- Quick Access to all Mosul-related content
- UNHCR Iraq Situation Flash Update - 28 June 2017
- WHO Special Situation Report - Mosul Crisis, Iraq - Issue No 23: 11 June to 17 June 2017
- IOM Iraq: Displacement Tracking Matrix | DTM Round 72 - May 2017 [EN/AR/KU]
Appeals & Funding
- Iraq: Mosul Flash Appeal
- 2017 Humanitarian Needs Overview
- 2017 Humanitarian Response Plan (February 2017)
- 3RP Regional Strategic Overview 2017-2018
- Regional Refugee & Resilience Plan (RRRP) 2016-2017: Iraq
- Iraq Crisis, IOM Funding Appeal 2017
- Humanitarian Action for Children 2017-2018: Syrian refugees and other affected populations in Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey
- Country-based Pooled Fund: 2016
The Emergency Tracking (ET) system is a crisis-based tool that aims at tracking sudden displacement or return movements triggered by specific crises. The ET figures reported on this portal are not cumulative of the all persons affected by the Mosul crisis thus far, rather the ET update provides only a snapshot of the current displacement situation for the indicated date. The data and information reported on this page are related solely to the displacement caused by the Mosul operations which started on 17 October 2016.
IOM Iraq DTM has been monitoring displacement and return movements to and from the city of Mosul since military operations started on 17 October 2016. The operations to retake west Mosul city started on 19 February and displacement was recorded as of 25 February.
Highlights: Displacement due to fierce fighting in west Mosul and Tel Afar continued during the reporting period, with thousands of civilians trapped in conflict areas facing extreme risks. Incidents of collective punishment and in particular forced displacements (evictions) are rapidly spreading, with the Mosul City Council announcing plans to evict and intern persons/families perceived to be affliated with extremist armed groups.
Access to safety
BAGHDAD, 29 June 2017 – “Thousands of children continue to be trapped in relentless violence in West Mosul’s Old City neighborhoods as the fighting heavily intensified over the past hours.
“Children are facing multiple threats to their lives. Those stranded in the fighting are hiding in their basements, fearful of the next onslaught. Those who try to flee, risk being shot or wounded. Hundreds of civilians have already been reported killed and used as human shields.
By Delawit Mesfin, Communications Officer, Danish Refugee Council @DRC_dk
435,216 Internally displaced Iraqis verified as being currently displaced from Mosul and surrounding areas since military operations to retake the city began on 17 October 20161
555,000 IDPs, returnees and members of the host community from Mosul and surrounding areas assisted by UNHCR since 17 October 2016.
225,900 Individuals (46,452 households) impacted by military operations to retake Mosul since October 2016 are currently enrolled in ASSIST, UNHCR’s assistance tracking tool
1,599.4 M required for 2017 - Includes USD 1,261,527,328 requested by UNHCR under the 3RP Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan in Response to the Syria Crisis 2017-2018
544.0 M contributions received, representing 34% of requirements
1,055.4 M funding gap for the Syria Situation
All figures are displayed in USD
These dashboards reflect selected aggregate achievements of 3RP regional sectoral indicators on the humanitarian and resilience responses of more than 240 partners involved in the 3RP Inter-Agency Appeal in Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey. Indicators are regionally aggregated and targets are based on full funding of the 3RP 2017 and an expected population of 4.7 million refugees by end-2017.
Social and economic insecurity continue to exacerbate protection risks for the 2.3 million Syrian refugee children hosted in the region, 48 per cent of whom remain out of school. Given these pressures, child marriage rates have more than doubled among Syrian adolescent girls since the onset of the conflict, rising from a pre-conflict baseline of 13 per cent inside Syria to over a 27 per cent at present. In key 3RP countries, 47 per cent of refugee households reportedly rely on the income generated by a child to meet basic needs.
Food Sector partners reached almost 2.4 million individuals with food assistance during April. The Food Sector regional response to the Syria crisis is currently covered through the first half of 2017, with breaks in assistance expected to start during the second half of the year.
As at the end of April, 899,263 Syrian girls and boys across the region continued to have access to formal education in schools in camp and host communities. At the same time, more than 33,000 Syrian boys and girls were enrolled in informal or nonaccredited education. Since the start of 2017 some 14,501 teachers and education personnel received incentives, while more than 1.8 million children received school supplies.
The 3RP spans a range of activities from direct interventions that ensure short-term critical needs of Syrian refugees are met, through support for primary, secondary, and tertiary health services both in camps, rural and urban settings and systematic investments that reinforce the capacity of national health systems.
The continued strategic priority for the Sector is to provide assistance to meet the ongoing basic needs of Syrian refugees, based on a multi-sectoral household profiling and identification methodology, specific to each country. The Sector continues to provide assistance to the poorest populations to ensure that they can meet their survival needs in a manner that allows choice and promotes dignity.
The Shelter Sector continues targeting the shelter needs of refugees living in camp and urban settings across the region. As outlined in the sector objectives, these projects include interventions such as targeted cash for rent for extremely vulnerable Syrian refugees and host community members, supporting the completion of unfinished housing units, the upgrade of substandard housing units in urban and rural areas, and rehabilitation of camp infrastructure and shelter upgrading in camps.
The overarching goal of the WASH Sector is to enhance more sustainable and cost-effective WASH services for Syrian refugees living in camps/settlements and having more efficient, cost-effective and equity-driven service providers in areas with a significant proportion of Syrians living in host communities.
Since the start of 2017, Livelihoods Partners assisted 6,397 refugees and host community members with short-term and/or long-term employment opportunities and 27,412 youth and adults in increasing their employability through job training, internships, job placement and language courses.
Total arrivals in Greece (Jan - June 2017): 8,975
Total arrivals in Greece during Jun 2017: 1,701
Average daily arrivals during Jun 2017: 65
Average daily arrivals during May 2017: 68
Daily estimated departures from islands to Mainland: 39
Estimated departures from islands to Mainland during June 2017: 1,172
Syria: Between 1 and 31 May, IOM provided over 7,400 displaced persons and returnees in Rural Damascus with family water kits. Moreover, IOM’s livelihood project is ongoing, targeting IDP population in four camps in Idleb with livelihood assistance and establishment of market areas.
June 18, 2017
• Iraqi Military Forces launched airstrikes on ISIS, which destroyed vehicles belong to ISIS west of Ba'aj district in Ninewa province.
• Iraqi Military Forces were able to liberate Mosul College of Medicine in Al-Shifaa neighborhood, and Civil Defense Building in Bab Al-Baeth in Mosul Al-Qadimah area on the western side of Mosul city of Ninewa province.
• ISIS executes 30 civilians in Hawiga district of Kirkuk province.