IHCHR provides relief for low-income families during curfew
Graphic: A Commission staff member prepares food parcels
The Commission has distributed food baskets to more than 75 families in the western districts of Baghdad,
As part of their efforts to respond to COVD-19, the Iraqi High Commission for Human Rights is supporting vulnerable and low-income families in a number of Baghdad neighbourhoods during the quarantine period.
The IHCHR Monitoring Department has distributed food baskets to more than 75 families in the western districts of Baghdad, as well as meals for members of security forces at a number of checkpoints in central Baghdad.
The IHCHR said the gesture was to recognise their efforts in providing security and implementing preventive measures during the COVID-19 quarantine.
Graphic: Unloading a truck with cleaning products
In addition, the IHCHR's monitoring team joined with the Peace and Freedom Organization to carry out cleaning and sterilising at the Al-Ahal camp in Abu Ghraib district, west of Baghdad, home to 90 families who are currently internally displaced.
Date: 17 April 2020
- A Commission staff member prepares food parcels - IHCHR
- Unloading a truck with cleaning products - IHCHR