Cash for work program for vulnerable people in Diyala and Salah al-Din governorates

November 2, 2017

Cash for Work (CFW) program is aim to providing short-term employment to most vulnerable people in Iraq, Diyala and Salah al-Din governorates, a severely affected district where attacked from ISIS since 2014.

REACH partnership with Oxfam GB funding by BMZ runs Livelihood program under BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS FOR INTEGRATED RECOVERY, to rehabilitate Infrastructures in districts and villages of governorates with unskilled labor criteria.

Improvement of Infrastructure or Community Projects aim is to improve infrastructure or conduct community projects, CfW should phase out after the activities are completed to set targets. If infrastructure needs remain or there is a desire to conduct additional community projects for civil society building purposes, CfW should be phased into more traditional community infrastructure projects using mobilization methods. This may include community cash grants.

Duration of rehabilitate Infrastructures is 10 days of actual working per day 5 hours for each unskilled labor with payment of 20$ per day in total 200$, the payments will Improves economic and physical condition of these unskilled labor also provide opportunities for them to participate in the development of the infrastructures of the area in addition to that strengthen social cohesion among returnees, IDPs and Host community due working time.

Cash For work project was been one of the most important successes in different area in terms of people mixing with each other and working within one scope and gender equality in community.

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