Islamic Relief Sweden 2014- 2016 - Islamic Relief 2014

Activity identifier

Save life, alleviate suffering and maintain human dignity


General question: Results related to the intended outcome 2017Question: Summarise results related to the intended outcome (this information will be sent to Open Aid)Answer: The planned outcome of the intervention is to contribute to alleviating humanitarian needs for the target vulnerable communities in Yemen, Iraq, Syria, Pakistan, Palestine (Gaza) Niger, Mali and Chad. NOTE: The results 2015 refer to the activity period of the first year of the agreement; June 2014 - May 2015, reults 2016 refer to the period June 2015 - May 2016 and results 2017 refer to the period June 2016 - May 2017. During the third year of the strategic partnenership with Sida IslamicRelief received support for humanitarian projects in the eight abovementioned counties and also funds for rapid response to sudden onset humanitarian crises or considerable deterioration of an ongoing protracted crisis. Among the results the following can be highlighted; Syria: Islamic Relief contributed to alleviate the suffering of the affected population through provision of emergency, trauma and primary health care. 131 health facilities supported consisting of 13 dialysis centres, 78 primary Helath centres, 10 blood banks and 30 laboratories were supported with medical supplies. 329,477 individuals got free of charge health services. The project also played a vital role in restoring, recovering and afterwards maintaining the highly damaged health system in northern Syria. Due to the constant changing security and accessibility in the targeted areas, around 31% of the planned target health facilities could not be reached and Islamic relief was forced to revise the project plans accordingly and to reallocate the resources to accessible health facilities in the target areas. Yemen; To reduce vulnerability and food insecurity in Hodeida and Lajh governorates in Yemen Islamic Relief distributed 4 650 food baskets to 2 250 vulnerable families covering 70 % of their needs for food during nine months according to sphere standards. To improve access to clean water three non-functioning water sources were rehabilitated providing water for 1 800 households. Ten water tanks were installed and 1 914 households benefitted from water trucking. Hygiene promotion sessions were conducted and 200 hygiene kits were distributed Iraq: Through the project In Iraq 4,930 food packages and 3,800 hygiene kits were distributed to internally displaced people and returnee families in Baghdad and Anbar governorates. The project reached in total 3,830 IDP families and 1,100 returnee families. The total number of beneficiaries was 27,140 individuals including 12,104 children, of the total number of beneficiaries 13,305 were women or girls and 13,835 were men or boys. Thanks to a favourable procurement and tendering process also made it possible to support of 1,100 returnee families in Fallujah City with food parcels and hygiene kits. Islamic Relief Iraq was the first humanitarian organization who provided assistance to returnee families in three districts in Fallujah City after the liberation from the so-called IS. Pakistan; In Pakistan the project reduced health risks induced by water scarcity of drought hit population of Chagai district of Balochistan supplying 7 943 people with safe water through small scale solar water pumps and expansion of the water distribution net. Five sanitation facilities were constructed and drinking water installed in public spaces, markets and schools. Gaza; In Gaza Islamic Relief continued to provide temporary employment opportunities. In this project 547 unemployed and conflict affected young men and women (almost 50% women) recently graduated from university or vocational training were temporary employed for 4-6 months. The impact of unemployment and poverty was temporarily alleviated and food security and diversity of diet improved. The participants also reported improved well-being status after the project. 439 of the beneficiarie



Granting agency
Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency
Implementing organisation
Donor country-based NGO
Aid type
C01 - Project-type interventions
Humanitarian Assistance 2011-2016


Palestinian Territory, Occupied


Emergency response
Materiel relief assistance and services


Activity length
2014 – 2018

Financial information

Paid per year (net value)
2014 USD 1 576 371
2015 USD 606 634
2016 USD 1 147 844
Total paid amount (net value)
USD 3 330 849
Total committed amount


DisbursementThe amount placed at the disposal of a recipient country or agency.
Type Description Receiver Org Transaction ID Date Value
Commitment---2014-06-01USD 3 753 521
USD 1 576 371
USD 606 634
USD 1 147 844

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Focus areas (policy markers)

Marker Principal objective Significant objective Not targeted
Gender Equality
Aid to Environment
Participatory Development/Good Governance
Trade Development
Aid Targeting the Objectives of the Convention on Biological Diversity
Aid Targeting the Objectives of the Framework Convention on Climate Change - Mitigation
Aid Targeting the Objectives of the Framework Convention on Climate Change - Adaptation
Aid Targeting the Objectives of the Convention to Combat Desertification
Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH)


Activity data from IATI