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  • Translate a report sent by OCHA organization.

    Since the 13 June, humanitarian organizations have witnessed a series of evictions and returns from Amariyat Al-
    Fallujah camp (AAF), Habbaniya Tourist City (HTC) and Bzebiz informal settlement in Anbar that have caused
    concern.1 The manner in which these evictions and returns were conducted are in direct violation of the Principled
    Returns Framework, an agreement endorsed by the Government of Iraq (GoI) and the humanitarian community to
    ensure IDP returns conform to the GoI’s obligations under domestic and international law.

    Operational actors in the camps have collectively reported that between 13-21 June, more than 300 households
    were returned from the two camps of AAF and HTC with some families blocked from return to their areas of origin,
    and having to either return to the camps or displaced elsewhere. Of 90 households one NGO was able to speak to
    who were believed to have been evicted from HTC during this time period, nearly 40% of them were unable to
    return to their homes; most of them reporting their homes were still destroyed.

    Where IDPs return to their areas of origin, the process must be safe and dignified in accordance with the
    Principled Returns Framework. Further, no returns can be considered voluntary and free of coercion when
    intimidation and detention like conditions exist in IDP camps.

    Recent Updates
    Evictions and returns in Anbar camps have slowed since the 22 June, however at the Governorate Returns
    Committee (GRC) meeting that was held in Baghdad on 25 June 2019, the representatives of the Anbar Operations
    Command (AOC) identified around 1300 families for return from the camps to their areas of origin, soon after the
    final school year exams (around the 16th of July). In this meeting, the AOC verbally agreed to provide IDP families
    with one week’s notice before conducting relocations, and to cease concerning practices used in recent weeks—
    such as cutting electricity and food supply to the camps. They did not agree to lift restrictions on movement in/out
    of the camp, and scrutiny at surrounding checkpoints.

    Ensuring that these families are provided the option of the full range of durable solutions and that some of these
    commitments by the Iraqi authorities are upheld, will require proactive engagement and advocacy from both donor
    governments and humanitarian agencies with the Iraqi authorities. Below, agencies that are operational in the
    Anbar camps have outlined key concerns and priority recommendations to be taken up with the authorities, as well
    as a comprehensive timeline of recent events.

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    Good day Arkan

    I have moved your thread to this forum (Translation review) where you can initiate discussion on its translatability. We usually ask specific questions when posting such articles for translation. Is it, for example, a training? Are you going to edit the attempts of other members who may translate it? Or, do you have specific questions or issues about this text?

    Some of the other forums (under training) are reserved for directly applicable lessons in translation under each heading given there. If you wish to contribute to those lessons, please initiate a threat under the Good to know the forum. I will review your proposal and see where to move it, accordingly.
    Last edited by Mar; 10-28-2019, 08:44 PM.

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    • #3
      Salaam.

      Honestly, I would like the colleagues here in this esteemed forum to translate the report that I have shared to benefit by translating texts related to the humanitarian field. Doubtlessly, when they provide their translations, I will benefit from them because different translations are going be provided. As you know, I am a beginner, so I would like to exchange skills with colleagues here.

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      • Mar
        Mar commented
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        In this case, you need to offer your translation so that they can offer theirs. Good luck.
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