The consequences of war and political instability are clearly evident in the form of internally displaced Iraqis, whom in fear of their lives, fled to safer areas in Iraq. These refugees usually lack the basic life necessities, due to poverty and unemployment.
The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is a humanitarian organization that supports this segment of the community in many governorates of Iraq. Recently, Dajani Consulting was involved in a mission to Dahouk governorate in Northern Iraq, to assess the vocational training needs of the internally displaced and war refugees, for the purpose of assessing then recommending technical and occupational training programs and resources that could be implemented to rehabilitate this segment, and provide them with demanded skills in the labor market.
Furthermore, a trainer from Dajani Consulting delivered a training workshop for income-generating officers of DRC in Dahouk. on the training focused on selecting, evaluating, and studying the feasibility of micro enterprises and small projects for qualified beneficiaries or those who have received vocational training, in order to establish their own projects assisted by grants from DRC