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Chaldean Charity Association (CCA)

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Q1: I am a Chaldean Iraqi refugee, where and when can I register when I arrive in Lebanon?
Applies to: Chaldean Iraqis only (registered or non-registered)
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At the Chaldean Bishopric in Brazilia-Baabda, Beirut.

Monday to Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM

Tel. 05/457732

Locations: National
Q2: What do I need to register?
Applies to: Chaldean Iraqis only (registered or non-registered)
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-Birth Certificate from Iraq, Iraqi Passport and UNHCR registration certificate (if available);

-Baptism Certificate from Chaldean Parish in Iraq/Other Church Documents (marriage/death/celibacy);

-Photos.

Locations: National
Q3: What do I get when I register?
Applies to: Chaldean Iraqis only (registered or non-registered)
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-Family Card (mandatory to get any kind of assistance offered by the Chaldean Bishopric and CCA);

-Upon arrival every family receives food/sanitary/household items depending on what is available at the time of registration;

-Personal identity card from the Chaldean Bishopric.

Locations: National
Q4: Is there any possibility for CCA to find job opportunities for Iraqis?
Applies to: Chaldean Iraqis only (registered or non-registered)
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We register job demands and when we get job offers/vacancies we contact the ones that fit the job description and put them in contact with the employer.

Locations: National
Q5: Is the food package given on monthly basis and what assistance can CCA provide?
Applies to: Chaldean Iraqis only (registered or non-registered)
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No. All depends on what is available per month. A 200$ maximum relief aid per family is possible but cannot be exceeded. Food and household items, hygiene items, hygiene baby kit, etc., can be given monthly or every two months based on availability.

All services and assistance are provided to those found to be most in need and based on the financial limited resources.

Locations: National
Q6: Does CCA cover the costs of chirurgical operations and chronic medications which are very expensive?
Applies to: Chaldean Iraqis only (registered or non-registered)
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This is not always possible but we can look for external donations to help in critical cases.

We can also cover part of the costs that the patient pays (invoice is mandatory) if UNHCR/NEXtCare pay the 75%.

Locations: National