After the liberation from ISIS, many households have been destroyed ranging between categories 2, 3 &4. Our team responded to people’s calls and prepared the needed equipment to rebuild their houses and bring them back to life.

To date, our team has rebuilt more than 400 totally destroyed houses in different areas that faced war and destruction.

In the Hamdania we rehabilitated  130 houses from different categories in 3 villages. As well as, we started to implement a new shelter project in Niniveh where we selected 285 houses totally destroyed.

 We were the first to build an L shape in Iraq in which we chose this style to make the place wider and have a comfortable space for the family members.



During winter times; people face a lot of troubles when it comes to shelter. Our team has partnered with other NGOs to distribute shelter materials SOK (wood, saw and screws) in order to help them fix the damaged parts of their houses after war.

This project targeted houses of category 1 in Tal Afar and Anbar areas where many beneficiaries gave a good feedback on it and could fix the holes they had due to the tiny destruction in the walls.

Number of Households in Shelter Projects


 In a partnership with an Italian NGO, a new project is being implemented in Erbil city.

Our agriculture engineers are training the beneficiaries to build greenhouses in the field in which the agriculture sector is getting improved and the beneficiaries can have a stable job for the future.  

80 families have benefited from this project where each 4 families will share 1 greenhouse in their area. 


  • water tanks Installation

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Many of the community water sources were destroyed during the conflict. Communal facilities have been left in a state of disrepair, while personal water tanks and plumbing systems have been splintered with shrapnel or blocked by debris. In addition to the distribution of bottled water, our teams have undertaken repairs to water tanks and wastewater systems.

With support from International NGOs, CNSF installed 100 communal water tanks throughout several communities in West Mosul. Through this project, targeted communities received more than 400,000 liters of potable water daily.

  • Sewage Network Construction

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Many areas in Mosul city are still suffering from lack of services including drainage and sewage networks. CNSF team has responded to people in Kaka’e villages after implementing shelter project and built a sewage network in the villages (Kazakan, Wardak & Majidiah).

The sewage network has an access to all the houses in the villages where people can get rid of waste water and their kids can enjoy a healthy environment.

CNSF team along with the workers after finishing the sewage network project.

CNSF team along with the workers after finishing the sewage network project.

This project in Kaka’e Villages targeted 6546 beneficiaries in the 3 villages in hopes their lives will get better and healthier for the time being and in the future.

Emergence Relief

 CNSF responded to the call of duty, when the situation was bad in Sinjar, CNSF, with a partnership with Rise Foundation, took the responsibility to help the people there, prepared 740 Emergency Relief kits and for two days they set up the distribution point and delivered the in-kind materiel to families in need.

After the distribution within few weeks CNSF provided 4 Flour Mills for the IDP’s in Sinjar and this helped over that 200 families and this last for six months.

Cash transfer

Due to the lack of livelihood means and job opportunities that people suffered from after war, many people in Iraq couldn’t afford to buy food and items for their families. CNSF has distributed cash for the beneficiaries in collaboration with International donors and NGOs. Our team has reached 1000 families around Iraq.


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With temperatures ranging from below zero in winter to above 50 degrees Celsius in summer, adequate shelter is essential for survival in a challenging climate. We provide basic repairs to family homes in Mosul, using local teams to distribute and assist with the installation of shelter kits.


Our team has distributed and installed more than 1,800 kits, providing protection from the elements and privacy for those residing or returning to their homes. In some areas, nearly all windows have been blown out and destroyed by shrapnel, bullets, or the shock-waves caused by explosions. These simple steps provide income to the laborers we employ in Mosul, while providing families with safe and dignified shelter that will better prepare them to deal with extreme temperatures and other elements.


NFI Distribution

Our team have distributed winter kits, kitchen sets and Shelter Items for 4000 families the most vulnerable Families in Mosul to protect them from the cold weather.



When the Yazidi families had to leave Sinjar, they moved to different locations, some of the families came to Erbil to the Yazidi Camp, they needed a care, attention and Education for their kids, to response this, CNSF opened a Center for Education and took care of 22 kids education as well as CNSF provided Therapeutic lessons after what they had being through.