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11 Jun 2018 description


The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) Regional Office for the Middle East and North Africa (ROMENA) supports disaster response and preparedness activities in 20 countries by working closely with Humanitarian Coordinator’s (HC)/Resident Coordinator’s (RC) offices, OCHA Country Offices and Humanitarian Advisory Teams (HATs).

31 Aug 2011 description

This report covers the period 01 January 2011 to 30 June 2011.

In brief

Programme outcome:

To increase the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Society (IFRC) to reduce the number of deaths, injuries and the impact of disasters through the timely and adequate financial support for disaster response from the DREF.

21 Jul 2011 description

January - March 2011

Foreword from the Chief of Mission

The beginning of 2011 has seen IOM continue its role at the forefront of emergency response, community stabilization and reintegration interventions in Iraq.

To ensure the successful implementation of these initiatives, the mission has sought to continually increase its presence on the ground. IOM now has over 250 national and international staff in Iraq operating out of 3 regional hubs (Baghdad, Erbil and Basrah) and 22 satellite offices.

20 Jul 2011 description
report UN Security Council

I. Introduction

1 . In paragraph 6 of its resolution 1936 (2010), the Security Council requested the Secretary-General to report to the Council every four months on the progress made towards the fulfilment of the responsibilities of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI). The present report is the third submitted pursuant to that resolution.

30 Jun 2011 description

Foreword from the Chief of Mission

As we enter the second half of 2011 IOM has taken the lead in community stabilization while continuing its reintegration and its emergency assistance efforts within Iraq.

Maintaining awareness from its well placed and highly effective array of monitors, IOM has continuously assessed the status of fragile communities and supplied assistance according to their needs. There will continue to be particular emphasis on the most vulnerable groups in needy communities, including IDPs, returnees and female-headed households.

23 May 2011 description

CHF 165,385 has been allocated from the IFRC’s Disaster Relief Emergency Fund (DREF) to support the National Society in delivering immediate assistance to some 1000 beneficiaries. Unearmarked funds to repay DREF are encouraged.

04 May 2011 description

During the week of April 20th, several governorates in northern and central Iraq experienced heavy storms, causing severe flooding which damaged or destroyed the homes of many vulnerable families. Many of the families affected by the flooding had been living in squatter settlements in improvised shelters generally built out of mud and reeds, making them especially fragile and unable to withstand the flooding and heavy rains.

02 May 2011 description

The severe storms that occurred in Northern and Central Iraq in mid-April caused massive flooding and damaged the homes of hundreds of families. The Rawanduz District and Warte sub-district of Erbil were particularly affected on Friday, April 22, with severe rainstorms flooding a large portion of the Erbil governorate.

30 Apr 2011 description


SRSG Melkert to the UN Security Council: Iraqis have legitimate concerns that the Government needs to meet

SRSG Ad Melkert guest of Frost Over the World show

Syriac museum revives memories and hope

Protecting Iraq’s cultural heritage for future generations: First ICC plenary held in Iraq

Iraqi Youth Conference: Making youth views and voices heard

One woman’s battle with tuberculosis: Fighting off ignorance and stigma

First distributions for school feeding in Iraq

29 Apr 2011 description

Ninewa Province, Iraq - International Medical Corps was among the first humanitarian agencies delivering relief to residents of northern Iraq, where heavy rains and storms this week caused devastating flooding. Unleashing widespread damage to homes and infrastructure, the floods destroyed dozens of mud houses and inundated small towns and villages near the city of Mosul in the Sinjar region. Mosul, the center of Ninewa Province in northern Iraq, is located 250 miles northwest of Baghdad.