The Joint Crisis Coordination Centre is seeking qualified individuals to fill some vacant positions.
The flight ban has a direct effect on businesses and international investment in the Kurdistan Region.
The estimated funds required to repair the damages inflicted by the earthquake is (370 billion Iraqi Dinners) and it is around (312 Million USD).
The Joint Crisis Coordination Center organized a one day workshop with a joint ministerial technical team which consists of senior representatives of relevant ministries and departments to review and discuss the draft of an actionable plan for implementing the Strategic Plan 2017- 2020 for establishing a Crisis and Disaster Management System in Kurdistan Region of Iraq.
In coordination with NCCI , the Joint Crisis Coordination Center held the final quarterly meeting with International NGOs in the Kurdistan Region.
The Director General of the JCC and the Italian Consul General in Erbil, discussed the current humanitarian crisis and priorities for the displaced people and the people who severely affected by the earthquake hit the Kurdistan Region of Iraq on 12 November 2017. More details..
(JCC) and (OCHA) organized a joint meeting between the KRG’s relevant Ministries and the UN Clusters to discuss and consult the humanitarian priorities, gaps, needs and scenarios for the Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP2018). More details..
On 12 November 2017 an earthquake with 7.2 magnitude affected east and south of Halabja Governorate, as well as Sulaimanya, Erbil and Duhok with magnitude of 4.2. Despite of the human casualties, many houses and buildings have been damaged. More details..
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