The urgent financial aid through distribution cash is offered to the families that are directly affected by the terrorist attacks and to families of martyrs. The committee defines a specific account to help those families throughout the year, in addition to the aid paid for the liberation of the abducted individuals, particularly girls and children
Food and nonfood parcels such as :Food parcels – baby hygiene kits - basic household items for displaced families
blankets, heaters, sanitary products and other daily necessities
In 2014, EPDC distributed 50000 quotas for the families that are in need
providing Cash money aids to families who are classified below poverty line
Helping the displaced families with cash for temporary rent subsidies.
In 2014, EPDC helped more than 1000 families within this project
The urgent financial aid through distribution cash is offered to the families that are directly affected by the terrorist
attacks and to families of martyrs. The committee defines a specific account to help those families throughout the year,
in addition to the aid paid for the liberation of the abducted individuals, particularly girls and children
This project aims to create job opportunities for IDPs, collection and deportation of waste inside and around the shelters, and Deployment of volunteering culture in the local community
The Project Objectives are to create job opportunities for IDPs, train IDPs in several career such as Crochet, Candles, and Quilts crafts in order to enable them to make their own career, and contribute to easing the burden of living for IDPs
Vocational training is addressing a different target groups:
- Vocational training for women: the committee organizes special courses in sewing
and crochet and various household skills especially for mother in order to help them earn money.
- Special courses for youth and fresh graduates: build their skills to enable them to
start a career such as hairdressing and cosmetics, maintenance of computers,
electronics and household electrical appliances.
- Special courses for youth: the committee is interested in investing in the youth by
helping them to develop their skills in the field of computer, languages and administrative work.
Remedial education courses in the various stages of middle and high school, the committee is keen to help students finish their studies, which may be affected by the security situations and military operations
Assistance to people with special needs (such as private associations like Faith and Light, ship, love)
Direct cache assistant for orphans with regular visites Special aids to children in the orphanage
- EPDC focusing mostly on the psychological support for children as they are the most
affected by the repercussions of the crisis, the committee also organizes several
activities to train volunteers to do their part and provide psychosocial support to childre
In 2014, EPDC has participated and organize many courses such as
- Summer peace building institute (SPI)
- International work and study camp
- Capacity building
- Let us grow up together
- Trauma sensitive
- PT theater
We provide medical services through a network of doctors and covers the expenses of surgeries, X-rays and medicine.
More than 6000 persons were helped by EPDC during 2014 in this program.