GABB: Research Report on Psycho-Social Processes Women and Children Gone Through During and After the Curfews in Silopi and Cizre

At the periods of armed conflicts and wars women’s and children’s level of response is different. With the violation of human rightsand ruining of living spaces people devoided of accessing basic rights like healthcare, clean water, food and education.

Thus different health problems have found at the women and children. The traumas that take years appears as the reflection of reality of everlasting wars. In this base, between February 19, 2016 and April 18, 2016, with the psychologists, sociologists and social workgroups working for GABB and member municipalities, a research held at the towns Cizre and Silopi of the city Şırnak, to report psychosocial processes of the women and children at the time of curfews and aftermath. Workgroups consist of sociologists,
psychologists and the women employees of the participant municipalities. This report is written to show the level of response of women and children and human right abuses. Read in PDF

Introduction
SİLOPİ REPORT

  1. The Duration of Women Stayedat Their HomeDuring the Curfew
    1.1.Neighbourhood of Nuh
    1.2.Neighbourhood of Cudi
    1.3.Neighbourhood of Başak
    1.4.Neighbourhood of Barbaros
    2.Supplying of Primary Needs During the Curfew
    2.1. Physical Conditions
    2.2. The Conditions to Supply Heating Needs
    2.3. Hygiene Conditions
    2.4. Nutrition Needs
    2.5. Utilizing of Healthcare Services
  2. Curfew and Intensive Armed Clashes / Psychosocial State
    3.1. Statements of the Interviewed Women
    3.2. Statements of the Relatives of the Women Died During the Curfew
    3.3. Children’s Experiences During and After the Curfew According to Their Narrations
  3. Conditions of Their Houses After the Curfew According to Women’s Narrations
  4. Observations and Statements

CİZRE REPORT

  1. The Duration of Women Stayed at Their Home During the Curfew
    1.1. Neighbourhoodof Nur
    1.2.Neighbourhood of Yafes
    1.3. Neighbourhood of Sur
    1.4. Neighbourhoodof Cudi
  2. Supplying of Primary Needs at the Aftermath of Forced Migration
    2.1. Physical Conditions
    2.2.The Conditions to Supply Heating Needs
    2.3. Hygiene Conditions
    2.4. Nutrition Needs
    2.5. Utilizing of Healthcare Services
  3. Returning to Houses and Expressions after the Lift of the Curfews
  4. Curfew and Intense Armed Clashes / Psychosocial State
    4.1. Narrations of the Interviewed Women
  5. Children’s Experiences During and After the Curfew According to Narrations
  6. Observations and Statements READ IN PDF