- Quick Access to all Mosul-related content
- Iraq Situation: UNHCR Flash Update - 17 August 2017
- OCHA: Mosul Humanitarian Response Situation Report No. 41 (27 July to 8 August 2017)
- IOM Mosul crisis: Population movements analysis (Oct 2016-Jun 2017)
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
119, ARRIVALS BY SEA IN 2017
363, 401 ARRIVALS IN 2016
UNHCR Appeals For Support To Address Refugee Resettlement Needs In Africa
The vast unmet need for refugee resettlement from Africa and the opportunities for communities to engage in the sponsorship of refugees were two of the key themes discussed when representatives of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), governments and NGOs from resettlement states and other inter-governmental bodies gathered in Geneva for the 2017 Annual Tripartite Consultations on Resettlement (ATCR).
Representation at the ATCR
Some 2,000 people arrived on the Aegean islands in June with the majority being Syrian and Iraqi. 55% of the new arrivals on the islands are women and children.
Problems persist on the islands where some asylum-seekers must remain for their asylum decisions. This results in overcrowded ‘hotspots’ and poor conditions.
Efficient coordination and delivery of certain services that affect the lives of asylum seekers during the transition period can be further improved.
226,164 Libyans currently internally displaced persons (IDPs)
267,002 returned IDPs (returns registered in 2017)
42,343 registered refugees and asylumseekers in Libya
97,381 persons arrived in Italy by sea so far in 2017
USD 75.5 M requested in 2017
838,662 Internally displaced Iraqis verified as being currently displaced from Mosul and surrounding areas since military operations to retake the city began on 17 October 2016
593,395 IDPs, returnees and members of the host community from Mosul and surrounding areas assisted by UNHCR since 17 October 2016.
271,171 Individuals (56,244 households) impacted by military operations to retake Mosul since October 2016 are currently enrolled in ASSIST, UNHCR’s assistance tracking tool
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.
So far in 2017, over 60,000 Syrian refugees in the 3RP countries have received or are receiving services related to the prevention and response to sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV). Furthermore, more than 21,000 individuals have been trained on protection including child protection and SGBV services.
During 2017, food sector partners have reached approximately 2.66 million individuals with food assistance through cash, voucher or in kind modality. 3,200 have individuals received food and agricultural livelihoods support while 7,700 individuals have been supported for improved nutritional practices.
As at the end of May, some 900,600 Syrian children across the region are enrolled in formal education in schools located in camps and host communities. Additionally, around 51,200 Syrian children are enrolled in informal education.
By the end of May, over 1 million primary health care consultations were provided, representing over 27 per cent of the 2017 overall target, and over 73,000 were referred to secondary or tertiary health care. Furthermore, 343,000 children have been immunized and 17,800 health care staff have been trained.
The basic needs sector aims to strengthen the capacities and resilience of local governance through development of simplified service delivery standards, provision of required equipment and skills development. Until May, 170,000 households have received core relief items in kind, which is just over 63 per cent of the targeted population. Approximately 294,000 households have received unconditional, sector specific or emergency cash assistance and over 203,000 households received seasonal support through cash or in kind assistance.
3RP partners’ priority regarding the Shelter Sector continues to be the provision of adequate, affordable and sustainable housing options for refugees living in host communities. For refugees in camps, 3RP partners focus on rehabilitation efforts to improve the infrastructure of the camp and upgrade shelters in order to contribute to sustainable living. During 2017, 8,892 households in camps have received assistance for shelter and shelter upgrades, while outside of camps 12,843 households received assistance for shelter and shelter upgrades.
So far in 2017, over 980,827 have benefited from access to adequate quantity of safe water through improved longerterm water systems. Approximately 290,000 people have gained access to appropriate sanitation facilities and services, and over 466,000 people have access to adequate quantity of safe water through temporary provision.
In Jordan, 45 kilometres of pipeline have been installed for the Za’atari camp water network and the foundation of two wastewater pumping stations completed. In Azraq camp, the new water network and borehole were commissioned.
Since the start of 2017, Livelihoods Partners assisted 15,495 refugees and host community members with short-term and/or long-term employment opportunities and 36,247 youth and adults in increasing their employability through job training, internships, job placement and language courses. In addition, 18,747 host community members and the refugees have participated in community based activities to promote social cohesion.
Baghdad, Iraq, 17 August 2017 - In reference to a misrepresentation by IRNA of the responses of Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General (SRSG) for Iraq, Mr. Jan Kubiš, as regards the referendum declared by the authorities of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq that was reproduced by a number of Iraqi media, UNAMI hereby provides almost verbatim the responses of the SRSG as recorded by UNAMI to the questions of a representative of IRNA during a brief interview on 16 August 2017.