On the 28th of August, a group of American volunteers has come to the province of Duhok for a period of time, to give IDP girls psychological support through sports and teaching them the art of self-defence. At Esyan Camp they started the project for about 450 girls, in cooperation with the management of the Camp.
Hivi Center for the protection of IDP children was opened in an official ceremony at Esyan Camp on the 7th of August, 2018. Children can spend their time at the center and have fun.
On the 28th of June, several courses for improving the skills of IDPs came to an end. The courses consisted of topics on: sports, languages, media, coexistence and some other topics. Children up to the age of 18 participated in the courses, which were given at Shekhan Camp, Esyan Camp, Mamrashan Camp and Dawidiya Camp.
A French delegation visited Esyan Camp, to view the circumstances of the IDPs from close by on the 7th of June, 2018. Among the delegation was the head of the French organization MIRO. The delegation and the management spoke about the circumstances of the IDPs and after that they visited the camp itself.
A team of American doctors (volunteers) provided the sick at Esyan Camp with health services for 4 days (from 27-05 until 30-05). The doctors were specialized in diseases concerning heart & other organs, children and psychological issues.
With the purpose of beautifying the camps, a contest of who has the most beautiful garden was held among the IDPs of Esyan Camp on the 22nd of May, 2018. The contest was organized by Lemon Tree Trust, in cooperation with the management of the camp. About 750 plants and flowers were distributed for this purpose among the IDPs at the camp. The first place will receive $300, the second place $200 and the third place $100.