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Originally there were three orphanages, but due to looting and damage from the fighting, only one can be utilized after some cleaning and replacement of equipment. War Child have assisted this home in becoming operational, and the children who were taken into the staff homes during the fighting and looting started to return on Saturday 19th.
Supplies were sourced locally and this home will house all the children until the others have been repaired. Requests were received from people as to when the facility would be in a position to take more children they had found or come across for one reason or another.
This was the only facility in Iraq apart from one in Baghdad, which provided for abandoned or unwanted infants and were referred to by hospitals and local authorities. War Child will pay all staff support and other support costs for the next three months while Dept of Labour and social Affairs is re-established and can take up this responsibility once more. Travelling around the city, sewage and surface water is evident everywhere.
Vermin control needs to be introduced soon as flies are everywhere. Power supplies are expected to be back on line in the coming days. Water, although not a severe problem, will need to be brought back on line as more and more people are digging up the streets and tapping into the water line by shooting bullets into the pipe. The cross contamination caused by this appears to be responsible for the severe diahorreal virus which is affecting the population.
Schools reopen on Sunday. Students and teachers have been cleaning up many of the city schools in preparation for reopening. Reports indicate that most have been looted or damaged in the fighting and War Child will undertake an assessment to determine what interventions can be undertaken. Food needs do not appear to be critical at this time as the OFF Oil For Food warehouse was not looted as it was protected by the staff who provided armed protection and risked their lives during the worst of the looting.