Due to large IDPs influx that took place in the villages of Idlib governorate, Muzun Organization which is working and active in the SNFI ,CCCM and WASH sectors, partnership with the Social Development International (SDI) , undertook a project to build a camp in the Tlul village in Salqine sub
Because we are part of the humanitarian response and we always strive to support humanitarian work, we work within the warehouse project, to store non-food items, clothes, tents, personal protection equipment from COVID -19 and emergency supplies, within a series of our warehouses in the governorates of Idlib and Aleppo,
Based on the importance of raising awareness and applying the principles of protection, Muzun organization has been working since April in both Idlib and Aleppo and within its project on protection from sexual exploitation and abuse to hold training for camp managers, local councils, team leaders, project managers . And
For three days, Muzun Organization completed the first phase of camp management training in the Salqin cluster / Taloul camp. The training included 20 participants. The training was followed by the holding of the initial Camp Management Committee elections. This training was carried out in partnership with the Social Development
As part of the response project to the spread of the Corona virus in northwestern Syria. This week, Muzn organization team finished delivering the humanitarian teams operating in Syria – affiliated with 35 organizations – personal protective equipment, taking into account the World Health Organization’s instructions for virus prevention.
Within the activities of the protection project, Muzun’s team distributed more dignity kits to females in northwestern Syria camps , due to the urgent need for personal care and sterilization materials, especially in light of the spread of COVID 19.
In light of the global spread of the Corona epidemic and after the emergence of many cases in northwestern Syria. A quick response was needed to help the humanitarian teams and provide them with personal protection equipment (masks – gloves – protection suits – face shield – goggles ). Muzun
Based on the recent situation of displacement to Jarablus, Muzun assessed the rapid needs in 13 communities in Jarablus sub-district to determine the areas which reached by the largest number of IDPs affected by the ongoing conflict in northwestern Syria.NFI distribution targeted the new displacements in seven areas which reached
The project was implemented in Aleppo / Jarablus subdistrict. Plastic sheets distribution targeted the displacements who settled in Al-Jabeel 4 and Al-Jabeel 5 camps in Jarablus sub-district. Each of household has been provided with 2 plastic sheets (4m*6 m) to become the total of distributed plastic sheet is 2496 plastic