“With 20 participants consisting of JCC staff, other government employees, civil defense members and volunteers, the team will be established in Erbil, with the plan to establish two more teams for Slemani and Duhok provinces in near future."
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.
Through the QUDRA program 27 Peshmerga (7 in 2018 and 20 in 2019) have been supported through the creation of new livelihood opportunities to support their families and overcome the psychological stress.
The meeting focused on the humanitarian needs and challenges as well as the funding issues for the displaced people, critical gaps and the humanitarian response plans for 2019 to ensure well-coordinated efforts to support the IDPs and refugees in the Region. The meeting also discussed situation in the camps and winterization needs. More details..
The purpose of the visit is to assess the current humanitarian crisis and the situation of the IDPs and refugees in Kurdistan Region. During the meetings with the governor Dr. Haval Abubaker, bot side discussed humanitarian situation in the Slemani governorate and Kurdistan Region and the needs and gaps for the IDPs and refugees as well as the activities of the LDS in the Region in terms of supporting the displaced people. More details..
The Kurdistan Region currently hosts more than 1.4 million of Internally Displaced People (IDPs) and refugees, including 30 percent of Iraq IDPs numbering (1,127,400 persons) and 97 percent of Syrian refugees numbering (283,546 persons). More details..
The meeting discussed the situation of Mosul IDPs and other areas in the Kurdistan Region in detail and also talked about the situation in the liberated areas as well as the issues and challenges in front of the return of the IDPs and finding mechanism to overcome the challenges highlighted. More details..
The UK, as a one of the main partners, has been a steady supporter of the JCC through UNDP since 2015. It has played an essential and effective role in supporting JCC and the KRG’s efforts to assist the IDPs and refugees in the Kurdistan Region. More details..
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