeding in institutions or at IDP camps Assessment support (personnel) to other agencies

Support and capacity building of Tearfund local partner (JECRAD), providing all the food for camp B

Iran

Terre Des Hommes Italy TSF (Telecoms Sans Frontieres)

Bruno Neri Bruno.neri1@tin.it

Shelter & NFIs Health

Operational in Baghdad together with Un Ponte Per Medical supplies provided for Baghdad Plans: temporary shelter for IDPs and NFIs Telecommunication centre set up in Baghdad Internet centre opened in Baghdad for NGOs (HF and VHF radio assistance, phone, fax, internet, and video conference facilities) Mobile teams comprised of TSF technicians and Red Crescent volunteers setting up temporary telecom centres outside Baghdad (teams will then be deployed in 15 governorates)

Jean-Francois Cazenave Amman 077 277375 contact@tsfi.org Stephane Latxague Baghdad +870 760028052 tsfi6@inmarsat. Francetelecom.fr

Un Ponte Per

Health Water Rehabilitation

Operational in Iraq (Baghdad and Basra) since 1993: water, school rehabilitation, dispensary health, primary health care centre Water purification units for Basra, Baghdad medical centres Supplies to dispensary for children in Basrah Capacity of feeding 50,000 people a day (75,000 if operating 24 hrs) Planned: Set up bakery in the region with the focus on Iraq Provide technical expertise to existing bakeries if required Kuwait

War Child

Bev Gadsdon bev@warchild.org.uk goal@go.com.jo

Food: Bakery

World Concern

Kelly Miller kellym@worldconcern.org Peter Drejer Sundt Amman 077 856619 nexus@oz.net

Food security NFIs Capacity Support and Development

Food & NFIs for past 4 years in Mosul, Kirkuk, Baghdad, and Basra through Jordanian partner Resume and expand food and NFI project: 20,000 families, monthly distributions, 6 months initially GIK Hygiene kits Assisting Jordanian Committee for Relief and Development (JECRAD) with feeding at TCN camp Secondment of personnel to camp site to serve as liaison between JECRaD and JRCS, IOM, WFP, donors, and media Assistance in Amman with additional planning efforts Assistance JECRaD with organisational development and additional planning efforts potentially involving Iraq Pharmaceuticals, medical equipment, hygine kits, blankets, water containers and other NFIs already in Amman or about to arrive IDP focal point in Niniveh governorate Track together with WFP displaced people in Niniveh gov. and place them into a food distribution programme Restored the electricity supply in Al Rutba (west Iraq) Planned: Food distribution together with WFP Transport 20 t. goods including medical supplies from Jordan and Syria to Niniveh gov. Child protection Distribution of non-food items (clothing, blankets, collapsible water containers, etc) Emergency health assistance Rehabilitation of schools, community facilities, etc 3-month programme in Al Rutba: rehabilitation of temporary hospital, provide essential drugs and oxygen 3-month mines/UXOs awareness programme in Al Rutba for children and adults Together with Caritas Jordan in partnership with JRCS made contribution towards the TCN camp, which include: Transportation (loan of 2 trucks 10 t. capacity; donation to JRCS of one 4 wheel drive) Approx. 2,000 blankets Approx. 2,000 water containers Approx. 800 units of plastic sheeting Donation to JRCS of one laptop and printer 1container of clothing (new) to men, women, children Assist about 12,000 people Assessing the possibilities of assisting TCNs feeding programme designed by JECARD

World Relief

Brandon Pustejovsky Amman 079 6996113 brandonp@wr.org

Disaster Response

WV (World Vision)

Ton Van Zutphen Amman 079 6807251 06 4612728 ton_van_zutphen@wvi.org Isabel Gomes Amman 079 5671801 Isabel_gomes@wvi.org

Emergency health response Distribution of relief items Food distribution Child protection