The workshop aimed to prepare airports personnel to handle the logistical situations in post-disasters. The five-day workshop provided training to 30 staff from Erbil and Slemani International airports and employees from relevant government agencies. The attendees jointly identified the areas that could potentially serve as key locations for disaster logistics operations in the two airports, the workshop also evaluated the airports’ capacities for processing high volumes of passengers, cargos and warehousing relief supplies.
This document, presents a detailed breakdown of a total number of 167 priority humanitarian Small Scale Projects (SMPs) for 2019. The focus is therefore on small-scale projects with the cost per project ranging from USD 28,000 to 1.2 million. The information in this document is presented in tables by governorate and sector and includes project type, location, number of beneficiaries, and costing estimation.
The crisis has pushed to the limits the capacity of the KRI education system, which was already short of schools and teachers and had overcrowded classrooms. Education facilities are overstretched, conducting triple and quadruple shifts with fewer hours of instruction for children in all shifts. It
The Dutch delegation expressed readiness for continued cooperation with the KRG and provide assistance for the vulnerable people to the host communities and IDPs and support their return to the liberated areas. More details..
The Kurdistan Regional Government and the Joint Crisis Coordination Centre have provided a conducive environment for the work of the UN agencies and international NGOs towards meeting the humanitarian needs of Iraqis. However, local resources remain stretched. More details..
The full speech of Excellency Karim Sinjari, KRG’s Minister of Interior at the high Level Joint Conference; between KRG and United Nations Humanitarian Country Team and the donor countries to launch HRP2018-KRI and 3RP2018 and discuss the humanitarian situation and the priority needs of the IDPs, Refugees and host communities in Kurdistan Region of Iraq, organized by Joint Crisis Coordination Centre (JCC), Department of Foreign Relations (DFR) and UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Erbil, 10 April 2018. More details..
A number of international partners have expressed their technical and financial support to strengthen the JCC and the implementation of its 2017-2020 strategic plan to establish crisis response system in the Kurdistan Region. More details..
The purpose of the visit is to establish cooperation between the JCC and Department of Cyclone Prepared Programme in Bangladesh to see the Bangladesh’s experience and expertise in disaster management and volunteering system and how to bring the best international expertise and practices to Kurdistan Region. More details..
The national consultant is responsible for a review of the KRI legal, political, cultural and geographic factors affecting disaster and crisis management. Moreover, the national consultant will be responsible for providing sound and accurate advice and recommendations to the team leader of the study and the other experts. More details..
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