Providing a multi-sectoral area-based humanitarian response to vulnerable populations in Ninewa governorate, Iraq

Iraq Emergencies and disaster resilience
September 2019
November 2020

This 15-month project aims at addressing the most pressing multi-sectorial needs of the conflict affected vulnerable population across Ninewa governorate, both in camps (through provision of WASH services to residents of Salamiyah 1 camp) as well as in out-of-camp areas of return/displacement where the significant pockets of vulnerability remain. The proposed activities across 4 sectors including Shelter, WASH, Economic Recovery and Market Systems (ERMS) and Humanitarian Coordination and Information Management will be implemented in the same target areas, complementing each other, to ensure that the needs of vulnerable mixed population groups are comprehensively and effectively addressed – in total reaching an estimated 32,840 individuals.

Current projects

Provision of integrated multi-sectoral response for vulnerable populations living in informal sites in Iraq

Meeting the vital needs of the displaced Syrian population in Iraq

Promote Resilience, Environmental Sustainability, Empowerement of Rural Vulnerable Areas through inclusive opportunity in Iraq

Assessment and information management support to UNHCR: IDPs and refugees residing in and out of formal camps, Iraq

Camp Coordination and Camp Management in Salamiyah camp and support to voluntary returns in Ninewa governorate

Child protection services for Syrian, non-Syrian refugees and asylum seekers from other nationalities in camps and out of camp locations, Duhok Governorate

Supporting the care and maintenance of IDP camp infrastructure in Dohuk Governorate

Emergency appeal Syria and Iraq

Meeting the vital needs of populations affected by the war in north-eastern Syria and displaced in Iraq

Providing a multi-sectoral area-based humanitarian response to vulnerable populations in Ninewa governorate, Iraq

Agriculture Value Chain and Market Assessment in Iraq

Emergency SNFI and CCCM response to vulnerable populations in Iraq

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Supporting resilience for host communities, returnees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Iraq

Support improved provision of basic social and health services through local capacity building in Lebanon and Iraqi Kurdistan

Child protection services for refugees in Iraq

Improving Communication with Refugee Communities

Improving communication with the IDP communities in Iraq

Cash Assistance for IDPs

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