They discussed the humanitarian situation of the newly arrived Syrian Refugees in Kurdistan Region, particularly the influx of Syrian refugees to the Region following the military operations in northern Syria and its impact and consequences on the Kurdistan Region and Iraq.
In a meeting both sides discussed the humanitarian situation in the Kurdistan Region and the developments in Northern Syria and the impact and consequences for the Kurdistan Region and Iraq.
Director General of the Joint Crisis Coordination Centre (JCC), Mr. Hoshang Mohamed, received Mr. Choi Kwang-Jin, the Consul General of the Republic of Korea at the JCC headquarters in Erbil.
The JCC has a long-term mandate and is to operate using an all-hazards approach and it is capable of operating 24/7 if needed. It can serve as a communication hub between individual governorates’ crisis response offices, ministries, departments, and the international community, as well as with the federal government in Baghdad. More details..
In the meeting both sides discussed the humanitarian situation in the Kurdistan Region and the ways of improving cooperation and collaboration between JCC and the Church of Jesus Christ further to support the Internally Displaced People (IDPs), refugees and the host communities. More details..
In the meeting both sides discussed the humanitarian situation in the Kurdistan Region and Iraq and the obstacles before the return of the IDPs to their areas of origin. They also discussed increasing cooperation and coordination between JCC and Qandil. More details..
Both sides also discussed strengthening cooperation and collaboration between the Kurdistan Region and Germany’s government agencies and institutions and deliver more humanitarian assistance to the displaced people residing in the Region. More details..
The Kurdistan Region currently hosts more than 1 million of Internally Displaced People (IDPs) and refugees, numbering (1,040,365 IDPs) and 97 percent of Syrian refugees numbering (225,955 persons) See the report in full detail in below photos. More details..
According to the Strategic plan for the reconstruction and stabilization of the Shingal district which was developed by the local administration and supported by the JCC. Shingal needs for ($ 458,433,854 USA) to bring back the district to its pre-ISIS situation. More details..
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