عربي

Social Impact

After years of struggle, Iraqi citizens have shown persistence to rebuild their society and revitalize their economy. CHF Vitas Iraq has been there to endorse social justice and ensure that everyone has the right to have a decent life.

 

Driven by our social mission, CHF Vitas Iraq are strongly involved in humanitarian community works across Iraq. Providing humanitarian aids to internally displaced families, supporting people with special needs to start up their own businesses and generate income, offering the education and training to entrepreneurs to help them enter the job market, supporting women empowerment, contributing to the educational sector by equipping public schools with the necessary learning materials, empowering the orphans and the deaf and mute segments in their vocational studies by supplying them with modernized learning tools and bringing hope for a brighter future.

 

Our social impact is measured by universally acclaimed indicators that contribute to the development of a community. Translating our social mission into practice and reality, since its inception CHF Vitas Iraq has impacted the lives of approximately 320,000 families and invested over $1.2 billion in loan capital in the economy of Central, Southern and Northern Iraq as of December 2019.

Vitas in Numbers

  • Number Of Jobs Created  22757
  • Number Of Jobs Sustained  9520
  • Women Served  88520
  • Number Of Improved Houses  34630
  • Youth  188716
  • Number Of Active Loans  32229
  • Number Of Disbursed Loans  410675

COMMUNITY EVENTS

community events - Distribution of food baskets to families in Kut

Distribution of food baskets to families in Kut

April 2022

CHF Vitas Iraq distributed 200 food baskets during the holy month of ramadan support to less unfortunate families with in Kut, after prior coordination with Wasit Governorate Police Command. The team planned for distributing baskets to the families in need according to a database registered with district officials in Kut neighborhood Families and authorities were thankful for the initiative taken by CHF Vitas Iraq and the continuous humanitarian work it provides.

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community events - Providing medical equipment for hospital emergencies

Providing medical equipment for hospital emergencies

March 2022

CHF Vitas Iraq always aim to support the health sector in Iraq. For that, CHF Vitas Iraq has supported several hospitals in Babel governorate, Hashimiya district and Diwaniyah Governorate by providing a number of medical wheelchairs and medical beds for hospital emergencies based on the need required for each hospital. The activity was coordinated with the general managers of health departments which appreciated CHF Vitas Iraq contribution and continuous support

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community events - Honoring Female Clients on Mother’s Day

Honoring Female Clients on Mother’s Day

March 2022

Mother is the one who gives and expects nothing in return, no matter how hard you try to do and offer her. At this special occasion, CHF Vitas Iraq has honored their female - mothers borrowers by visiting them in their project locations and offering them certificates of appreciation along with a gift. Mothers were really cheered up and expressed their gratitude for CHF Vitas Iraq for sharing with them this special day.

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community events - Warmth campaign- Musil

Warmth campaign- Musil

February 2022

Protecting displaced people from the cold was our goal to achieve in this campaign, where people in the camps will feel self-esteem, strength, and optimism because of the care of their community. CHF Vitas Iraq, in prior coordination with the Department of Non-Governmental Organizations, this coordination made it easier for us to work and move, to provide support, represented by a warmth campaign to the displaced families in the governorate of Mosul - Al-Jada camp. The support was by providing 384 blankets to face the severe cold weather in the camp. After our arrival, we developed a quick action plan to ensure that all families benefit from the support provided by our institution> Government and social figures: Mr. Raad from the Office of Migration and Displacement in the Nineveh Governorate Office, in addition to Mr. Adnan, the director of Al-Jada’a camp, the employees of the Ministry of Migration and Displacement, representatives of the Red Crescent Society present in the camp, in addition to the camp workers.

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